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  • Reasor
    replied to Famous in the WoD
    It's canon that El Diablo Verde has merchandising and a fandom that acts as his herd.
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  • I want to one day see a Followers of Historically Accurate Set bloodline.
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  • The Nagaraja have losing the plot built into their clan history, and I love them for it. Charged with protecting Enoch from the Setites by the mummy Inauhaten, made undead by experiments on stolen Setite vitae (hence the clan name, I think)... then the rest of their history is about getting wrapped up in every other damn intrigue in the world, and fighting the Setites ends up not being what they're known for *at all.*

    While I get the appeal of Gargoyles - it was a good cartoon - the bloodline really clearly does date back to a time before every person in the world had a cell phone...
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  • This seems like a really fun form of homebrew to try, and I've been toying with the notion of seven clans that reflect the seven houses of the Fallen, drawing inspiration from Buffy the Vampire Slayer's notion of vamps as demon-possessed to smoosh the two splats together.

    I'll give it some more thought and post my ideas. This thread is terrific.
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  • I never have, but it may be that I'm just not old school enough. I've always seen them as something created for Chicago By Night, but superseded by cults and sects whose clearer histories, methods, and goals made them more interesting to me by the time I got into the game.
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  • One of my favorite takes on the vampire, for its novelty, comes from the Buffy the Vampire series. More focused on fighting demons than vampires, the show had it as canon that the curse of the vampire is a demonic possession of the soulless corpse. The notion makes the similarities between vampiric disciplines and Fallen lores make sense...
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  • Reasor
    replied to A Space Opera Book!
    Vampires shun space travel, as Uranus is famously infested with werewolves.

    (Backs away and out the door)
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  • Consciously, willfully continuing the cycle of abuse has been integral to the Path of Lilith since its first appearance in 1994's "Dirty Secrets of the Black Hand," with "Failing to dispense pain and anguish" a rating 2 sin. ("Be a teacher, torturer and lover to any who seek enlightenment.") These people are dangerous basket cases dressed in red flags.

    Recasting the Cult of Isis as secretly being Bahari sounds like the kind of plot swerve that's meant to be a major moment in a chronicle featuring either cult or both - lifting the Bahari up in the process,...
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