History Characters / WerewolfTheForsaken

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* TimeAbyss: Nothing strange for an Idigam, but is possible that it is the idigam know as the Builder of Tongues mentioned in ''Chronicles of Darkness: Dark Ages'', making it active at least 10000 years ago.
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* HolyBurnsEvil: Invoqued and Subverted. One of the steps in join the Urdam implies being naked on a circle made of his peers and confess previous sins with one of the Urdum pouring water for a silver container for each sin. In theory, if the new supplicant is not sincery in his devotion the water will kill him. It's pure bullshit: the "peers" are Devoted and the idigam investigates all prospective tribe members, informing the ritemaster previously so he will change the water by acid, making the ones really faithfull believe the pretender is unworth

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* HolyBurnsEvil: Invoqued and Subverted. One of the steps in join the Urdam implies being naked on a circle made of his peers and confess previous sins with one of the Urdum pouring water for a silver container for each sin. In theory, if the new supplicant is not sincery in his devotion the water will kill him. It's pure bullshit: the "peers" are Devoted and the idigam investigates all prospective tribe members, informing the ritemaster previously so he will change the water by acid, making the ones really faithfull believe the pretender is unworthunworth.



* ProtectiveCharm: It can made it's werewolf followers NoSell silver by having them holding Essence it has tainted previously, something that makes it's lies more credible and it's followers more faithful.

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* ProtectiveCharm: It can made it's werewolf followers NoSell silver by having them holding Essence it has tainted previously, something that makes it's lies more credible credibles and it's followers more faithful.



* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: Once the Urdam desestabilize and drestroy Uratha society in a way it can not recover it will drive them mas and make them destroy each other.

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* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: Once the Urdam desestabilize and drestroy Uratha society in a way it can not recover it will drive them mas mad and make them destroy each other.



* EldritchAbomination: Both it and it's servants the Lilia’izi can look like small living suns that somehow don´t radiate.
* HumanoidAbomination: It looks like a humanoid form surrounded by flames but has never been human. It's human servants, the Namnigir, are those who survived being infused by it's power.
* ILoveNuclearPower: Alredy a powerfull...something, it became even more powerfull afther being hitted by a nuclear test in the Moruroa atoll.

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* EldritchAbomination: Both it and it's servants the Lilia’izi can look like small living suns that somehow don´t radiate.
* HumanoidAbomination: It looks like a humanoid form surrounded by flames but has never been human. It's human servants, the Namnigir, are those who survived being infused by it's power.
power and are also examples.
* ILoveNuclearPower: Alredy Already a powerfull...something, it became even more powerfull afther being hitted by a nuclear test in the Moruroa atoll.



* WeaksauceWeakness: Not only anyone carrying a piece of meteoric iron can NoSell it's attacks but it would die if it's hit enough times by weapons made of rocks, coral or wood form the Moruroa atoll, where it first traveled afther scape to Apollo 11 module.

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* WeaksauceWeakness: Not only anyone carrying a piece of meteoric iron can NoSell it's attacks but it would die if it's hit enough times by weapons made of rocks, coral or wood form the Moruroa atoll, where it first traveled afther after scape to Apollo 11 module.



* OutsideContextProblem: When it first appeared no one had idea of what it was and, of course, the attacks on it by the werewolves were...futile. Even with knowledge of what it is everyone only have more questions.

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* OutsideContextProblem: When it first appeared no one had idea of what it was and, of course, the attacks on it by the werewolves were...futile. Even with knowledge of what it is everyone only have more questions.
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* WeaksauceWeakness: The idigam must obey anyone carrying a piece of the actual Falcon lanfing module or an authentic Apollo 15 mission patch
* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: Once the Urdam desestabilize and drestroy Uratha society in a way it can not recover it will drive them mas and make them destroy each other.for one filled with acid.To the faithful, the burns clearly show the prey’s unworthiness.

LU’IM IDUTH
Ban: Lu’im Iduth must obey anyone carrying a piece of the actual Falcon landing module or an authentic Apollo 15 mission patch. The bearer cannot order the idigam to do anything obviously suicidal, and the spirit cannot perform tasks outside its capabilities.

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* WeaksauceWeakness: The idigam must obey anyone carrying a piece of the actual Falcon lanfing landing module or an authentic Apollo 15 mission patch
patch. Unfortunately, you cannot order it to to anything obviously suicidal since thats outside of it's capabilities.
* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: Once the Urdam desestabilize and drestroy Uratha society in a way it can not recover it will drive them mas and make them destroy each other.for one filled with acid.To the faithful, the burns clearly show the prey’s unworthiness.

LU’IM IDUTH
Ban: Lu’im Iduth must obey anyone carrying a piece of the actual Falcon landing module or an authentic Apollo 15 mission patch. The bearer cannot order the idigam to do anything obviously suicidal, and the spirit cannot perform tasks outside its capabilities.
other.
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* HeKnowsTooMuch: Since any real Lune can clearly watch it is not one of them, it has it's wolves capture and killing them or, if it needs to renovate it's disguise, bring them before it to be devoured.
* HolyBurnsEvil: Invoqued and Subverted. One of the steps in join the Urdam implies

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* BrainwashedAndCrazy: The Devoted, werewolves thar that the idigam modificates in mind and body transforming them into things more spirit than flesh that will follow any of it's orders.
* HeKnowsTooMuch: Since any real Lune can clearly watch see it is not one of them, it has it's wolves capture and killing them or, if it needs to renovate it's disguise, bring them before it to be devoured.
* HolyBurnsEvil: Invoqued and Subverted. One of the steps in join the Urdam implies being naked on a circle made of his peers and confess previous sins with one of the Urdum pouring water for a silver container for each sin. In theory, if the new supplicant is not sincery in his devotion the water will kill him. It's pure bullshit: the "peers" are Devoted and the idigam investigates all prospective tribe members, informing the ritemaster previously so he will change the water by acid, making the ones really faithfull believe the pretender is unworth



* ProtectiveCharm: It can made it's werewolf followers NoSell silver, something that makes his lies very credible.
* PunchClockVillain: Every non-brainwashed Urdam sincerely believes that the idigam is a real Lune that offers them an oportunity to atone the sins of their progenitors.

