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  • Nyrufa
    replied to Inspirational Images For Beast
    "See? I told you investing in a kilt was a good idea!"






    "Uh oh, somebody woke Grandpa from his nap!"






    "So, remember when you said I was the 'crazy' one in the family?"






    "I see you set down the books and picked up some weights!"


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  • Nyrufa
    replied to Inspirational Images For Beast
    Namtaru Ravager who achieved Incarnate status at a very young age.






    Anakim Tyrant who has conquered death itself.






    "Know me... know what you have pretended to be. Exalt the elder one... the WILL that is Corypheus!"





    "And how lonely the Father was. How terrible to be the outcast, the outsider!"


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  • You're forgetting the fact that the "kindred" of the east don't embrace people, but rather they're created spontaneously. They're people who escaped from hell itself and possessed a corpse to serve as their host in the mortal world. And often at times, this host isn't even their original body.


    If anything, they have more in common with demons than they do vampires Especially since there is an entire Dharma who revolves around the idea of overthrowing the kings of hell and establishing themselves as their successors....
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to 5e clans
    I am NOT a fan of this!

    Camarilla: We have a strict "NO TOLERANCE" policy on Diablerie... oh, hello Assamites, want to join our club!?

    Assamites: We commit diablerie because of our (fanatical) religious beliefs. Oh, the Camarilla wants us to abolish the practice? I guess, we could do that...

    Tremere: Wait, they're adding another clan of diablerists to the Camarilla... and they have blood magic, too? Call the council, we've got a ritual to prepare!



    As for the Setities, I was expecting them to shift from being a "clan"...
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to You Know What I Hate MK I
    I hate sea food. Not allergic or anything, I just find the meat to be bland and tasteless.


    I also hate cooked vegetables. They're fine when they're cold and crisp, but when you cook them, they become soggy and limp. Plus, it seems to alter the flavor, such as making cauliflower taste disgusting compared to eating it raw.

    Except for corn, obviously... gotta cook corn!
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to The LGBT Thread II
    I'm confused, people are actually surprised by the idea of the catholic church supporting neonazi's?

    I'm fairly sure they supported the original nazi's, too!...
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to What are you listening to right now?
    TeamHeadKick - Living in the Land of the RPG




    The World is Saved


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  • 128) A Nosferatu Cleopatra who's despair over their hideous fate drove them to commit the ultimate crime of diablerie. Hoping to steal the power of Presence from the Toreador, the hideous creature now finds themselves influenced by hedonistic impulses and seeks to distance themselves from the rest of the clan in favor of a more luxurious environment. The other Nosferatu warn them that they are drawing too much attention to themselves, but the Cleopatra refuses to listen to reason, instead basking in the supernatural charisma provided by their stolen soul.



    129) A Giovanni...
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to Things One Can No Longer Do In Scion
    Rule of thumb: If you come across a random character with inexplicably large biceps and an eccentric personality, there's a very good chance they'll be playing a significant role at some point in the session.




    Even if you have Epic Intelligence and an encyclopedic knowledge about a subject found in the rule book, it is still advised that you wait for the ST to give you the info out of character, just in case they've made any homebrew changes....
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  • I've got V20 as well, and I'll take a look in a bit, but I could have sworn that the book mentions the darkening skin and vulnerability to blood curses are both caused by the use of Quietus.


    EDIT: Okay, It's possible I may have gotten that idea from this wiki...
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  • A third eye isn't exactly a weakness in and of itself.

    And vicissitude is only allegedly an alien parasite bent on world domination... I'm sure it's fine!...
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  • Assamite susceptibility to curses is a side effect to practicing Quietus. Implying that any vampire who learns the discipline would suffer a similar vulnerability.

    To the best of my knowledge, Quietus is mysteriously the only discipline which has a weakness specifically tied to the act of studying it....
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  • Actually, I think they were right about mixing things up. The Gangrel of Requiem are a better choice for the social Gangrel idea because their focused shifted from being the nomadic savages and started leaning more towards being hardened survivors. Their archetype was about being able to quickly adapt to your surrounding environment, which could work both for the great outdoors, or a more urbanized setting. The Gangrel of Masquerade, however, are pretty much built around communing with their wild side.


    While it's true that a Gangrel is free to sire somebody of a more respectable...
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  • Why can't these plebeians appreciate the beauty of clan Nosferatu?





    The world setting is supposed to be 'gothic,' too. And for me, that word has become synonymous with pale skin, dark hair and an over abundance of makeup, regardless of your gender. ...
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to Things One Can No Longer Do In Scion
    If your Band consists entirely of Scions related to Underworld deities, you are socially obligated to have at least one metal album dedicated to your adventures.

    Sadly, it will never hold up to the Legend that is Metallica......
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  • Actually, I have to say the Sabbat would absolutely not be fine with this. The time of Thin Blood is one of the signs of Gehenna, which the Sabbat have fanatically devoted themselves to stopping. They also glorify being vampires and regularly commit diablerie in an effort to thicken their blood and increase their supernatural power.


    Any bloodline consisting entirely of (alleged) Thin Bloods who can't sire and presumably hate being vampires (as v20 seemed to suggest), would probably be attacked on sight if the Sabbat recognized them for what they were.


    Another...
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  • I don't think it's racist, so much as pointing out the fact that most vampires tend to develop very pale skin over time.


    Hard to blend in with society when you're white as a sheet, after all.


    If you want something that seems racist, take a look at the Assamites, who literally become darker with age.


    Although, I believe their darkening is caused by the use of Quietus, rather than being inherent to their state of vampirism.


    Which implies any vampire who utilizes it would start to acquire dark skin after a while....
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  • As I understand it, human mortality didn't exist until after the Fall, when the arch angels started laying curses in humanity. One of which involved stripping us of the knowledge of how to resurrect ourselves after suffering physical death.

    Which I think is something the Cappadocians would have been very interested in knowing. ...
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  • Caine: Anything else you want to 'curse' me with?

    God: Oh, yeah, you no longer have any stats!

    Caine: What does that mean?

    God: You'll find out when you're older!...
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  • Then somebody kills the demon and gets a curse that's seven times worse than that one!

    And the cycle continues, until God finally realizes "Maybe turning people into predatory monsters isn't the wisest form of punishment for murderers?" ...
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