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    We had spoiled in Monday Meeting notes this intriguing image with mysterious signature 'Amirani for Dark Eras Companion by Vince Locke' - quick Wikiepedia search point to Georgian epic, resembling tale of Prometheus. Is this our lost Linage of Prophets connected to Fire?



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  • #2
    well, the art does seem to be Promethean style, and he does bleed from his eyes, and we do have the Black Death Era in which the Prophets should still be around, so it does make sense.


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    • #3
      Yeah, the lost "fire" Lineage of Prometheans would be my guess, too. That's super cool.



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      • #4
        Originally posted by Yossarian View Post
        Yeah, the lost "fire" Lineage of Prometheans would be my guess, too. That's super cool.
        Confirmed by the Black-Hatted One in the Monday Meeting comments.


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        • #5
          What about the Astraea that was teased in another Monday Meeting?

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          • #6
            ammmm well, the art's style feels very "Forsaken", but I'm not sure. I don't remember the whole list of Dark Eras, so I'm not sure which Era could it be..

            on the other hand, it could be Black Death's vampires
            Last edited by LostLight; 02-13-2017, 02:17 PM.


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            • #7
              It doesn't look like it would fit for Forsaken by Rome. Fashion does seem a bit more Black Death-y.

              The girl's got nice curves, I like this artist.

              The other Dark Eras are, thank you Victor J Kinzer:

              Second Sight: Age of Spiritualism
              Demon: Russian Revolution
              Mummy: Cleopatran Egypt
              Promethean: Year Without a Summer
              Geist: Roanoke
              Werewolf: Forsaken by Rome
              Mage: Mutapan Empire (backer resurrected era)
              Promethean: Black Death (backer resurrected era)
              Promethean: 30 Years War (backer suggested era)

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              • #8
                Could be a Bloodline! Remember that the Black Death is Vampire crossover.


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                • #9
                  Apparently the name was more popular later in time, and during ancient Greece but it looks like it might be a 30 Years War image. Considering that time is Promethean they might be another lineage.

                  The fashion fits better there too.

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                  • #10
                    Yeah. Looks medieval or even elizabethan. If Vampire, it's probably Black Death. But might be 30 years war.

                    From Wikipedia: During the European Renaissance, Astraea became associated with the general spirit of renewal of culture occurring at that time, particularly in England, where she became poetically identified in literature[5] with the figure of Queen Elizabeth I as the virgin Queen reigning over a new Golden Age.

                    Astraea is also the goddess of innocence and purity.

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