History Characters / WerewolfTheApocalypse

29th Jul '17 1:48:45 PM Neakal
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* TakeThatUs: As if the name isn't indicative enough, the entire chapter for the ''Black Dog Games Company'' is pretty much White Wolf making fun of themselves, their products and the gaming industry as a whole.
18th Jul '17 6:24:51 AM Neakal
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*** The revised Glass Walker tribebook elaborates on this, nothing that most Bone Gnawers who come onto money are compelled to share it with the rest of the family. Those who keep their riches and attempt to "escape the ghetto" are derided and disrespected. The Walkers find the attitude hypocritical.

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*** The revised Glass Walker tribebook elaborates on this, nothing noting that most Bone Gnawers who come onto money are compelled to share it with the rest of the family. Those who keep their riches and attempt to "escape the ghetto" are derided and disrespected. The Walkers find the attitude hypocritical.
18th Jul '17 6:24:23 AM Neakal
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*** The revised Glass Walker tribebook elaborates on this, nothing that most Bone Gnawers who come onto money are compelled to share it with the rest of the family. Those who keep their riches and attempt to "escape the ghetto" are derided and disrespected. The Walkers find the attitude hypocritical.
13th Jul '17 8:57:23 PM DannyVElAcme
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** In the revised edition of ''Book of the Wyrm'', Pirog tried to force himself on Zhyzhak and thereby gain control of her pack, knowing full well that she had a reputation as a badass. [[TooDumbToLive She quickly overpowered him and killed him.]]

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** In the revised edition of ''Book of the Wyrm'', Pirog tried to force himself on Zhyzhak and thereby gain control of her pack, knowing full well that she had a reputation as a badass. [[TooDumbToLive She quickly overpowered him and killed him.]]]] Keep in mind, Pirog was in Crinos while Zhyzhak was in ''homid'' at the time.



* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: Her name stirs dread among every Gaian Garou. Its origin is that it's the sound she made when she danced the Black Spiral, the sound of her jaws snapping shut.



** Possibly something like "Sh-shak!", as it's the sound of jaws snapping shut.



* SuperStrength: Thanks to the influence of the Green Dragon totem, she is unusually strong. Her ''Apocalypse: Time of Judgment'' write-up states that she has level 7 strength in ''homid'' form.

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* SuperStrength: Thanks to the influence of the Green Dragon totem, she is unusually strong. Her ''Apocalypse: Time of Judgment'' write-up states that she has level 7 strength in ''homid'' form. She's been able to kill Garou in Crinos form ''while she's in homid'' and without even breaking a sweat.
11th Jul '17 1:22:02 AM DannyVElAcme
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* AlmightyIdiot: To a certain extent. Out of the three members of the Triat, the Wyld is the one with the least personality, or possibly consciousness. Being the cosmic concept of Chaos and Creation, it does not think beyond its function, and rarely has any initiative of its own. Indeed, the Wyld has been distressingly (to the Fera) mute on the conflict between the Weaver and the Wyrm. While the Fera count the Wyld as an ally, they have no illusions of it being their FRIEND, and indeed a Wyld infestation can be VASTLY more dangerous than a Weaver or Wyrm infestation because of its unpredictability.
11th Jul '17 1:01:59 AM DannyVElAcme
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* WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds: While the Wyrm is considered the main antagonist of ''[=W:TA=]'', it is theorized that it is so out of menace, not malice. According to many sources within the game's canon (and the most generally accepted theory among fans), the Wyrm is a prisoner of the Weaver, who, jealous of the Wyrm's position as final arbiter of reality and angry at its ability to break down the Order established by her, trapped the Wyrm within the Pattern Web. The Wyrm, in its desperation to break free, has gone insane, and, being one of the three universal cosmic ideas, its insanity takes the form of ''very bad shit'' happening to reality. There are quite a few Garou that believe that, to truly be able to defeat the Wyrm, they actually have to fight the Weaver, who is ultimately responsible for the whole mess, and they fight the Wyrm more out of practicality and the danger the Wyrm poses than out of desire to actually destroy it.
30th May '17 1:56:01 PM 32_Footsteps
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* MightyGlacier: Comes up in two ways. One, the physical boosts that the Gurahl receive upon shifting towards their non-Homid forms bulk up in terms of both strength and stamina, but their Dexterity scores stay pretty level. Two, unlike most shifters, the Gurahl can't spend Rage to get extra actions. Instead, they can use Rage to buff their strength to absurd levels. They might only hit once per combat round, but that hit can rend steel like it's butter, and while they can't necessarily dodge a hail of bullets, they can shrug off non-aggravated damage that would make even the Garou pause.
19th May '17 11:49:34 PM nombretomado
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* Literature/TheBible: According to the Gurahl breedbook, the prophet Elisha was a [[VampireTheMasquerade vampire]] who controlled an umfalla (werebear abomination) named Sarah Childslayer. This was a reference to 2 Kings 2:23-25 in the Bible, in which bears slaughtered a group of children who were teasing the prophet Elisha.

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* Literature/TheBible: According to the Gurahl breedbook, the prophet Elisha was a [[VampireTheMasquerade [[TabletopGame/VampireTheMasquerade vampire]] who controlled an umfalla (werebear abomination) named Sarah Childslayer. This was a reference to 2 Kings 2:23-25 in the Bible, in which bears slaughtered a group of children who were teasing the prophet Elisha.
8th May '17 11:54:41 PM AbsoluteSword
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** The Get's tribal weakness is that each member has an intractable intolerance toward a type of person or concept.

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** The Get's tribal weakness is that each member has an intractable intolerance toward a type of person or concept. Even though the intolerance in question is often petty and cruel (Catholics, Blacks, Gays, Jews, weakness in general, ETC), they can more often than not be noble as well (Rapists, Child-Abuse, Bullies of the weak, Cruelty).
4th May '17 7:49:04 AM Nopperabo
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* DropTheHammer: War hammers are a traditional Get weapon.



* TestosteronePoisoning: And how!

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* TestosteronePoisoning: And how!At their best, the Get of Fenris are unflinching warriors who perform great feats of bravery and self-sacrifice in the war against the Wyrm. At their worst, they're Testosterone Poisoning: The Tribe.


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* DysfunctionJunction: All Black Spiral Dancer hives and packs qualify. A community that abuses its metis children, treats violence and depravity as normal, and compels its members to traverse the sanity-blasting Black Spiral Labyrinth will be brimming with dysfunction.
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