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* ProtectiveCharm: It can made it's werewolf followers NoSell silver, silver by having them holding Essence it has tainted previously, something that makes his it's lies very credible.
more credible and it's followers more faithful.
* PunchClockVillain: Every non-brainwashed Urdam sincerely believes that the idigam is a real Lune that offers them an oportunity to atone the sins of their progenitors.



* WeaksauceWeakness:
* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: Once the Urdam desestabilize and drestroy Uratha society in a way it can not recover it will drive them mas and make them destroy each other

How the idigam plans to use these devotees is both complexand simple. The Deceiver Lune reckons that a werewolf’s life is fraught with peril and hardship. Would it not be simpler to give in? Isn’t it better to take an offer of forgiveness and rise above one’s peers? The idigam can’t be everywhere, so it needs mouthpieces to spread the message to the Uratha. To that end, it possesses servants called the Urdam, or Believer Wolves. These werewolves spread the idigam’s message to their brethren. Ghost Wolves one and all, they believe that the idigam is a powerful Lune. Lu’im Iduth considers the Urdam valuable servants. The Believer Wolves bring in converts, aiming to create an entirely new tribe of Uratha with the idigam as the tribal “totem.” The Deceiver Lune will use its tribe to destabilize and destroy Uratha society. Once its followers have performed their tasks, the idigam will drive them mad so that they may destroy each other.
The idigam isn’t truly certain what it wants. It destabilizes and deceives not out of a cognizant agenda, but because it
must. Perhaps this behavior calls back to its original nature.Or, as some Uratha think, the spirit is so inherently broken
that it sees building a tribe as putting itself back together.
MANY YEARS, MANY FACES
When man first set foot on the moon, tales say the idigam fought to be the first back to Earth. The Deceiver Lune was
not one of them. Had the Lunes set some sort of trap? Was the potential for freedom a lie? The spirit held back and observed as some of its brethren fled Luna’s surface. With that in mind, Lu’im Iduth waited. The humans returned again and again. Each time, a few idigam went with them, without intervention from the Lunes. The Deceiver Lune was convinced that freedom was not a lie. When Apollo 15 landed on the moon’s surface in 1971, Lu’im Iduth took
advantage of its preparation. For the first time in millennia, the idigam returned home.
Once on Earth, the idigam fled far from the return module’s splashdown. It resisted the push to Coalesce, to root itself firmly in reality. The Deceiver Lune found solace in the night. The dark was comforting and familiar. Still, it was not without its dangers. A Lune discovered the idigam, surprising Lu’im Iduth.
Exhausted by maintaining its Formless nature, and believing itself cornered, the idigam struck out, Coalescing around theLune and absorbing it. As it took the hapless spirit into its being, the Deceiver Lune searched through its memories. It absorbed fragments of thought, piecing together how the Uratha and the Lunes interacted, and filling in the gaps with its own conclusions. In the Shadow of the Himalayan foothills, Lu’im Iduth discovered a profoundly broken werewolf who was more spirit than flesh. Piercing the werewolf’s mind, the idigam discovered that this Uratha had been part of a pack under constant assault from the Pure. Pushed against the wall, the pack started killing. As the pack’s loci dried up, killing the Anshega turned to eating them for Essence. Eventually, the pack turned on itself, and this was the only survivor. The werewolf, quite mad, retreated into the Shadow to endlessly hunt for Essence.
The idigam recognized a sort of kindred spirit, making this Uratha its first servant. It called him Ili Sugin’dab, the Penitent.
PUPPETS IN THE SHADOWS
The majority of idigam warp the spirit world around them. Essence is as clay to them and shaping ephemera comes as
easily as breathing. In contrast, the Deceiver Lune has almost no effect on the world around itself, at least not due to its mere presence. Oddly, it gives almost no mark of its presence whatsoever. It’s as if the world tries to forget the creature.
Conversely, the idigam’s followers mark the world in their passing. This group of Ghost Wolves has been suckered in by
the Deceiver Lune. Each one of them fully believes in the goal of forgiveness and gives the “Lune” his ardent devotion. Many of these devotees are more spirit than flesh. Because of this, the idigam is assured an entourage of bodyguards in the Hisil.
In order to help keep its servants at their peak, the idigam uses its Essence Shaping powers to taint any loci it comes across. As the Urdam absorb Essence from these tainted loci, they become more and more faithful to the idigam. So long as a werewolf holds this tainted Essence, she is somewhat protected from silver’s terrible bite. In this way, the idigam “proves” its claims of forgiveness, claiming the boon is one step toward absolution.
Despite its lack of raw physical power, the Deceiver Lune possesses the horrifying ability to create Su’ur. Lu’im Iduth uses this process to create the Devoted. The idigam uses only Lunes as the spirit-half of this process. The resulting Su’ur are driven insane by the intimate contact. Even so, the bulk of the tribe considers the Devoted to be a sort of “holy order,” a station that they might rise to if they show the proper faith in their totem.
The result depends largely on what kind of Lune the Deceiver bonds to the werewolf. The Ralunim produce a slavering
monster that flies into Kuruth at the slightest provocation. There is no Wasu-Im for these creatures — they snap directly
into Basu-Im instead. Used as shock troops against the tribe’s enemies, these werewolves are seemingly unstoppable. The Cahalunim spawn a Devoted who must draw out the Hunt, nipping at prey until it drops from fear and exhaustion. A werewolf bonded with an Elunim retains most of its intelligence and personality. It insists on constant contact with either the idigam or other Devoted, recognizing them as the only social circles it can accept. An Ithalunim-bound werewolf becomes indistinguishable from a spirit, developing powers along spiritual lines rather than as a werewolf. Finally, a Devoted created from an Irralunim is nearly invisible and silent. A raspy whisper from the shadows, the soft puncture of claws through skin — these are all others tend to notice from this Devoted.
Otherwise, the idigam only warps the world around it through its Essence Shaping to realize some immediate goal. It prefers to avoid the Lunes’ attention by maintaining a light personal touch on the world. Lu’im Iduth thinks nothing of risking its followers’ lives, however, using them to lure Lunes into traps. Once caught, the unfortunate spirit is either consumed for Essence or becomes the spirit-half of a new Devoted.
