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  • JulianMoon
    replied to Black Dog Game Factory
    That's fascinating. I may borrow some of your ideas to use in my own version of Black Dog, if you don't mind.
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  • JulianMoon
    started a topic Black Dog Game Factory

    Black Dog Game Factory

    I don't like the way Black Dog is treated as a joke in the otherwise excellent Pentex Subsidiaries supplement. (Actually, I don't like anything in the WoD being treated as a joke, but that's just my own personal neurosis.) In my campaign, the games produced by Black Dog are basically the same (including the names) as the games White Wolf makes in the real world. The question therefore becomes, how is Black Dog getting its eerily accurate information about the World of Darkness? How do you guys use Black Dog in your games?
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  • That's beautiful, Rose. Thank you for posting that.
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  • JulianMoon
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    My personal interpretation is that Ennoia and Arikel are both female, and the Eldest was once female before transcending gender altogether. The others, including Lasombra, are male.
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  • A difference between Chronicles of Darkness and classic World of Darkness

    I've noticed that in CoD, things tend to be a lot more mysterious and left to the Storyteller's discretion, whereas in classic WoD, there a lot more secrets revealed and cut-and-dried information given (even if it is only given to the ST). This is starting to change with Dark Eras, but I think it's still true overall. What do you guys think?
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  • JulianMoon
    replied to Ventrue Antediluvian
    Interesting. I like your idea.
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  • JulianMoon
    started a topic Ventrue Antediluvian

    Ventrue Antediluvian

    I just read London by Night. It states that Mithras is the childe of the Ventrue Antediluvian, and that he was Embraced around 1200 BCE. Clearly, this means that the Ventrue Antediluvian could not have met Final Death in the nights of the Second City. Anyone agree? Disagree?


    Colleen
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  • Cavaliers of Mars/WoD crossover

    Does anyone else think it would be great to use Cavaliers of Mars as a look at the Shade Realm of Mars from Mage: the Ascension?


    Colleen
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  • Boston Unveiled, the official 1st ed. Mage: the Awakening citybook, has 72 Awakened mages in the greater Boston area, of whom about 60 are Pentacle mages.
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  • JulianMoon
    replied to The Drunk Thread
    Camilla: I love Jameson's!
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  • JulianMoon
    replied to World War II
    Very few, to the best of my knowledge. Berlin by Night has a little bit, but that sourcebook also contains Embraced cobras, the alleged return of Caine and stats for Himmler as a vampire, so you should take it with a grain of salt. Charnel Houses of Europe is excellent, but it's mostly about the Holocaust, not the actual battles of the war. I know a bit about World War II history...maybe I could help you...?
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  • JulianMoon
    started a topic Banned users

    Banned users

    I have noticed an awful lot of banned users, including people I've talked to just recently. This is not entirely a bad thing; as an
    (untransitioned) trans woman, this forum is the only safe place I have to be myself, and I am very grateful to you guys for providing it. However, this is a lot of people being banned, and I can't help but wonder who's going to be next. If someone could please respond and let me know my fears are groundless, I'd really appreciate it. Thanks.


    Colleen
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  • How interesting. My characters often compartmentalize their lives as well, so I can totally relate. On the other hand, the
    PCs I talked about above take romance
    very seriously. My female vampire once juggled six boyfriends at once before finally
    picking the one she was truly in love with.
    And my male wizard threw himself into battle with suicidal abandon when his wife was killed and nearly died before helping the other players finally defeat the Dark Pharaoh.
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  • JulianMoon
    replied to Sexuality and the Beast
    My character on the Path of Cathari loved every one of her boyfriends. Granted, she ended up hurting most of them in the end, but she still loved them.
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  • JulianMoon
    replied to Sexuality and the Beast
    Heavy Arms: Agreed. What I was actually going for in this thread was the idea that the Beast is a metaphor for sexual desire, just as the Kiss is a metaphor for sex itself.

    Aya Tari: If I ran V20, I would change that rule. Some Paths (Cathari, and arguably Lilith) have strong sexual overtones, and it seems silly that they can't enjoy sex.
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  • JulianMoon
    replied to Sexuality and the Beast
    Rumata: I won't get any more graphic on these forums, but trust me, seducing someone like that can definitely be worth the effort...
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  • I cried during the opening sequence of Watchmen, with the montage of the Minutemen set to Bob Dylan's "The Times They Are A-Changin'." Unfortunately, the rest of the movie went downhill from there.
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  • JulianMoon
    replied to Sexuality and the Beast
    Back to the topic of Paths of Enlightenment and whether they can enjoy sex. I think Kindred on the Path of Cathari definitely can. It's probably not sweet vanilla sex, but it's still sex. Kindred on the Path of Death and the Soul might have a tougher time, since it's all about repressing your feelings, and sex is definitely a feeling. Still, might be fun to try seducing someone on that Path...
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  • That sounds wonderful! That definitely counts. I mostly used to be an ST, but I did play a Toreador antitribu woman on the Path of Cathari who always had to fight the antitribu weakness to cause cruelty and pain to her numerous boyfriends (she was kind of a serial monogamist). Her romances almost
    never ended happily, but they still count.

    On the flip side, I played in a really long D&D game back in law school where I played a male half-dragon wizard (I buried my feminine side IRL back then in my quest to be a successful lawyer). Anyway, he fell in love with and eventually...
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  • JulianMoon
    replied to Sexuality and the Beast
    A) The character of Dracula most certainly IS a metaphor for sexuality, specifically the archetype of the Demon Lover (also called the G***y Lover in some ballads, and B) I think you're being sarcastic, but if you're not, that sounds really racist.
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