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  • Well if you're going to use a mob boss, why not use Johnny Marcone as an inspiration? John has no powers himself, but he does have money, influence, and charisma. In the Dresden files he also has a valkyrie on the payroll, and collects various items of power, but that is as easily reflected in the WoD....
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  • being able to scary through a bird familiar, summon a deadlock for shelter or a gardinel as a trap, all sorts of lore to make a Kraina from. I could see a Bratovitch Tzimsce exploring the legends and spirits.

    "banjos" how cliche....
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  • Once I get off this tablet and back to a computer, I will have to go through Who Fears the Devil and look at making and Appalachian Krana.
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  • The_Livewire
    replied to Uses of Appearance
    Just popping in on the debate real quick.

    Maybe it is best to see appearance as "likely to have factors that people find attractive?" So appearance 1 only normally means "ugly but some people like that" while an appearance 5 character has "something everyone likes" even if they can't name it.

    it would also explain the Nos flaw. It isn't just that they're ugly. It is that the flaw makes it so they have No factors that people find attractive.
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  • Well I was that Storyteller...

    Hadn't run VtM for an age, and ended up dumping the players in a scenario where the hunters they crossed (see what I did there?) Were more prepared than they were. Only redeeming moment.

    New vampires on OSU campus, watching the LARPers, looking for a snack. They spot a pair of trenchcoats watching the LARPers.

    "Hi we're new in town and looking for the Prince"
    The hunters smile, "Prince? So are we..."
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  • Couple more fun Columbus stats. there were close to 150 homicides in Columbus in 2017, and in Ohio 23,466 people declared 'missing' in 2016. 18,500 or so were kids Now in the real world, most (97%) of them were found., but in the WOD, if you figure 90% of the children were found, instead of 97% that's 1800 kids a year, the majority 13-17. That difference, 1200 or so kids, makes a lot of happy meals.

    Here is the Dispatch article I found on missing kids.
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