DEATH OF AN IDEAL
Combat with Lu’im Iduth is a confusing affair. The Deceiver Lune is not a warrior. Instead, it will use all of the means at its disposal to disorient its opponents. The idigam fights in order to escape and live to fight another day. When push comes to shove, it is by no means a coward. If a pack of werewolves can sift through the smoke and mirrors to confront the idigam, it will fight like a cornered beast. Even so, its strength does not lie in direct confrontation, so a straightforward assault on the idigam will be relatively easy for a dedicated pack. The real trouble when it comes to killing the idigam is not the idigam itself, but its servants. The Oath of the Moon says Imru Nu Fir Imru. The People Do Not Murder The People.
While the Uratha have argued the semantics between “murder” and “kill” for centuries, it remains that killing another Uratha strains a werewolf’s Harmony. Assaulting the idigam and its followers becomes more of a moral dilemma than a tactical concern.
For their part, the Urdam are more than willing to kill to protect the idigam. Most are already horribly imbalanced, and may not feel anything at all while tearing out another werewolf’s throat. The more bloodthirsty Devoted are perfect for the task.
Worse, the Urdam are shackled to an ideal. If the idigam dies, the Believer Wolves will search out an actual Lune and
attempt to repeat the process. Some are so caught up in their own madness that they are likely to disbelieve the Lune when it tells them the Deceiver Lune’s story is false.
Apart from hunting Lunes, the Urdam will continue to bring new werewolves into the fold. Things may be more
difficult for them without Lu’im Iduth, but they are still very convincing. If not stopped, they will eventually find some other way to regain momentum and once again become a threat.
SEEKERS OF REDEMPTION
The Deceiver Lune desires only one kind of servant — werewolves. It has stubbornly ignored humans and Wolf-Blooded in its single-minded pursuit to rid itself of its most potent threat. Even if part of a pack, the idigam pays no attention to either humans or uragarum. The idigam has fooled its servants into following it willingly. They believe that Lu’im Iduth is exactly as it says it is, and that the spirit will lead them into Luna’s forgiveness. Nothing is further from the truth.
Most of the idigam’s followers are normal werewolves who call themselves the Urdam, the Believer Wolves. Despite
leaning dangerously close to the spirit, they are fully functional Some become leaders in the tribe. In truth, most of the
tribe’s leadership has been changed by the idigam, hollowed out and replaced by suitable spirit within, creating Su’ur. The remainder of the tribe calls these unfortunates the Devoted or Zid Gissu — literally, “loyal shadows.”
BELIEVER WOLVES — URDAM
Ghost Wolves have it harder than other werewolves. As they aren’t a tribe, they have no Firstborn patron. Some
even refuse to join a pack. Lone wolves have it the worst in a world that fears them. Some believe they have found a way out. These Uratha have discovered a powerful Lune they call Numun Sala, the Lune of Mercy. She has offered the Mother’s forgiveness as a balm to soothe their unquiet souls. Many of these Ghost Wolves come to her willingly, others less so, but she has bound them together. The werewolves now think of
themselves as a tribe and call themselves the Urdam.
The tribe’s doctrine is simple. The Urdaga are wrong. The Anshega are wrong. The truth has eluded them all. Each of
those factions has spurned the Mother. The Forsaken align themselves with the Firstborn. The Pure spit invectives at
Mother Luna. Instead, the Urdam teach that Luna can grant forgiveness to any werewolf who seeks Her out in her heart.
To join, a prospective tribe member must undergo a rite called Purity of Moon’s Heart. Under the premise of the
old saw that “true character is who you are in the dark,” this sham of a ritual is performed only during a new moon. The
supplicant must stand naked in a circle of his peers and confess his sins. Only by opening up to one’s soon to be brothers and sisters can a werewolf rid himself of his previous burdens. For each sin confessed, one of the Urdam pours water from a silver container over the confessor to represent cleansing. If at any point the purity of the water burns the rite’s subject, the ritual fails and the supplicant dies.
It’s all bullshit, of course. The “peers” are all Devoted, and the idigam decides the outcome prior to the rite’s performance. If it discovers that a prospective tribe member isn’t sincere in his devotion, it informs the ritemaster. That werewolf then exchanges one of the water containers for one filled with acid.To the faithful, the burns clearly show the prey’s unworthiness.
The “tribe” is still small enough that it has a sort of pecking order. Unless the idigam chooses a werewolf for membership in the Devoted, more senior werewolves garner the most respect. Abuse of authority runs rampant. Only a handful of the Devoted exist, and they look to an elderly werewolf known as the Penitent for leadership in cases where their totem is not around.
ILI SUGIN’DAB — THE PENITENT
“You are all so misguided. The Mother can show forgiveness. You only have to let her into your heart to hear the song. Let me show you.”
Background: The Penitent has been a werewolf for a long time. He claims to remember fighting against the Pure in the
year 1300 in Germany, though no werewolf has lived anywhere close to that long. Sometimes he claims he was one of the Pure, but that Luna forgave him and returned his auspice. Those who speak with him aren’t sure if he’s lying or if his memory is going. The only common thread in his many stories is the Pure.
Sugin’dab is fixated on the Pure. They are one of the few constants in his muddled remembrances. No doubt this is due
to his history with them. The Anshega had harried his former pack, which was too stubborn to retreat from its hunting ground. Instead, it fought back against overwhelming odds, despite an ever-shrinking territory and dwindling resources. Soon, the pack began killing its foes, and then eventually the members of the pack started eating those Pure they’d slaughtered.
The Penitent is the last surviving member of his pack. He doesn’t remember how they all died, although he suspects it
was at his own claws. When he met the idigam, it claimed the name Numun Sala, the Lune of Mercy. It convinced him that Luna’s forgiveness was possible, even for someone like him. He has been its creature since.
Description: The Penitent is old and wizened, suggesting a very great age for one of the Uratha. In Hishu, what hair
he has left is gray and stringy. This bleeds over into his wolf forms. His pelt is a threadbare patchwork that suggests either great age or significant mange. Despite this, his reflexes and strength have not waned.

