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    Pointed by nofather we do not have general topic for guesses of what character in fictional media - games, movies, books - would be great examples for particular Tribe. Here is my pointings...

    Vinland Saga - Prince Canute, after 'awakening' - Storm Lords

    He is ready to endure everything to bring paradise to all people - and he clear is not Ivory Claw. From my understanding, main difference between Storm Lords and Ivory Claws is what they do and for what they lead other Uratha is crucial. Storm Lords wants to be worthy of mantel of Urfarah in future, after enduring crucibles. Ivory Claws say they are already worthy and their linage is simply sacred just by being from Pangea.

    Storm Lords wants to earn, Ivory Claws think they already have it. Prince Canute seems to me as first example, as he wants to show the world his worth.

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    And my old post about characters from Vikings TV series first season...

    Vikings - Season 1

    Ragnar Lothbrok
    Auspice: Elodoth
    Tribe: Iron Masters
    Starting as low peasant fighting in the summer for his Jarl, Ragnar wonders to explore and conquer, looking all the time for ideas and inventions other made. He want to change his society, almost ‘hunting’ the change – so he looks like adaptive Iron Master. On the other hand, nowhere he truly is – when being free man, he wants to rule. When ruling, he wants to battle and explore. He never truly just ‘is’ – and always feeling that something he is missing – so this sounds very much as other Half Moons.

    Rollo
    Auspice: Rahu
    Tribe: Blood Talons ( on start of series ), probably Ghost Wolf now
    Rollo is really simple minded – his life is to fight and resolve conflicts. He has no need for family or land – or at least what he thinks that is. He seeks simple solutions ( from Rahu sides and Purity ) contrasted with seeking Glory for himself ( coming from Blood Talons ).

    Earl Haraldson
    Auspice: Elodoth
    Tribe: Storm Lords
    Earl is Jarl of Ragnar and Rollo. He is known to upholding traditions, but also trying to make just law rulings, trying to maneuver Law as many Elodoths wants. However, he is also about not showing any weakness – pointing him clearly in the Strom Lords Tribe. When Ragnar is showing weakness in his rule by not going with adaptability, Earl choose Ragnar as his personal Prey.

    Floki
    Auspice: Ithaeur
    Tribe: Iron Masters
    Floki is a boat builder and incorrigible trickster, who also happens to be Ragnar Lothbrok's eccentric and closest friend – and sharing the Tribe with him. Committed to helping Ragnar sail west, he secretly designs and builds a new generation of Viking longboats for their voyage across the ocean westward, preparing new vessels for transport, as well as for material extensions of Totems for packs. Interesting is his view on Christanity – when Ragnar tries to understand it and even embrace it, like many Children of Red Wolf would do – Floki stays with Old Gods, leaving his cult and dedication to real to him powers. As Uratha, he certainly would try to find Aesir in Shadow Realm, I think.


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    • #3
      Oh, why the hell not.

      Gryffindor: Hunters in Darkness
      Hufflepuff: Storm Lords
      Slytherin: Blood Talons
      Ravenclaw: Bone Shadows


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      • #4
        Originally posted by Errol216 View Post
        Oh, why the hell not.

        Gryffindor: Hunters in Darkness
        Hufflepuff: Storm Lords
        Slytherin: Blood Talons
        Ravenclaw: Bone Shadows

        I don't know much about Harry Potter, do you think Slytherin might be better as Ivory Claws? I was under the assumption they were all pretty big on purity.

        I was trying a softball myself with DC's 'Big Three' (from the comics, not other media) before I got stuck. Wonder Woman seems pretty straightforward Storm Lord, especially with a focus on the pack and herd. Batman seems like a Blood Talon at first, but he's willing to offer surrender pretty easily and his dedication to the city (Gotham has appeared as a spirit and is in tune with him) as well as the herd makes me think Iron Master. Superman's also about strength and nobility, and might have fit as a Storm Lord, he's certainly oversees everyone like them, but he's open about letting others tend to his weakness. So he could be a flawed one. Perhaps a Hunter in Darkness, whose view is that every life is sacred, and thus cannot be violated in his rather expansive territory.
        Last edited by nofather; 12-06-2019, 03:05 AM.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by nofather View Post
          I don't know much about Harry Potter, do you think Slytherin might be better as Ivory Claws? I was under the assumption they were all pretty big on purity.
          Depends on if you wanted one house to be Pure vs the rest Forsaken. Or if you wanted to go with the series’ redemption theme, which would make Ivory Claws challenging. The blood purity is also only one of their aspects (the one that the villains fixated) anyhow. It doesn’t have to be what defines the house.

          For my part (cause I’ve thought about this), I define the Houses each by a pair of Renown, so you can get into the House by Tribe or Auspice. Looks something like this:

          Gryffindor - Honour, Glory (Cahalith/Elodoth, Blood Talons/Storm Lords)
          Ravenclaw - Cunning, Wisdom (Irraka/Ithaeur, Bone Shadows/Iron Masters)
          Hufflepuff - Honour, Wisdom (Elodoth/Ithaeur, Bone Shadows/Storm Lords)
          Slytherin - Purity, Cunning (Irraka/Rahu, Hunters in Darkness/Iron Masters)

          Also, good call on Hunter!Supes.

          I’m sure I have other crossover notes somewhere, but got to dig them up at some time that’s not midnight.
          Last edited by Second Chances; 12-06-2019, 04:38 PM.


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