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  • Book reference for the need of the Changing Breed animal part.

    I remember that I saw this in some book but I can not remember which one. It's said that without the animal part the changing breed go extinct eventually, like what happened to the Bunyip and Apis. Can someone help me?

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    All I remember is a sidebar in the Bastet chapter of Changing Breeds. It talks about how the Ceilican could have survived despite their animal kinfolk being extinct. It doesn't really go into detail. There's also some other information about the lost breeds, in their respective chapters.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by TheVarulfen View Post
      All I remember is a sidebar in the Bastet chapter of Changing Breeds. It talks about how the Ceilican could have survived despite their animal kinfolk being extinct. It doesn't really go into detail. There's also some other information about the lost breeds, in their respective chapters.
      Yeah, the "Extinction and the Cunning Cat" sidebar on p.78 of CB20. In the first paragraph, it specifically states "All Changing Breeds die out when their animal Kinfolk become extinct." But then it states that that may not exactly be a hard and fast rule and then offers a few possible explanations on how the Ceilican could have survived without their feline Kin.



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      • #4
        Originally posted by Fenixpp View Post
        I remember that I saw this in some book but I can not remember which one. It's said that without the animal part the changing breed go extinct eventually, like what happened to the Bunyip and Apis. Can someone help me?
        I remember talk of this, maybe in the Changing Breed 20 Book. I think the idea is they will go extinct without them not they all lose their spirit after the last one dies, and more it’s really bad for them to rely off of only homids and they need to find a replacement animal kin to help keep balance.

        Remember the Bubasti are without feline kin right now, but secretly the last khepher cats are bloated Ghouls of the Followers of Set, but eww who wants to breed with that!

        In fact now I want to make a Sorcerer Scientist who wants to research a suitable replacement for the Bubasti tribes feline kin!


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        • #5
          Originally posted by Eldagusto View Post

          I remember talk of this, maybe in the Changing Breed 20 Book. I think the idea is they will go extinct without them not they all lose their spirit after the last one dies, and more it’s really bad for them to rely off of only homids and they need to find a replacement animal kin to help keep balance.

          Remember the Bubasti are without feline kin right now, but secretly the last khepher cats are bloated Ghouls of the Followers of Set, but eww who wants to breed with that!

          In fact now I want to make a Sorcerer Scientist who wants to research a suitable replacement for the Bubasti tribes feline kin!
          I am honestly not sure what "khepher cats" are since... the related wild species to what was kept in temples are still alive.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Lian View Post

            I am honestly not sure what "khepher cats" are since... the related wild species to what was kept in temples are still alive.

            Khepher Cats were made up whole cloth, in essence they're basically smooth coated black servals with longer pointier ears.

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              I think the idea is they have mystical significance.


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              • #8
                Originally posted by Eldagusto View Post
                I think the idea is they have mystical significance.


                but the point is they are fictional.

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                • #9
                  ...yes I know they are fictional, I pointing out there importance is a spiritual concern. For one if they breed with something else, it also promotes the curse that dooms the last generation of Bubasti as the first generation to leave Egypt Bubastiless. And how Ajaba haven’t bred with Hyenaes outside of the African ones.


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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Eldagusto View Post
                    ...yes I know they are fictional, I pointing out there importance is a spiritual concern. For one if they breed with something else, it also promotes the curse that dooms the last generation of Bubasti as the first generation to leave Egypt Bubastiless. And how Ajaba haven’t bred with Hyenaes outside of the African ones.

                    Yes Ajaba have, and there are cats stil native to Egypt.

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