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* WeaksauceWeakness:
WeaksauceWeakness: The idigam must obey anyone carrying a piece of the actual Falcon lanfing module or an authentic Apollo 15 mission patch
* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: Once the Urdam desestabilize and drestroy Uratha society in a way it can not recover it will drive them mas and make them destroy each other

How the idigam plans to use these devotees is both complexand simple. The Deceiver Lune reckons that a werewolf’s life is fraught with peril and hardship. Would it not be simpler to give in? Isn’t it better to take an offer of forgiveness and rise above one’s peers? The idigam can’t be everywhere, so it needs mouthpieces to spread the message to the Uratha. To that end, it possesses servants called the Urdam, or Believer Wolves. These werewolves spread the idigam’s message to their brethren. Ghost Wolves one and all, they believe that the idigam is a powerful Lune. Lu’im Iduth considers the Urdam valuable servants. The Believer Wolves bring in converts, aiming to create an entirely new tribe of Uratha with the idigam as the tribal “totem.” The Deceiver Lune will use its tribe to destabilize and destroy Uratha society. Once its followers have performed their tasks, the idigam will drive them mad so that they may destroy each other.
The idigam isn’t truly certain what it wants. It destabilizes and deceives not out of a cognizant agenda, but because it
must. Perhaps this behavior calls back to its original nature.Or, as some Uratha think, the spirit is so inherently broken
that it sees building a tribe as putting itself back together.
MANY YEARS, MANY FACES
When man first set foot on the moon, tales say the idigam fought to be the first back to Earth. The Deceiver Lune was
not one of them. Had the Lunes set some sort of trap? Was the potential for freedom a lie? The spirit held back and observed as some of its brethren fled Luna’s surface. With that in mind, Lu’im Iduth waited. The humans returned again and again. Each time, a few idigam went with them, without intervention from the Lunes. The Deceiver Lune was convinced that freedom was not a lie. When Apollo 15 landed on the moon’s surface in 1971, Lu’im Iduth took
advantage of its preparation. For the first time in millennia, the idigam returned home.
Once on Earth, the idigam fled far from the return module’s splashdown. It resisted the push to Coalesce, to root itself firmly in reality. The Deceiver Lune found solace in the night. The dark was comforting and familiar. Still, it was not without its dangers. A Lune discovered the idigam, surprising Lu’im Iduth.
Exhausted by maintaining its Formless nature, and believing itself cornered, the idigam struck out, Coalescing around theLune and absorbing it. As it took the hapless spirit into its being, the Deceiver Lune searched through its memories. It absorbed fragments of thought, piecing together how the Uratha and the Lunes interacted, and filling in the gaps with its own conclusions. In the Shadow of the Himalayan foothills, Lu’im Iduth discovered a profoundly broken werewolf who was more spirit than flesh. Piercing the werewolf’s mind, the idigam discovered that this Uratha had been part of a pack under constant assault from the Pure. Pushed against the wall, the pack started killing. As the pack’s loci dried up, killing the Anshega turned to eating them for Essence. Eventually, the pack turned on itself, and this was the only survivor. The werewolf, quite mad, retreated into the Shadow to endlessly hunt for Essence.
The idigam recognized a sort of kindred spirit, making this Uratha its first servant. It called him Ili Sugin’dab, the Penitent.
PUPPETS IN THE SHADOWS
The majority of idigam warp the spirit world around them. Essence is as clay to them and shaping ephemera comes as
easily as breathing. In contrast, the Deceiver Lune has almost no effect on the world around itself, at least not due to its mere presence. Oddly, it gives almost no mark of its presence whatsoever. It’s as if the world tries to forget the creature.
Conversely, the idigam’s followers mark the world in their passing. This group of Ghost Wolves has been suckered in by
the Deceiver Lune. Each one of them fully believes in the goal of forgiveness and gives the “Lune” his ardent devotion. Many of these devotees are more spirit than flesh. Because of this, the idigam is assured an entourage of bodyguards in the Hisil.
In order to help keep its servants at their peak, the idigam uses its Essence Shaping powers to taint any loci it comes across. As the Urdam absorb Essence from these tainted loci, they become more and more faithful to the idigam. So long as a werewolf holds this tainted Essence, she is somewhat protected from silver’s terrible bite. In this way, the idigam “proves” its claims of forgiveness, claiming the boon is one step toward absolution.
Despite its lack of raw physical power, the Deceiver Lune possesses the horrifying ability to create Su’ur. Lu’im Iduth uses this process to create the Devoted. The idigam uses only Lunes as the spirit-half of this process. The resulting Su’ur are driven insane by the intimate contact. Even so, the bulk of the tribe considers the Devoted to be a sort of “holy order,” a station that they might rise to if they show the proper faith in their totem.
The result depends largely on what kind of Lune the Deceiver bonds to the werewolf. The Ralunim produce a slavering
monster that flies into Kuruth at the slightest provocation. There is no Wasu-Im for these creatures — they snap directly
into Basu-Im instead. Used as shock troops against the tribe’s enemies, these werewolves are seemingly unstoppable. The Cahalunim spawn a Devoted who must draw out the Hunt, nipping at prey until it drops from fear and exhaustion. A werewolf bonded with an Elunim retains most of its intelligence and personality. It insists on constant contact with either the idigam or other Devoted, recognizing them as the only social circles it can accept. An Ithalunim-bound werewolf becomes indistinguishable from a spirit, developing powers along spiritual lines rather than as a werewolf. Finally, a Devoted created from an Irralunim is nearly invisible and silent. A raspy whisper from the shadows, the soft puncture of claws through skin — these are all others tend to notice from this Devoted.
Otherwise, the idigam only warps the world around it through its Essence Shaping to realize some immediate goal. It prefers to avoid the Lunes’ attention by maintaining a light personal touch on the world. Lu’im Iduth thinks nothing of risking its followers’ lives, however, using them to lure Lunes into traps. Once caught, the unfortunate spirit is either consumed for Essence or becomes the spirit-half of a new Devoted.
DEATH OF AN IDEAL
