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  • #16
    Originally posted by Wilson View Post

    In the wilderness, where everything is gritty and they don't have electrical sockets, it would be more practical to keep a book or handwritten notes than rely on a smartphone app. Also cell phones are sooo apey-weavery, and they're going to get you picked on, especially by the lupus. On the other hand, those scenes with "Bitchy the Glasswalker Noob" could be entertaining for the whole table!

    If your a kinfolk with a dayjob in town who comes out to the sept every month or two to do chores you probaly have power, though the "Get picked on by lupus" thing... got to hand it to you there.

    Thoughts on Dictionary Comparsion?


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    • #17
      Originally posted by Wilson View Post

      I see what you did there.
      #snerk# That was totally unintentional, believe it or not.

      But seriously, I would leap at the chance to play what is essentially Rarity from MLP as a Glasswalker fashionista.

      "Please,darling, it's called Glamping. And it simply cannot be done without proper climate control."


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      Voltaire, "Tolerance" (1764)

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      • #18
        oh ideas on how to make Toys Safe for a Metis Cub?

        So he wont accidently break them?

        Oh? what kinds of tents do you want if your living in it long term?

        You might want a cabin, to be fair.


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        • #19
          Originally posted by Prince of the Night View Post
          oh ideas on how to make Toys Safe for a Metis Cub?

          So he wont accidently break them?
          In some cases you'll need to take his metis deformity into account. If you're in the wilderness, deer and elk antlers make good, durable chew toys, and would probably be good for when he's teething. Metis cubs, just like human children, will probably make up games and create toys out of whatever is in their environment, so you may not have to provide much artificial stuff in the first place. If you want to give him a teddy bear, he'll just have to learn from experience that chewing and clawing it will destroy it.

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          • #20
            Thanks for Info.

            Most septs probaly have a few buildings somewhere, officially part of a park, preserve, or whatever.
            Last edited by Prince of the Night; 07-10-2018, 08:37 PM.


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