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  • I understand the Devil Tigers philosophy as close to the Path of the Blood of the Assamites. They are monsters, and judges, and they believe superior and doing something valuable by divine mandate.
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  • I really like the Libellus Sanguinis castes that later were introduced in Revised. And I like even more the evolution of the clan, from one dimensional hassassins to complex followers of the code, they have become the judges, the guardians of the law and the bane of the infernalists. I like too the new iteration of Quietus, as a Blood sorcery. Quietus has not changed in the same way the lore of the clan did, this is the last step in a process to become playable. Although I prefer the Banu Haqim as anarchs (to not being in the same boat of the Tremere) and the Ministry as Camarilla, I am satisfied...
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  • A few examples:

    -Jeb Bush about the Spanish "Republic": https://elpais.com/diario/2003/02/18...07_850215.html

    -Donald Trump using images of Melilla as part of Mexico: https://www.europapress.es/internaci...104221401.html

    I am still looking for the old declarations of the Geoge Bush comittee, I think he was not himself, but another member of the government.

    About the dialects, I am from eastern Spain, I speak castillian and catallonian languages, but even if I understand perfectly the south-american accent, sometimes it is too much musical...
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  • I do not think so, the Mujrimmin (criminals) as they are known in the Ashirra are not politically important and not even a major clan in most of the Ashirra cities. The Ravnos characther of Cairo by Night (2001) even masquerade as a Caitiff, they did not have a clan there. In that hypotetical book are more probably the Al Amin (Salubri)....
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  • No, it is because some old declarations of George Bush era about Spain being in Mexico and speaking "mexican".
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  • Barcelona? In what part of Mexico is there?
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  • It is a good chronicle and very inspirational, it does not matter that the events have occurred or not in the current metaplot. It could be even possible that the mages achieved the ritual and then the new human reborn succumbed to the beast, became a widenslainte or something worse, the ritual of the Red Sign had not a cannonical end, it was lovecraftian horror with lovecraftian conquences....
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  • I would recommend you another crossover book between Mage and Vampire, The Red Sign. With Tytali mages trying to undo the vampiric malediction? There you have some good ideas for a chronicle.

    https://whitewolf.fandom.com/wiki/The_Red_Sign

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  • Justycar
    replied to First VTMV Clanbook
    You can consider the Player Guide of Modiphius as the proximus Lore of the Clans.
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  • In Halls of the Arcanum there was another true faith priest, this time a protestant puritan who hated catholic and by extension the Society of Leopold. Jebediah, I believe it was named.
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  • RUSTED VEINS SPOILERS AHEAD.


    I hope so, although in my own canon, three or them are already dead or severely injured. Malort was attacked by Sullivan Dane in my Rusted Veins and Pater Jeremiah achieved some kind of redemption (golconda) drinking from the hunter´s sacred blood. It was an epic end that the players enjoyed very much. And then, in the Sacrifice, my player were confronted by their former characters, and they ended killing Zion at the basement of the Succubus Club. So, in my own metaplot, based on my games, that Gary Coterie is really atrittioned.
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  • I do not know. But it is true that in Rusted Veins, and adventure I played, Zion "Snowman" was a character, a drug dealer gangrel.
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  • New art: http://theonyxpath.com/wp-content/up...mark_LtSRR.jpg
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  • Damascus by Night: War, Gehenna crusade, Ashirra, Camarilla comandos, Sabbat guerrillas, ancient creatures awakening...
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  • That is very interesting, for me. In New Orleans you have another early example of Vampire-Garou treaty of no agression. But about the Letany, there is one major difference with the traditions, the traditions could be ancient, but not sacred, vampires do not have a sacerdocy around the traditions in every city, they are not a credo, a religion. You have a sect plenty of examples of rebels, the Anarchs. But the Letany is sacred, is the expression of the ten tenets or commandments of a religious entity and there are no factions of rebel garou who oppose en masse to the traditions. Tradritions are...
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  • Justycar
    replied to Circle of Red
    The Circle of Red is presented has a chantry in south France named the Temple of Red, where the archimage Tytalus subverts and corrupts the new inductees to the House. The Nephandus is a powerful conspirator and believes that putting end to the vampirism he is subverting a God´s law. Furthermore, the ritual of the red sign would be a very powerful weapon against vampires. In the final chapters, there are the stats and the history of another Circle of Red character, the right hand of the boss, who has their own agenda and wants to betray her uncle (the master Tytalus).
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  • Justycar
    replied to Circle of Red
    Yesterday, I finished reading The red sign, a third edition book for Vampire the masquerade and Mage the ascension. The book develops an history around an apocalyptic ritual in which mages and vampires are involved, and some of the mages are House Tytalus Nephandi from the Red Circle. The inspiration of the whole book is based in lovecraftian horror and cosmic maledictions and relics, as the King in yellow and the yellow sign.
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