Combat with Lu’im Iduth is a confusing affair. The Deceiver Lune is not a warrior. Instead, it will use all of the means at its disposal to disorient its opponents. The idigam fights in order to escape and live to fight another day. When push comes to shove, it is by no means a coward. If a pack of werewolves can sift through the smoke and mirrors to confront the idigam, it will fight like a cornered beast. Even so, its strength does not lie in direct confrontation, so a straightforward assault on the idigam will be relatively easy for a dedicated pack. The real trouble when it comes to killing the idigam is not the idigam itself, but its servants. The Oath of the Moon says Imru Nu Fir Imru. The People Do Not Murder The People.
While the Uratha have argued the semantics between “murder” and “kill” for centuries, it remains that killing another Uratha strains a werewolf’s Harmony. Assaulting the idigam and its followers becomes more of a moral dilemma than a tactical concern.
For their part, the Urdam are more than willing to kill to protect the idigam. Most are already horribly imbalanced, and may not feel anything at all while tearing out another werewolf’s throat. The more bloodthirsty Devoted are perfect for the task.
Worse, the Urdam are shackled to an ideal. If the idigam dies, the Believer Wolves will search out an actual Lune and
attempt to repeat the process. Some are so caught up in their own madness that they are likely to disbelieve the Lune when it tells them the Deceiver Lune’s story is false.
Apart from hunting Lunes, the Urdam will continue to bring new werewolves into the fold. Things may be more
difficult for them without Lu’im Iduth, but they are still very convincing. If not stopped, they will eventually find some other way to regain momentum and once again become a threat.
SEEKERS OF REDEMPTION
The Deceiver Lune desires only one kind of servant — werewolves. It has stubbornly ignored humans and Wolf-Blooded in its single-minded pursuit to rid itself of its most potent threat. Even if part of a pack, the idigam pays no attention to either humans or uragarum. The idigam has fooled its servants into following it willingly. They believe that Lu’im Iduth is exactly as it says it is, and that the spirit will lead them into Luna’s forgiveness. Nothing is further from the truth.
Most of the idigam’s followers are normal werewolves who call themselves the Urdam, the Believer Wolves. Despite
leaning dangerously close to the spirit, they are fully functional Some become leaders in the tribe. In truth, most of the
tribe’s leadership has been changed by the idigam, hollowed out and replaced by suitable spirit within, creating Su’ur. The remainder of the tribe calls these unfortunates the Devoted or Zid Gissu — literally, “loyal shadows.”
BELIEVER WOLVES — URDAM
Ghost Wolves have it harder than other werewolves. As they aren’t a tribe, they have no Firstborn patron. Some
even refuse to join a pack. Lone wolves have it the worst in a world that fears them. Some believe they have found a way out. These Uratha have discovered a powerful Lune they call Numun Sala, the Lune of Mercy. She has offered the Mother’s forgiveness as a balm to soothe their unquiet souls. Many of these Ghost Wolves come to her willingly, others less so, but she has bound them together. The werewolves now think of
themselves as a tribe and call themselves the Urdam.
The tribe’s doctrine is simple. The Urdaga are wrong. The Anshega are wrong. The truth has eluded them all. Each of
those factions has spurned the Mother. The Forsaken align themselves with the Firstborn. The Pure spit invectives at
Mother Luna. Instead, the Urdam teach that Luna can grant forgiveness to any werewolf who seeks Her out in her heart.
To join, a prospective tribe member must undergo a rite called Purity of Moon’s Heart. Under the premise of the
old saw that “true character is who you are in the dark,” this sham of a ritual is performed only during a new moon. The
supplicant must stand naked in a circle of his peers and confess his sins. Only by opening up to one’s soon to be brothers and sisters can a werewolf rid himself of his previous burdens. For each sin confessed, one of the Urdam pours water from a silver container over the confessor to represent cleansing. If at any point the purity of the water burns the rite’s subject, the ritual fails and the supplicant dies.
It’s all bullshit, of course. The “peers” are all Devoted, and the idigam decides the outcome prior to the rite’s performance. If it discovers that a prospective tribe member isn’t sincere in his devotion, it informs the ritemaster. That werewolf then exchanges one of the water containers
other.for one filled with acid.To the faithful, the burns clearly show the prey’s unworthiness.
The “tribe” is still small enough that it has a sort of pecking order. Unless the idigam chooses a werewolf for membership in the Devoted, more senior werewolves garner the most respect. Abuse of authority runs rampant. Only a handful of the Devoted exist, and they look to an elderly werewolf known as the Penitent for leadership in cases where their totem is not around.
ILI SUGIN’DAB — THE PENITENT
“You are all so misguided. The Mother can show forgiveness. You only have to let her into your heart to hear the song. Let me show you.”
Background: The Penitent has been a werewolf for a long time. He claims to remember fighting against the Pure in the
year 1300 in Germany, though no werewolf has lived anywhere close to that long. Sometimes he claims he was one of the Pure, but that Luna forgave him and returned his auspice. Those who speak with him aren’t sure if he’s lying or if his memory is going. The only common thread in his many stories is the Pure.
Sugin’dab is fixated on the Pure. They are one of the few constants in his muddled remembrances. No doubt this is due
to his history with them. The Anshega had harried his former pack, which was too stubborn to retreat from its hunting ground. Instead, it fought back against overwhelming odds, despite an ever-shrinking territory and dwindling resources. Soon, the pack began killing its foes, and then eventually the members of the pack started eating those Pure they’d slaughtered.
The Penitent is the last surviving member of his pack. He doesn’t remember how they all died, although he suspects it
was at his own claws. When he met the idigam, it claimed the name Numun Sala, the Lune of Mercy. It convinced him that Luna’s forgiveness was possible, even for someone like him. He has been its creature since.
Description: The Penitent is old and wizened, suggesting a very great age for one of the Uratha. In Hishu, what hair
he has left is gray and stringy. This bleeds over into his wolf forms. His pelt is a threadbare patchwork that suggests either great age or significant mange. Despite this, his reflexes and strength have not waned.



