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  • Amravanti
    replied to Moon Gifts
    Oh you're totally right. My mistake. So 3 each.
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  • Amravanti
    replied to Moon Gifts
    3-5. Rahu had five. Full Moon, Warrior's Moon, Purity, Solar Eclipse, Blood Moon. Irraka had four. The rest had three.

    So yeah, plenty of room for more later down the line.
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  • Amravanti
    replied to [2E] Werewolf Names
    I think there are probably different naming conventions. In the same way that there might be a stronger Modern American Uratha might have one word names like Ghost, Rend, Tango, Cash.

    Adjectives the Noun type stuff might be more old school (Runs the River Wild, Heeds the Whisper, Speaks like a Child, etc).

    So John the Baptist or Helga Longtooth might be more common in some eras or regions, who knows. But yeah, when I hear Helga Longtooth I do instinctively think it really means: Helga aka Longtooth, Or Helga 'Longtooth' Horvath. It's really up to you.
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  • Amravanti
    replied to [2E] Werewolf Names
    OOC obviously the player does. But in character it is usually decided based on a deed the Uratha performed, I would assume usually bestowed by an elder (perhaps one overseeing an initiation trial) or their pack/peers. Hence deed name. They should be significant. They should have meaning, personal and symbolic. The Uratha has to have made an impression on someone, somewhere. An impression that they carry with them, that is tied to their reputation forever.


    I don’t know, let’s say a young Iron Master passes her initiation due to a series incredibly risky maneuvers that by...
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  • Amravanti
    replied to [2E] Werewolf Names
    There are a few examples of deed names in the werewolf second edition book, so yes, but it does seem less prevalent or perhaps simply less emphasized.

    Also my impression always was that it was more like a replacement or AKA name and not an ammendment. More "My friends call me John. You can call me Stormbringer." Than "Hi, I'm John Stormbringer."
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  • And three didn't. (I would argue more, but whatever). Relax dude. It's okay, it's not a big deal.

    It wasn't clear, or I misunderstood, who cares. Plenty of blame to go around on an issue that isn't a an issue anyway.
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  • Nothing literary about it. The only example or description of your concerns referred to the book written example. Your question wasn't as clear as you think.

    Anyway, I had a recent character undertake the procedure for the Sanctum's Sorcerous Eunuch merit, which gave full willpower.


    The Penitent/Masochist combo seems to be a pretty potent combo for a pious Sanctum crusader type character....
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  • People do seem to forget sometimes that the book is providing examples of an example of things that could provide willpower, not a description of what must be done to provide it.

    "Here are numerous sample archetypes for your characters’
    Masks and Dirges. Feel free to pull from this list, or come up
    with your own. Each includes a brief description, and sample
    actions that could recover Willpower for each. "
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