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  • The Watchtowers are deliberately a great setting mystery. The difficulty encountered by mages' long history of trying to trace and predict the patterns of Awakenings suggests that if the Watchtowers discriminate in their selections, it is not in any way from which a clear bias can be distinguished. It is suggested that in the Time Before, the lost history mages call Atlantis, anyone could awaken by their own power. In the existing history of the world, the prospective mage's will and wisdom is still necessary to achieve Awakening, but an additional impetus seems required to bridge the Abyss, in...
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  • I would suggest looking at the motives and ideologies of the different layers of this onion. A mother conspiracy uses its daughter conspiracies for its own purposes, but does not share the same fundamental outlook and goes. They have different Principles. If the mother organization and the daughter organizations are carrying out the same agenda at different levels of specificity and reach, then they are both part of a single high-Standing conspiracy.

    Keeping with the Werewolf: the Apocalypse motif:
    Same Conspiracy Example: Magadon Pharmaceuticals and Endron Oil are both well...
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  • Games I've been in have involved the party discovering the in-world clanbook compilations and hunting a variant of Andrew the Tanner.

    The game didn't get around to using it much, but we were also very much planning on using the rumor hook in Night Horrors: Count ******* Dracula where he was suggested to be the Impaler's Promethean creation rather than grandchilde....
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  • I'm quite fond of Lords Over the Damned's suggestion that the proper name of the clan is Ven, with some suppositions as to its etymology, and that Ventrue is a later Western European derivation and corruption of the name.

    Gangrel is harder; the immediate suggestion that comes to mind is Ekhidna, but even that seems more mythological and scholarly than the Gangrel would be inclined to identify by, more likely something proposed by scholars from other clans. Among themselves I think they're more likely to have a name of practical origin, something that just means "vampire"...
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  • Changeling has a lot of material on the goblin fruits and oddments that grow in the Hedge, and Demon has some cryptoflora (plants supernaturally mutated by exposure to aether) sprinkled across the corebook, Storyteller's Guide, and Night Horrors: Enemy Action.
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