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  • #91
    that's true. I don't know the rules on that, so I don't know if he could just dream-travel to get the stuff


    A god is just a monster you kneel to. - ArcaneArts, Quoting "Fall of Gods"

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    • #92
      i'm not saying goblin fruit is not a viable option. I know a bunch of characters that do it like that


      A god is just a monster you kneel to. - ArcaneArts, Quoting "Fall of Gods"

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      • #93
        Originally posted by Master Aquatosic View Post
        that's true. I don't know the rules on that, so I don't know if he could just dream-travel to get the stuff

        Dream Traveling is a viable option for him. He's definitely patient and methodical enough to work through the process, and doesn't mind spending time in the Hedge. However, he is renowned craftsman of rather intricate weapons, and has been known to work with meteoric iron (cold iron) should the customer provide.So buying from the Goblin Market on the Freehold's doorstep is also a viable option.
        Last edited by thatxygirl; 01-23-2017, 05:04 PM.

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        • #94
          And now, because we can never get enough of THOSE characters:

          Marilyn Heartless, The Whore
          Ogre Dearheart/Leechfinger of the Nostalgia Court
          Mask/Mien: Addict/Manipulator

          Description
          There is not much to see of Marilyn beneath the layers of kudzu and bark that cloak her vaguely feminine form. Her right hand is badly crippled, which she compensates with numerous whipping vines that flawlessly execute her every whim. Some say they have seen deep blue eyes beneath the layers of deadly weeds. They are the unlucky ones.

          Background
          Fertility and children seldom come easy to the Lost, and when achieved, it comes at great cost. Marilyn is the youngest of a bloodline cursed by the wants of her elders, though she doubts she shall be the last. The Fertility of this Changeling bloodline expects innocence as payment, and its daughters are inevitably kidnapped on the eve of their 14th year. Some escape, others have their bloodline carried on by their fetches, who have also gained the boon of this great curse.

          Personality
          Marilyn Heartless hides behind every distraction she can lay her hands on, whether drugs, changelings or mortals. She is known in the Freehold as the foremost authority of the "Tweeker Hollow," a hotbed of illicit magical substances and information. She additionally uses her abilities to seek employment at the various vice shops of the local Goblin Market, and the occasional mortal equivalent. And for all her outward signs of struggle and anguish, few Freeholders can match her knowledge of the emotional strengths and weaknesses of her fellow changelings.

          Can elaborate more on this later if need be, gotta run.

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          • #95
            Originally posted by thatxygirl View Post
            And now, because we can never get enough of THOSE characters:

            Marilyn Heartless, The Whore
            Ogre Dearheart/Leechfinger of the Nostalgia Court
            Mask/Mien: Addict/Manipulator

            Description
            There is not much to see of Marilyn beneath the layers of kudzu and bark that cloak her vaguely feminine form. Her right hand is badly crippled, which she compensates with numerous whipping vines that flawlessly execute her every whim. Some say they have seen deep blue eyes beneath the layers of deadly weeds. They are the unlucky ones.

            Background
            Fertility and children seldom come easy to the Lost, and when achieved, it comes at great cost. Marilyn is the youngest of a bloodline cursed by the wants of her elders, though she doubts she shall be the last. The Fertility of this Changeling bloodline expects innocence as payment, and its daughters are inevitably kidnapped on the eve of their 14th year. Some escape, others have their bloodline carried on by their fetches, who have also gained the boon of this great curse.

            Personality
            Marilyn Heartless hides behind every distraction she can lay her hands on, whether drugs, changelings or mortals. She is known in the Freehold as the foremost authority of the "Tweeker Hollow," a hotbed of illicit magical substances and information. She additionally uses her abilities to seek employment at the various vice shops of the local Goblin Market, and the occasional mortal equivalent. And for all her outward signs of struggle and anguish, few Freeholders can match her knowledge of the emotional strengths and weaknesses of her fellow changelings.

            Can elaborate more on this later if need be, gotta run.
            Seems, cool but I'm going to have to look up Kudzu.

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            • #96
              "Kudzu is a group of plants in the genus Pueraria, in the pea family Fabaceae, subfamily Faboideae. They are climbing, coiling, and trailing perennial vines native to much of eastern Asia, Southeast Asia, and some Pacific islands. Wikipedia"

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              • #97
                Originally posted by Omegaphallic View Post
                "Kudzu is a group of plants in the genus Pueraria, in the pea family Fabaceae, subfamily Faboideae. They are climbing, coiling, and trailing perennial vines native to much of eastern Asia, Southeast Asia, and some Pacific islands. Wikipedia"
                And they are invasive bastards that'll kill any plant gunning for its sunlight.

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                • #98
                  I don't have changeling myself but what if I shared one I made using dread powers from HtV?

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                  • #99
                    Originally posted by Lord Jub-Jub View Post
                    I don't have changeling myself but what if I shared one I made using dread powers from HtV?
                    I'd be interested to see how it came out, but maybe post it in Hunter forum?


