History Characters / WerewolfTheApocalypse

1st Jun '18 7:43:43 AM Nopperabo
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** The idea that evil entitles seek to corrupt children through entertainment shows echoes the belief among some 1980s Evangelicals that popular toys and TV shows were of Satanic origin (i.e., the book ''Turmoil in the Toybox'').



Two human cults that serve the Wyrm. The Pretanic Order has produced Wyrm mystics such as Frater I.I. (A Black Spiral kinfolk man who compiled the 20th century edition of ''Chronicles of the Black Labyrinth'') and the Laird of Demborough (the occultist who founded Phelegma Abbey).

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Two human cults that serve the Wyrm. The Pretanic Order has produced Wyrm mystics such as Frater I.I. (A (a Black Spiral kinfolk man who compiled the 20th century edition of ''Chronicles of the Black Labyrinth'') and the Laird of Demborough (the occultist who founded Phelegma Abbey).
27th Mar '18 6:52:00 AM Locheil
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* TheProfessor: He's a professor of comparative anthropology at the University of Edinburg.

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* TheProfessor: He's a professor of comparative anthropology at the University of Edinburg.Edinburgh.
8th Mar '18 1:29:46 AM darksoul4242
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* GoMadFromTheRevelation: He witnesses the Trinity atomic bomb explosion, which blinded him but also gifted him with mystical knowledge of the Wyrm. The experience may have turned him toward the Wyrm or driven him mad.

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* GoMadFromTheRevelation: He witnesses witnessed the Trinity atomic bomb explosion, which blinded him but also gifted him with mystical knowledge of the Wyrm. The experience may have turned him toward the Wyrm or driven him mad.
24th Feb '18 10:59:01 AM nombretomado
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* {{Romani}}: Some Silent Striders live among the nomadic Romani. However, the Revised tribebook points out that the combination of the Striders' frequent interactions with the dead and Romani laws on ''marhime'' make this ''very'' difficult to sustain in the long term.
6th Feb '18 10:04:24 AM CaptainReynolds6
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** In recent years, deciding to live on land has become the big sin in Rokea culture, such that sea-dwelling Rokea will hunt and kill Rokea who decide to do so. The Same-Bito, Asian Rokea who dwell on land and even breed with humans, are relatively safe from this, because they have considerable numbers and the backing of the Beast Courts behind them.
* FishOutOfWater: Almost literally, in the Rokea's case. The breed's isolationism, combined with the fact that most Rokea are shark-born, means that when they first venture on land, they're unfamiliar with how humans do... well, anything.
* ModeLock: A hazard for Rokea that remain away from Sea for too long even if they somehow maintain their Gnosis.

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** In recent years, deciding to live on land has become the big sin in Rokea culture, such that sea-dwelling Rokea will hunt and kill Rokea who decide to do so. The Same-Bito, Asian Rokea who dwell on land and even breed with humans, are relatively safe from this, because they have considerable numbers and the backing of the Beast Courts behind them.them (though they're still hated by "mainstream" Rokea for this reason, with the main branch declaring the first Same-Bito a traitor).
* FishOutOfWater: Almost literally, in the Rokea's case. The breed's isolationism, combined with the fact that most Rokea are shark-born, means that when they first venture on land, they're unfamiliar with how humans do... well, anything.
anything. Doesn't help that there's virtually no use for Homid form at sea, since there's nothing Rokea are likely to do in that form that their Glabro form couldn't do better.
* ModeLock: A hazard for Rokea that remain away from Sea for too long even if they somehow maintain their Gnosis.Gnosis - if they go for a full year without bathing in a body of salt water, they lose their shapeshifting ability ''forever.'' And since so few Rokea even deign to walk on dry land, it's doubtful many (if any) know the exact time limit.
31st Jan '18 10:46:31 AM Nopperabo
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* {{Hermaphrodite}}: According to W20 ''Changing Breeds'', metis Ajaba often have hermaphroditism as their disfigurement.

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* {{Hermaphrodite}}: According to W20 ''Changing Breeds'', metis Ajaba often have hermaphroditism as their disfigurement.hermaphroditism.



* MoralMyopia: The Ajaba were perfectly willing to apply their sacred purpose to themselves, culling their own kind as well as humans and animals. Black Tooth went far beyond that, indiscriminately killing ''all'' Ajaba.

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* MoralMyopia: The Ajaba were perfectly willing to apply their sacred purpose to themselves, culling their own kind as well as humans and animals. When Black Tooth went far beyond that, indiscriminately killing ''all'' Ajaba.killed Ajaba en masse, they were outraged.


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* InformedAbility: Because of her ancient proximity to the Weaver, the Ananasi see Ananasa as a wise goddess with a long-term plan for escaping from Malfeas and restoring order to the universe. Under Ananasa's orders, however, the Ananasi have made mistakes that have empowered the Wyrm and weakened Gaia's forces, suggesting that Ananasa may not know what's she's doing. For example, different sources state that the Ananasi were indirectly responsible for the War of Rage, the fall of the White Howlers, and the genocide of the Bunyip.
31st Jan '18 10:25:18 AM Nopperabo
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** The Children of Gaia also worked closely with the Stargazers. According to the revised Children of Gaia tribebook, the tribe was heartbroken when the Stargazers left the Garou Nation and wondered if they were to blame.

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** The Children of Gaia also worked closely with the Stargazers. The ancient Children of Gaia backed a famous Stargazer who called for the end of the Impergium. According to the revised Children of Gaia tribebook, the tribe was heartbroken when the Stargazers left the Garou Nation and wondered if they were to blame.
31st Jan '18 10:23:39 AM Nopperabo
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* TheCloudCuckoolanderWasRight: The Children of Gaia devote ample time and energy to promoting social justice and environmental protection. Other Garou tribes saw their activism as a distraction from the war on the Wyrm. Then, in one Time of Judgment scenario, the Wyrm materializes in the Umbra and launches a mass-scale Umbral siege. The Wyrm did not plan on conquering the physical world directly, but rather spread evil through the physical world in order to draw strength from the energies produced by suffering and destruction. If the other tribes had worked with the Children of Gaia to address evil practices such as environmental harm and social injustice, they could have denied the Wyrm some of the spiritual energies it needed to launch its assault.
28th Jan '18 6:00:51 PM Nopperabo
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28th Jan '18 6:00:45 PM Nopperabo
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* TheCorrupter: In the midst of a war between Gaia and the Wyrm in which no quarter is given, Writlish persuaded Ryn Ap Bleidd to stay in touch with him and share information on Garou Ur-legends. (This claim comes from [[TheResenter Greid]] [[UnreliableNarrator Powell]], so take it with a grain of salt.) When the Fianna learned about Ryn's secret friendship with Writlish, they condemned him to the Hunt.
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