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  • As an aside, there's Balthazar "Sheriff" out there to give Juggler something of a glimpse of what he ought to gain/lose by selling out to Lodin. Some people around in Chicago or Gary might even point that out.

    And speaking of street and biker gang connections, what about the Wolf Pack? If memory tricks me not, they were described as quite divided on sides to pick during the Council Wars, at least until Inyanga told them to stay out of it. They - or their loss - could certainly be a major factor in the balance of power for either of the factions at play between the two...
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  • Lucian: some extra things of possible interest or use in relation to him would like to point out.

    - While the centuries certainly might have played a role, Lucian's stats seem to portray someone closer to patrician officer than mere soldier. And still quite fascinated with the military world to a degree if his level in firearms (rifles) and linguistics specialty serve as indicators (as an aside, now i have this image of him as something of a gun nut, with a extensive collection of weapons he has used through many eras, along with a library of magazines on the subject that would make...
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  • Question, what exactly bothers you with Lucien? Must admit i always found him a weird but useful fit to have, a methuselah that is not crazy overpowered and vague enough for a ST to make up whatever agenda one feels like to him. In my own games he was something of a "shadow member" of Chicago's primogen, messing things here & there occasionally based to a bunch of grudges and messing things in attempts to better watch the hidden hands playing with the kindred of both cities. One might say he was a sort of 3rd methuselah at play in my own take of the area's Jyhad.

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  • The Malkavians as a group are more disruptive than anti-establishment, imho. Not to mention that speaking of the Malkavians in such overarching terms might be imprudent, considering how individualistic some may be due to the combination of their derangements and the clan's particular culture can be.
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  • Well, overall my difficulty with the subject is more on the "why the heck would someone do it" than caring about mechanics. Motives are key as they are what moves characters and plot. Some interesting ones were given, but overall i don't really see many contemporary groups larger than some fringe cabal even connsidering such a thing.

    Though as some have said, a way out of any demoinc/spirit pacts could be a major draw to groups of Nephandi (who are anything but a tradition), Wu-Keng, or groups of Dreamspeakers or Verbena (that already have a thing for blood in their magic),...
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