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  • #76
    Originally posted by Charlaquin View Post
    I’m not familiar with that series, so I couldn’t say. But I’d assume as long as he’s explicitly gay and has some dimensionality, it’s probably a decent example.
    He's the Chief first, determined to make sure everyone does their job, and wants to catch the criminals. The first you know about him being Gay is that he mentions it in a conversation. Well Mentions his Boyfriend brought him Lunch.. and that's it to introduce that fact. It's understated and not majorly "Important" at that point, but slowly becomes abit more for the character as the show goes on. It felt right, not forced or rushed. Atleast to me personally.

    Anywho, thanks for understanding.


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    • #77
      Charlaquin Ah, it’s indeed difficult, achieving that sweet spot of writing Still thanks for the input - it helps a lot.


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      • #78
        I know it's a Beast but idea can be cool - male Inguma Tempter who seduces priests to sex with him, and breaking their vows of chastity, with bonus points for engaging in same sex physical actions.
        Last edited by wyrdhamster; 05-11-2018, 03:42 PM.


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        • #79
          Demons run all across the spectrum and then some - a Demon can be heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, omnisexual or even asexual, simply by nature of their Cover and how they interact with said Cover. A Demon may not be attracted to humans but keep up the sexuality of their Covers simply for Covers sake. A Demon may simply be themselves in their first Cover, as if it is just them, including an attraction to said gender or lack thereof no matter what their Cover is supposed to be into. Heck, a Demon couple may be in love with one another no matter what Cover each other is inhabiting. It's the beauty of a game where you're roleplaying someone who is actively roleplaying as someone else, and one reason I love playing it.

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          • #80
            Demon isn't a favored game of mine, but I have been using the term 'androsexual' for a demon who is attracted to males, regardless of their current cover's gender identity, as of late.


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            • #81
              Originally posted by wyrdhamster View Post
              I know it's a Beast but idea can be cool - male Inguma Tempter who seduces priests to sex with him, and breaking their vows of chastity, with bonus points for engaging in same sex physical actions.
              I think many of us had this idea when seeing the Hunger for Temptation. Although mine is more "make closeted gay men admit they are gay." Not necesserarily in public but that they identify as gay or bi afterwards.

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              • #82
                Yes, Tempters are ultimate enemies of hypocritical priests, 'family mans' and politicians!


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                • #83
                  Originally posted by 21C Hermit View Post
                  And no, the New Dawn isn’t abandoning who you are to fit in with the majority; that’s being stuck in Aurum.
                  In Promethean, the world isn't telling your character they should be human, it's telling them that they shouldn't be at all. The Pilgrimmage is on one level an extended insistence that yes they should - along with, ultimately, saying "This is who I am, because I am real." and having the world blink first - sure they can fail, but success and failure is not dependent on any kind of accountability to the majority around them.

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