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  • #16
    Originally posted by wyrdhamster View Post
    How would you represent those in Sacred Hunt benefits? 'Anything of terresertial origin or with Influance: Space'? Moon-Banished would be obvious Prey, what else?
    It would primarily be about invaders. Idigam would be on their list but more likely the void things idigam can summon from outer space. There are other rituals, scattered around games, that do the same. Things that are not from Earth and yet are making a home there. So aliens, too.

    A blessing to identify targets place of origin would be nice, but rather simplistic. Sensing their spoor would probably be better, getting you started on the hunt.

    Maybe more like 'watching stars, each night'? NASA workers do not seem to sleep in nights.
    Yes. Though for wolves outside of NASA, the political wolves who help them keep funding and those that do some of the more traditional werewolf-work, skylights in the bedroom or sleeping outside would fit.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by nofather View Post
      Yes. Though for wolves outside of NASA, the political wolves who help them keep funding and those that do some of the more traditional werewolf-work, skylights in the bedroom or sleeping outside would fit.
      BUT Ban of 'must sleep under stars' do not seem as Ban to NASA ( and alike ) working wolves...


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      • #18
        Originally posted by wyrdhamster View Post
        BUT Ban of 'must sleep under stars' do not seem as Ban to NASA ( and alike ) working wolves...
        It means they have to sleep outside or on roofs. Under stars, as in nothing physical between them and stars. Potentially a glass skylight.

        It's harder for a group of professionals to maintain sleeping habits like that.

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