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  • Good news! I have good feelings about this edition, I think that WTA was more in need of a complete rework than any other line of WoD.
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  • In the card game named Vampire the eternal struggle, she is actually anarch.

    https://amaranth.vtes.co.nz/cardimag...niqueadv.jpg?4...
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  • 1 Isaac Abrahams is the producer of Twilight.
    2 Twilight has some satanic hidden messages.
    3 The Lasombra are going to decapitate the Camarilla of Chicago and maybe America.
    4 Moncada reborn is in Siria.
    5 Saulot had no master plan and he had depression.
    6 The Malkavians are not connected with Malkav, but with the jungian collective unconscious.
    7 Moncada has a dog named Abascal.
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  • May be, she could be an errant Taifa (Gangrel) exploring the northern lands or looking for someone, maybe her sire. The fact that she is a muslim does not compel that her interestings are all muslim related....
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  • I would not take apart the Keening, geographically is only limited to Mecca and it is important to the history and development of the Ashirra. Furthermore, the spiritual core of the Ashirra, the nosferatus al-Hajj, are defined by his resistance to the Keening due to their pious behaviour. As Acre was in Dark Ages Vampire, having most of a city unnaccessible to vampire does not stop them plotting in it, and still you can use ghouls inside. Anyway, the Keening seems unimportant in a game setting based on the Jacobite rebellion. Furthermore, I would ask your player why a faithful and pious muslim...
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  • In my opinion, The Veil of Night is the best supplement for Dark ages, by far. Introducing a new by Night, a new sect with a new view of the curse and new perspectives of the existing clans that are very interesting concepts. I have played the Damascus chronicle as storyteller, the fall of the Prince, the rise of the Baali and the fight for the faith of the city were very interesting hooks. But also, I found a Ravnos family with I could work comfortably, an apocalyptic cult of the Gehenna (christian mainly), who does not have nothing in common with gypsies or criminals in any way.

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  • With only one person who recognices him you got a serious problem. Look at Maldavis and Du Sable.
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  • Capone is a walking masquerade breach. The embrace of Al Capone by Lodin was, probably, the most stupid decision that Lodin did in a long record. But Lodin was never a intelligent prince, he was a marionette and he embraced about ten children, without much study of his victims. Probably, the best could do the Capone reborn is to left Chicago and to change his name.

    With no relation with the book, I like how it is portrayed in Broadwalk empire. ...
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  • Justycar
    replied to WIR Camarilla - Unredacted
    I remember had read something about Troile/Brujah wedding with Moloch/Baali before the Punic Wars and how the jump to defend each other under the assault of the Ventrue armies....
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  • Good news.

    Sometimes, when a cannon character dies I feel sorry about not going to receive more information about him, specially if he or she is a well written heroe or villain (as Petrodon, Marcus Vitel or Lodin). Even in secondary roles as the Seraphs of the Black hand. And I smile when they come back from the death, reborn or fallen, but still alive. But, sometines, I find a satisfying sensation when a unfortunate written or unneeded (in my opinion) character dies, as it was Al Capone or Prias or half the New Orleans by Night casting. This "rebirth" is a common trope...
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  • I found Project Twilight a very interesting source book when it was published and also Halls of the Arcanum. Last couple of years I was inspired by them to write and play an history based on Victorian ages Vampires that began with an Arcanum investigation. The Second Inquisition chapter of V5 Camarilla is also plenty of references to both of them.
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  • Really? I was wrong so. I use to buy the books translated, both brands are sell as one in my country. XD...
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  • Modiphius has my confidence, given the quality of Chicago by Night (better than the Anarch and Camarilla books, in my opinion). Unfortunately, the delayings are very common in the industry, they often give a release date to feed the hype and then crush with unexpected problems.
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  • It would be a ironic script tropos if the Brujah come back begging to the Camarilla elders after the war. But I think that this is not going to happen in the current edition. Other interesenting character for the throne would be Democritus, first Justicar of the Camarilla after Hardestadt. He has the pedigree and the skills needed:

    https://whitewolf.fandom.com/wiki/Democritus
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  • Back in the mists of time (1995) in Jyhad, the Vampire card game, there were "other Inner Circles", alternatives to the Founders that become the cannon Inner Circles later. Given that sometimes they have taken characters from the card game, Arika could be a smart option:

    https://vtesone.files.wordpress.com/2008/08/arika1.jpg
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  • I barely remember and adventure of Sabbat Storyteller´s handbook in 2 edition with an adventure settled in New Orleans, but this is far from new. You can also find inspiration in New Orleans City of the Damned. After what is said in Beckett´s Diary I would imagine a city divided between the Camarilla, the Hecata and the Ministery. Probably, you could relation the catastrophe with the rise of the Hecata in the city.
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  • Another Hardestadt, of course.
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