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  • It occurs to me that a Wild West book would be a cool place to include several Native pantheons.
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  • I do not remember seeing this in any Werewolf book ever....
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  • Feel free. I mostly adapted it from Geist's set up mixed with some of the original Legions and stuff from Orpheus.. My general idea was that when the people who end up as Wraiths (which isn't everyone - the long running adage of the underworld is that you weren't good enough for Heaven but not bad enough for Hell) all start as mindless drones until their memories of life return, giving them Passions and identity (something that can be anywhere from near instant to decades later), and one's Legion marks and identifications show up, with their Arcanos affinities tied to the nature of death, and...
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  • Cool. Thanks.

    I'd love to see Ayizan, the Loa of the marketplace and commerce, because gods and goddesses of business are always fun. Her husband, Loco, the Loa of healers and plants, is also a potentially fun one.

    If the Numina get their own thing, Laverna, the goddess of thieves, cheats and the underworld would be potentially cool.
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  • I meant in the sense of hard solids - in the case of Europe, East Asia and Africa, materials that they apparently use in the making of powerful Relics (Soulsteal, True Jade, etc). 'Thou the idea of the Indian underworld having an entire art and industry built around the creation of Relic incense, camphor, resins and other scent and fire oriented items sounds potentially interesting....
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  • Which pantheons are supposed to be in the forthcoming books?
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  • I'd considered that, but all of the others seemed to be material things like Iron, Jade, Ivory, Flint, Obsidian, Gold, Clay, Sand, etc. (I've taken to referring to the Polynesian regions as the Dark Kingdoms of Coral for similar reasons.)
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  • Dark Kingdom of Diamond? Apparently India is where they were first mined/discovered, and were used in the making of religious sculptures, treatment of illness and protection from harm, among other things. (From my admittedly limited understanding, the ancient Hindus classified them as eight different types by color, which may mean that in the underworld they have different mystical properties.)
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  • CRIME SCENE CLEAN UP/BIOHAZARD REMEDIATION (An addendum to Ardus)

    Ardus handles waste disposal, and that may or may not include the specialized realm of cleaning up after dead bodies. Ardus may have a subsidiary that handles this sort of thing, or there could be a completely separate PENTEX company which specializes in the trade. Either way, in addition to cleaning up after crime scenes where blood and/or other bodily fluids/materials are left behind, these companies also handle things like industrial accidents (of which I'm sure PENTEX has quite a bit), infectious diseases (repeat...
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  • I long ago paired my Legions down to five + one, partially to try to give them more depth but also for other reasons, one of which being I share your dislike of singling out mental illness, especially in what was always kind of a vague way.

    The Ashen Legion, the Ravaged, those reaped by the White Horseman of Pestilence, having died of Disease and Sickness, many holding a passion to heal others - including society and even reality itself - in ways they could not be healed in life. They have a natural affinity for the workings of Pandemonium, the outward expression of sickness and...
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  • I came up with those two a few years ago when trying to figure out how I would've tried to develop the WoD from the start (this was one summer I had a large amount of time on my hands for assorted reasons), the two of them being part of a series of books about aspects of every day existence in the underworld. I think the others were the Haunters Handbook (not about the Guild, but about how and why wraiths interact with the living) and Lost Highways (travel in the underworld including the moving of goods and people between necropoli), all of them including premade character templates (my favorites...
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  • Ghosts in the Machine, about wraiths and technology, including the unique technologies and sciences of the underworld.
    The Boatman's Call: Ferrymen
    Dance Hall of the Dead, about how, where and why wraiths socialize.
    A Book of Relics.
    Some sort of bestiary of the underworld.
    And I know it'd never happen, but I'd enjoy a Necropolis: Prague, Haunted Ireland and/or a Ghosts of Appalachia book.
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  • I think the only references to the Blood Court are in the core book, the Companion, and Sunset Empires, unless there are specific characters detailed in the Dharma books (which I don't have available to me at the moment)....
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  • I suspect that there used to be bird shifters among raptors similar to the ones in Forsaken's War Against the Pure, but that's just me.

    As far as I know, the only ones officially listed outside of the tribe and breed books were aurochs, hogs, and bats, and the lost White Howler, Croatan and Bunyip tribes, but it's not that hard to develop new ones. If the Changelings hadn't already taken them, I'd suggest Selki were seals. Werehares, maybe....
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  • Since we seem to lack an emoticon for "shrug, whatever", I guess thats that....
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  • The Big Book of Magic Rods for Warlock: The Pretension
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  • That's were I got the idea from. And it's not where the idea for Lunars came from1. It was his response to someone's complaint about the Lunars mating with animals to produce Beastmen. pointing out that such a thing was already a not that small aspect of Werewolf. (He was riffing on the old National Lampoon's cover with "If you don't buy this magazine, we'll kill this dog.")

    1They were originally intended to be characters in the vein of Conan the Barbarian, Tarzan and others from that period, physical and mental paragons unfettered by and unimpressed by the trappings of...
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  • Oh, I can go way further than that. (Warning, the following is icky, tasteless, and offensive.Do Not Read if you are likely to be offended.)

    Fuck This Wolf or Baby Jesus Will Cry for Lycanthrope: The Rapture
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  • Caretaker of a cemetery (see the film Cemetery Man (2004)). Manga artist. Farm veterinarian. Fashion designer. "Cool Hunter" (see William Gibson's novel Pattern Recognition). Bike messenger. Park ranger. Martial arts instructor. Chef. Professional escort. Musician. Youtube celebrity. Computer programer. Cowgirl. Gunsmith. Midwife. Professional gambler. Private tutor. Bodyguard. Cat burglar. Club DJ. Bounty hunter....
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  • I Love The Dead: The Book of Zombie Sex for Revenant: The Ravishing....
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