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This idigam wants vengeance against the werewolves like many of it's ilk but has another metod and a long-term plan.
Stories speak of a spirit whose nature sat somewhere between breaking and madness, in the empty spaces between thought and reality. If these scholars cannot put a firm name to the phenomenon, it is because there simply is no proper term. They posit the stories refer to this idigam; a spirit broken beyond the pale, latching onto anything and everything it can in order to continue its existence.
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This idigam wants vengeance against the werewolves like many of it's ilk but has another metod and a long-term plan.
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plan, taking the shape of a spirit whose nature sat somewhere between breaking Lune and madness, in manipulating werewolves with their most inner desire: forgiveness for part of their mother Luna. By bringing Ghost Wolves near it a new tribe with it as the empty spaces between thought totem, Urdam or Believer Wolves, will be created and reality. If these scholars cannot put a firm name extend it's false message to destroy Uratha society, both Forsaken and Pure from the phenomenon, it inside. Once that task is because there simply is no proper term. They posit performed the stories refer to this idigam; a spirit broken beyond the pale, latching onto anything idigam will drive it's servants mad and everything it can in order to continue its existence.
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BitchInSheepsClothing* BitchInSheepsClothing: Pretends be one of the servants of Luna to make werewolves trust it anb become it's pawns.



* HeKnowsTooMuch: Since any real Lune can clearly watch it is not one of them, it has it's wolves capture and killing them or, if it needs to renovate it's disguise, bring them before it to be devoured.




Werewolf scholars who have delved into the history of Pangaea believe they have found the Deceiver Lune’s origins. Stories speak of a spirit whose nature sat somewhere between breaking and madness, in the empty spaces between thought and reality. If these scholars cannot put a firm name to the phenomenon, it is because there simply is no proper term. They posit the stories refer to this idigam; a spirit broken beyond the pale, latching onto anything and everything it can in order to continue its existence.
The Deceiver Lune hides amongst its followers, moving with them as it sees fit. An entourage of at least three werewolves accompanies the idigam at all times, all driven mad by its constant presence. It refuses to stay in one place for long. The idigam reasons that if it becomes stationary, the Forsaken may hunt it down. Remaining constantly on the move is a safety measure. It also allows Lu’im Iduth to add to her growing collection of devotees.

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the history of Pangaea believe they have found the Deceiver Lune’s origins. Stories speak of a spirit whose nature sat somewhere between breaking Urdam desestabilize and madness, drestroy Uratha society in the empty spaces between thought and reality. If these scholars cannot put a firm name to the phenomenon, it is because there simply is no proper term. They posit the stories refer to this idigam; a spirit broken beyond the pale, latching onto anything and everything way it can in order to continue its existence.
The Deceiver Lune hides amongst its followers, moving with
not recover it will drive them as it sees fit. An entourage of at least three werewolves accompanies the idigam at all times, all driven mad by its constant presence. It refuses to stay in one place for long. The idigam reasons that if it becomes stationary, the Forsaken may hunt it down. Remaining constantly on the move is a safety measure. It also allows Lu’im Iduth to add to her growing collection of devotees.mas and make them destroy each other
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* TheAtoner: The Urdam, it's werewolf followers, really want to atone for the sin of slay Father Wolf and this is wath the false Lune uses.
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This idigam wants vengeance against the werewolves like many of it's ilk but has another metod and a long-term plan.
Stories speak of a spirit whose nature sat somewhere between breaking and madness, in the empty spaces between thought and reality. If these scholars cannot put a firm name to the phenomenon, it is because there simply is no proper term. They posit the stories refer to this idigam; a spirit broken beyond the pale, latching onto anything and everything it can in order to continue its existence.



* HolyBurnsEvil: Invoqued and Subverted. One of the steps in join the Urdam implies
* KillAndReplace: Did this to the Lune whose form it stole.



* KillAndReplace: Did this to the Lune whose form it stole.
* ManipulativeBastard: It searchs Ghost Wolves and brings them to it's cult along with the werewolves that fall for it's lies and

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* KillAndReplace: Did this to the Lune whose form it stole.
* ManipulativeBastard: It searchs Ghost Wolves and brings them to it's cult along with the werewolves that fall for it's lies and manipulate them to fight and kill other werewolves, enjoying when its own servants die because it's one werewolf less in the world.
* PunchClockVillain: Every non-brainwashed Urdam sincerely believes that the idigam is a real Lune that offers them an oportunity to atone the sins of their progenitors.



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THE DECEIVER LUNE— LU’IM IDUTH
“The Mother offers forgiveness, but nothing comes without sacrifice. Through me, you may yet learn, and never again be Forsaken.”
* WeakenedByTheLight: Being an imitation of a Lunar Spirit it will die if stays to much time in sunlight.
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* BlobMonster: It's original form is an amorphous, quicksilver-like creature that changes shape or color in continual basis.



* KillAndReplace: Did this to the Lune whose form it stole.
* ManipulativeBastard: It searchs Ghost Wolves and brings them to it's cult along with the werewolves that fall for it's lies and
* ShapeshifterModeLock: A willing example. If it didn't want to lose all the powers and appearance of a Lune it has to maintain this form.



