Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

User Profile

Collapse
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
  • Source
Clear All
new posts

  • I think either a bang or a whimper. Like a big couple of years with great events, a bit like Beckett's Jyhad Diaries. Which of course would be prime chronicle material. Happening in thematically significant places for Vampire Masquerade, and some that is like "do it in your town", cause one person can't define all the important places a global even should occur for other people like that I think without error. So, Vampire Bloodlines in overdrive kind of (not meaning combat crazy), just weird things taking a city or place by storm.

    Quite a few of them, and at least one happening...
    See more | Go to post

    Leave a comment:


  • I wasn't expecting super powers and magic-wielding awesome hunters, I wanted a game as dirty streets as it could, with any superstuff like magic and tech being optional or debatable, and that is what I got and I really liked it. If there was something I would add would be Cell tactics or examples of cells, but other than that the game delivered.

    Hunter feeling like they are different and are better than "the Establishment" and "the Man" is pretty much in-tone with the feel the hunters have, it's a game about having enough and putting your hand on the wheel. Even...
    See more | Go to post

    Leave a comment:


  • I like to think mostly, vampires, especially older ones, mostly lose their 'spark' little by little. I think it would have something to do with the fall of Humanity (or whatever morality and sensibility it has) in most cases, besides de ennui, jading and etc..

    But, I think something that would allow vamps to surpass this block, this deafening of their bright creativity, would be the blood of humans. The emotions, the humors and resonances, the memories, it would all mingle with the Kindred's and its other victims. I like to treat vampires thematically as copycats, maintainers, alien...
    See more | Go to post

    Leave a comment:


  • Honestly, the most I can remember getting from the clan chars. is Victoria Ash (from the Cam book) and Aisling (from thee NY videogame), and both are very superficial, as mostly we know where they are "set". Just like Lucita, but it is even more shaky.
    I honestly think we REALLY could benefit from a new set of Novels. Because they aren't material game-only fans would be disturbed by, and authors could write what they damn well want. It could even be stated that these novels are not necessarily canon, I don't care, I just want some of it. The comics are not enough for me, and I...
    See more | Go to post

    Leave a comment:


  • Transylvania Chronicles does have a scene with him showing up just to dab and stick the PCs in the mud. Don't remember if they describe the man. But I do love one portrait of him in one of the exclusive german supplement which is a clean-shaven, white-eyed, middle to old aged man, looking so darn powerful with just a look and a stare, with flowing long white or gray hair (although it could be fair). But, it is just an illustration, and White Wolf was never too concise with those.

    And I think Cappadocius plans and Augustus Giovanni succesful plan of Giovanni dominance and independance...
    See more | Go to post

    Leave a comment:


  • That is for sure, Augustus won. Holy hell, his lineage size clan which was all family-based (even with some exceptions and flexing of the rule) usurped a really big and settled Clan in the middle of the Anarch Revolt, and even with the forming of the Camarilla (from which, the Founders wanted his hide) the Giovanni managed to thrive and parley. Their anathema status by the Founders didn't seem to affect them much, and I always assumed there were plenty of talks between Gios and Cams, that ended up in the Promise (not much long after the Convention of Thorns).

    The Camarilla just...
    See more | Go to post

    Leave a comment:


  • I haven't read the entirety of the minutiae of the Giovanni Chronicles, I storytold the 1st part, and will the 2nd (of which I read closely only half), the other ones I've read it, but not with detail. So I'm not sure how Cappadocius protects her, but who knows, maybe he thinks she shouldn't suffer from the mistakes of her 'father', which might include him (Cappadocius). But... I don't really know... maybe because she was the only person who actually tried to prevent him from being destroyed....
    See more | Go to post

    Leave a comment:


  • I haven't played or storytold Sabbat yet for my Players. But I think it works just the same as the classical "Mistake (maybe not) Out of Nowhere Embrace" that so many Vampire videogames do. And I don't even believe that shovelheads most of the time get indoctrinated. Like... what better way to fuck a city's Prince than leaving a dozen of famished, lost, mad, ignorant and guideless vampires in his little Camarilla town? It's like setting bombs, only that its Masquerade breaching as hell, and will make the entire city and the Cam society have to move a lot of pieces and pull favors to...
    See more | Go to post

    Leave a comment:


  • I think that Cappadocius makes for a very interesting Ante, because he mixes so many actions that seem to make sense but then don't, and while some of them are very meticulously calculated and rational, others are nuts by our standards. Besides, Auspex is one hell of a dru.. discipline, and put Necromancy on top of that, and damn, the things you can see man! One can make every case possible for this guy, and his Clan. I love Japphet as one of the most inconditional and even foolishly so fearless (not that he doesn't feel fear, but doesn't let it shake him) and compassionate Cainites in that time,...
    See more | Go to post

    Leave a comment:

No activity results to display
Show More

Profile Sidebar

Collapse
Banu_Saulot
Banu_Saulot
Member
Last Activity: Yesterday, 11:38 PM
Joined: 07-29-2019
Location: Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Working...
X