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  • Actually, I'm quite amused by how old and grizzled Genericus the sample Legionary is looking. I kinda pictured him in his early 20s at most.
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  • Welp, I live in hope of being able to expand on it all. I think the splitting of the Urdeshga would be fascinating to delve into. the rise and rise of the Saturi, the 'night of long claws' to destroy the Marisi and expel them from the Council of Eagles and Lightning, the descent of the Council into a lodge as the Empire rises and falls. The alliances and common ground found with the Firetouched and Predator Kings while the Marisi bond with their cousins until the name 'Marisi' itself is shunned and forgotten.

    Almost makes me feel bad for the Iron Masters - going from Mediterranean...
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  • Thanks! (And don't forget Bunyip also wrote for that setting - a triumvirate!)

    And to echo Nate, I'd love to write more about the whole setting. I had a mental picture of events and migrations and state of the world snapshots that led from the Sundered World setting through Sumeria, through the bronze age collapse, around the Mediterranean, into Italy and subsequently to Rome and Carthage. Also from the Balkans, Black Sea, through to Scandinavia and northern Europe, Albion and Iberia. And all (well, a lot of) the knock on effects and how they all became the FbR setting.
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  • Only because we didn't have the space. Believe me we would have LOVED to expand on... basically everything. As it was tons of stuff was already cut away. Sorry!
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  • The Sundered World, followed by Forsaken by Rome (though I'm biased there, admittedly...).

    No least favourites, I think. Each setting gives me ideas, even if I know I'll never play in it.
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  • Metis Bunyip are so rare as to be thought impossible by the European Garou. Bunyip have had to learn over the last 50,000 years or so, how to maintain lines of kin such that inbreeding didn't destroy the closely knit (if widely spread) packs. Basically, metis are very rare. I seem to recall a sidebar explaining as much, but maybe it was removed during development.

    Anyway, yes, to procreate a Metis is a crime before Gaia AND the Rainbow Serpent AND the Tribe, AND the pack and... so on. It would merit quite severe punishment for the transgression, though probably only the parents suffer...
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