THE DECEIVER LUNE— LU’IM IDUTH
“The Mother offers forgiveness, but nothing comes without sacrifice. Through me, you may yet learn, and never again be Forsaken.”
Werewolf scholars who have delved into the history of Pangaea believe they have found the Deceiver Lune’s origins. Stories speak of a spirit whose nature sat somewhere between breaking and madness, in the empty spaces between thought and reality. If these scholars cannot put a firm name to the phenomenon, it is because there simply is no proper term. They posit the stories refer to this idigam; a spirit broken beyond the pale, latching onto anything and everything it can in order to continue its existence.
The Deceiver Lune hides amongst its followers, moving with them as it sees fit. An entourage of at least three werewolves accompanies the idigam at all times, all driven mad by its constant presence. It refuses to stay in one place for long. The idigam reasons that if it becomes stationary, the Forsaken may hunt it down. Remaining constantly on the move is a safety measure. It also allows Lu’im Iduth to add to her growing collection of devotees.
How the idigam plans to use these devotees is both complexand simple. The Deceiver Lune reckons that a werewolf’s life is fraught with peril and hardship. Would it not be simpler to give in? Isn’t it better to take an offer of forgiveness and rise above one’s peers? The idigam can’t be everywhere, so it needs mouthpieces to spread the message to the Uratha. To that end, it possesses servants called the Urdam, or Believer Wolves. These werewolves spread the idigam’s message to their brethren. Ghost Wolves one and all, they believe that the idigam is a powerful Lune. Lu’im Iduth considers the Urdam valuable servants. The Believer Wolves bring in converts, aiming to create an entirely new tribe of Uratha with the idigam as the tribal “totem.” The Deceiver Lune will use its tribe to destabilize and destroy Uratha society. Once its followers have performed their tasks, the idigam will drive them mad so that they may destroy each other.
The idigam isn’t truly certain what it wants. It destabilizes and deceives not out of a cognizant agenda, but because it
must. Perhaps this behavior calls back to its original nature.Or, as some Uratha think, the spirit is so inherently broken
that it sees building a tribe as putting itself back together.
MANY YEARS, MANY FACES
When man first set foot on the moon, tales say the idigam fought to be the first back to Earth. The Deceiver Lune was
not one of them. Had the Lunes set some sort of trap? Was the potential for freedom a lie? The spirit held back and observed as some of its brethren fled Luna’s surface. With that in mind, Lu’im Iduth waited. The humans returned again and again. Each time, a few idigam went with them, without intervention from the Lunes. The Deceiver Lune was convinced that freedom was not a lie. When Apollo 15 landed on the moon’s surface in 1971, Lu’im Iduth took
advantage of its preparation. For the first time in millennia, the idigam returned home.
Once on Earth, the idigam fled far from the return module’s splashdown. It resisted the push to Coalesce, to root itself firmly in reality. The Deceiver Lune found solace in the night. The dark was comforting and familiar. Still, it was not without its dangers. A Lune discovered the idigam, surprising Lu’im Iduth.
Exhausted by maintaining its Formless nature, and believing itself cornered, the idigam struck out, Coalescing around theLune and absorbing it. As it took the hapless spirit into its being, the Deceiver Lune searched through its memories. It absorbed fragments of thought, piecing together how the Uratha and the Lunes interacted, and filling in the gaps with its own conclusions. In the Shadow of the Himalayan foothills, Lu’im Iduth discovered a profoundly broken werewolf who was more spirit than flesh. Piercing the werewolf’s mind, the idigam discovered that this Uratha had been part of a pack under constant assault from the Pure. Pushed against the wall, the pack started killing. As the pack’s loci dried up, killing the Anshega turned to eating them for Essence. Eventually, the pack turned on itself, and this was the only survivor. The werewolf, quite mad, retreated into the Shadow to endlessly hunt for Essence.
The idigam recognized a sort of kindred spirit, making this Uratha its first servant. It called him Ili Sugin’dab, the Penitent.
PUPPETS IN THE SHADOWS
The majority of idigam warp the spirit world around them. Essence is as clay to them and shaping ephemera comes as
easily as breathing. In contrast, the Deceiver Lune has almost no effect on the world around itself, at least not due to its mere presence. Oddly, it gives almost no mark of its presence whatsoever. It’s as if the world tries to forget the creature.
Conversely, the idigam’s followers mark the world in their passing. This group of Ghost Wolves has been suckered in by
the Deceiver Lune. Each one of them fully believes in the goal of forgiveness and gives the “Lune” his ardent devotion. Many of these devotees are more spirit than flesh. Because of this, the idigam is assured an entourage of bodyguards in the Hisil.
In order to help keep its servants at their peak, the idigam uses its Essence Shaping powers to taint any loci it comes across. As the Urdam absorb Essence from these tainted loci, they become more and more faithful to the idigam. So long as a werewolf holds this tainted Essence, she is somewhat protected from silver’s terrible bite. In this way, the idigam “proves” its claims of forgiveness, claiming the boon is one step toward absolution.
Despite its lack of raw physical power, the Deceiver Lune possesses the horrifying ability to create Su’ur. Lu’im Iduth uses this process to create the Devoted. The idigam uses only Lunes as the spirit-half of this process. The resulting Su’ur are driven insane by the intimate contact. Even so, the bulk of the tribe considers the Devoted to be a sort of “holy order,” a station that they might rise to if they show the proper faith in their totem.
The result depends largely on what kind of Lune the Deceiver bonds to the werewolf. The Ralunim produce a slavering
monster that flies into Kuruth at the slightest provocation. There is no Wasu-Im for these creatures — they snap directly
into Basu-Im instead. Used as shock troops against the tribe’s enemies, these werewolves are seemingly unstoppable. The Cahalunim spawn a Devoted who must draw out the Hunt, nipping at prey until it drops from fear and exhaustion. A werewolf bonded with an Elunim retains most of its intelligence and personality. It insists on constant contact with either the idigam or other Devoted, recognizing them as the only social circles it can accept. An Ithalunim-bound werewolf becomes indistinguishable from a spirit, developing powers along spiritual lines rather than as a werewolf. Finally, a Devoted created from an Irralunim is nearly invisible and silent. A raspy whisper from the shadows, the soft puncture of claws through skin — these are all others tend to notice from this Devoted.