                    A god is just a monster you kneel to. - ArcaneArts, Quoting "Fall of Gods"

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                    • Spartacus: that is not his name, but it is what the Freehold has taken to calling the Bloodbrute who lead an entire motley of Changelings to freedom from the depths of Arcadia. Since then, they have rallied around him as though he were their messiah. They trust him, they believe in him and they look to him for leadership in a time of chaotic emotion and uncertain futures. Enraged by the torments he suffered at the hands of the Gentry, this Spartacus is not content with merely liberating himself, but plans to free as many slaves as he is capable of during his life time. Among all within the Freehold, he is the one most willing to conduct forays back into Arcadia, undertaking rescue missions to free more Changelings and add to the Freehold's manpower and resources. Occasionally, he frees a slave who feels as strongly as he does about their mistreatment, and they join his motley to help liberate others!

                      Kith: Bloodbrute

                      Seeming: Fairest

                      Mien: A Roman gladiator dressed in light armor forged of bronze and leather. His eyes carry the thousand yard stare of somebody who's seen more combat in a year than most people see in their life time. His hair is dark and wavy and his flesh carries the scars of slavery, including his master's signature brand.

                      Mask: A scruffy and rugged man of European descent who's ragged army fatigues and tendency to move around a lot suggest he is a homeless war veteran. His war wounds look worse than they actually are, which earns him no small amount of sympathy and respect from others who honor him for his sacrifice.

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                      • Jamie Walker: If someone from their freehold was asked by someone to describe the essence of an Elemental, they'd probably just point the questioner at Ol' Jamie. The person who would become the Walker was taken by a Keeper named The Endless, Punishing Wastes for the "crime" of self-centeredness. Dropped alone into an ever-shifting wasteland of the worst that the elements could throw at you, he spent centuries walking endlessly, trying to keep one step ahead of the ever-changing storm that forced him to move on. It was over that time that he was able to reflect on the interconnectedness of all parts of the world and learn his lesson in ways the Wastes never imagined. Forging deals with the very elements that tormented him, he gave up weak flesh and let go of ego, focusing only on his desire to see his family once again and apologize. It was then that they became Jamie Walker. It was a shock to realize how little was left of their communion when they finally returned Ironside. But having survived the worst, there is nothing that can faze them now.

                        Kith: Farwalker/Earthbones

                        Seeming: Elemental

                        Mien: You'd have to look closely to really pick out anything human beyond basic shape with them. Their body is a solid mass of stone, with water constantly streaming out of their eye sockets. Paradoxically, they are also always surrounded by a (usually) illusory aura of flames and, also paradoxically, very real cold winds.

                        Mask: Gorgeous and intimidating would probably be the first words used to describe them. They look powerfully built; tall, durable and stocky, while still managing the delicate balancing act of androgyny that fits their gender identity. Each of the elements in their Mien is hinted at in their face. Their eyes are a deep blue that draws you in if you look too long. Their skin is as dark as fresh, loamy soil. Their wild hair that seems to move a little constantly is a bright flame-red that most assume is dyed. Oh, and their skin seems to have poor circulation.


                        A god is just a monster you kneel to. - ArcaneArts, Quoting "Fall of Gods"

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                        • Pitdog: A text book example of a 90's action hero, Pitdog cares more for actions than words. When he does speak, it is often done so in the form of cool one liners and angry criticism. He serves the Summer Court as their attack dog; they give him a target and he goes to work. Anybody who stands in the way of getting from point A to point B is going to have a bad day, while anybody who stands at the end of point B isn't going to have too many days left to worry about.

                          His Keeper used him as a guided weapon, shackled him with magic chains and caged him up until he had need of him. At which point, his Ifrit slave was set loose to destroy his Keeper's foes, only to be dragged back to his cage once more to wait for his next assignment. But over time, his rage grew and the chains began to grow weak from the attempts to contain Pitdog's bestial ferocity. The last time he was let out of his cage, the chains snapped and the Ifrit ran wild, destroying part of his Keeper's own property before digging his way under the security fence and back to freedom!

                          Kith: Ifrit

                          Seeming: Beast

                          Mien: An anthropomorphic dog with features similar to that of a doberman. The black parts of his fur are the color of ebony while the brown parts (as well as his eyes) are the vibrant red of searing hot metal. When he opens his mouth, one can see that his body glows orange with internal flames, with specks of embers being carried upon his breath. His neck is fastened with a thick metal collar from which dangles a broken, three link chain. Truly, he fits the image of a hound escaped from the pits of hell!

                          Mask: An ex-military operative who is prone to leaving his upper body exposed whenever possible; allegedly because "it's too hot in here" for him. If he's not going topless, he's wearing sleeveless muscle shirts. The cargo pants and combat boots speak of a man who's either ready for a fight, or just trying to look tough in front of others. His skin is deep tanned from constant exposure to the sun and his eyes are bright green. His body is in good physical condition with strong muscle tone indicating regular strength training. His black hair is shaved into a buzz cut and his default expressions are ones of disgruntlement.
                          Last edited by Nyrufa; 07-23-2017, 08:57 AM.

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