Otherwise, the idigam only warps the world around it through its Essence Shaping to realize some immediate goal. It prefers to avoid the Lunes’ attention by maintaining a light personal touch on the world. Lu’im Iduth thinks nothing of risking its followers’ lives, however, using them to lure Lunes into traps. Once caught, the unfortunate spirit is either consumed for Essence or becomes the spirit-half of a new Devoted.
DEATH OF AN IDEAL
Combat with Lu’im Iduth is a confusing affair. The Deceiver Lune is not a warrior. Instead, it will use all of the means at its disposal to disorient its opponents. The idigam fights in order to escape and live to fight another day. When push comes to shove, it is by no means a coward. If a pack of werewolves can sift through the smoke and mirrors to confront the idigam, it will fight like a cornered beast. Even so, its strength does not lie in direct confrontation, so a straightforward assault on the idigam will be relatively easy for a dedicated pack. The real trouble when it comes to killing the idigam is not the idigam itself, but its servants. The Oath of the Moon says Imru Nu Fir Imru. The People Do Not Murder The People.
While the Uratha have argued the semantics between “murder” and “kill” for centuries, it remains that killing another Uratha strains a werewolf’s Harmony. Assaulting the idigam and its followers becomes more of a moral dilemma than a tactical concern.
For their part, the Urdam are more than willing to kill to protect the idigam. Most are already horribly imbalanced, and may not feel anything at all while tearing out another werewolf’s throat. The more bloodthirsty Devoted are perfect for the task.
Worse, the Urdam are shackled to an ideal. If the idigam dies, the Believer Wolves will search out an actual Lune and
attempt to repeat the process. Some are so caught up in their own madness that they are likely to disbelieve the Lune when it tells them the Deceiver Lune’s story is false.
Apart from hunting Lunes, the Urdam will continue to bring new werewolves into the fold. Things may be more
difficult for them without Lu’im Iduth, but they are still very convincing. If not stopped, they will eventually find some other way to regain momentum and once again become a threat.
SEEKERS OF REDEMPTION
The Deceiver Lune desires only one kind of servant — werewolves. It has stubbornly ignored humans and Wolf-Blooded in its single-minded pursuit to rid itself of its most potent threat. Even if part of a pack, the idigam pays no attention to either humans or uragarum. The idigam has fooled its servants into following it willingly. They believe that Lu’im Iduth is exactly as it says it is, and that the spirit will lead them into Luna’s forgiveness. Nothing is further from the truth.
Most of the idigam’s followers are normal werewolves who call themselves the Urdam, the Believer Wolves. Despite
leaning dangerously close to the spirit, they are fully functional Some become leaders in the tribe. In truth, most of the
tribe’s leadership has been changed by the idigam, hollowed out and replaced by suitable spirit within, creating Su’ur. The remainder of the tribe calls these unfortunates the Devoted or Zid Gissu — literally, “loyal shadows.”
BELIEVER WOLVES — URDAM
Ghost Wolves have it harder than other werewolves. As they aren’t a tribe, they have no Firstborn patron. Some
even refuse to join a pack. Lone wolves have it the worst in a world that fears them. Some believe they have found a way out. These Uratha have discovered a powerful Lune they call Numun Sala, the Lune of Mercy. She has offered the Mother’s forgiveness as a balm to soothe their unquiet souls. Many of these Ghost Wolves come to her willingly, others less so, but she has bound them together. The werewolves now think of
themselves as a tribe and call themselves the Urdam.
The tribe’s doctrine is simple. The Urdaga are wrong. The Anshega are wrong. The truth has eluded them all. Each of
those factions has spurned the Mother. The Forsaken align themselves with the Firstborn. The Pure spit invectives at
Mother Luna. Instead, the Urdam teach that Luna can grant forgiveness to any werewolf who seeks Her out in her heart.
To join, a prospective tribe member must undergo a rite called Purity of Moon’s Heart. Under the premise of the
old saw that “true character is who you are in the dark,” this sham of a ritual is performed only during a new moon. The
supplicant must stand naked in a circle of his peers and confess his sins. Only by opening up to one’s soon to be brothers and sisters can a werewolf rid himself of his previous burdens. For each sin confessed, one of the Urdam pours water from a silver container over the confessor to represent cleansing. If at any point the purity of the water burns the rite’s subject, the ritual fails and the supplicant dies.
It’s all bullshit, of course. The “peers” are all Devoted, and the idigam decides the outcome prior to the rite’s performance. If it discovers that a prospective tribe member isn’t sincere in his devotion, it informs the ritemaster. That werewolf then exchanges one of the water containers for one filled with acid.To the faithful, the burns clearly show the prey’s unworthiness.
The “tribe” is still small enough that it has a sort of pecking order. Unless the idigam chooses a werewolf for membership in the Devoted, more senior werewolves garner the most respect. Abuse of authority runs rampant. Only a handful of the Devoted exist, and they look to an elderly werewolf known as the Penitent for leadership in cases where their totem is not around.
ILI SUGIN’DAB — THE PENITENT
“You are all so misguided. The Mother can show forgiveness. You only have to let her into your heart to hear the song. Let me show you.”
Background: The Penitent has been a werewolf for a long time. He claims to remember fighting against the Pure in the
year 1300 in Germany, though no werewolf has lived anywhere close to that long. Sometimes he claims he was one of the Pure, but that Luna forgave him and returned his auspice. Those who speak with him aren’t sure if he’s lying or if his memory is going. The only common thread in his many stories is the Pure.
Sugin’dab is fixated on the Pure. They are one of the few constants in his muddled remembrances. No doubt this is due
to his history with them. The Anshega had harried his former pack, which was too stubborn to retreat from its hunting ground. Instead, it fought back against overwhelming odds, despite an ever-shrinking territory and dwindling resources. Soon, the pack began killing its foes, and then eventually the members of the pack started eating those Pure they’d slaughtered.
The Penitent is the last surviving member of his pack. He doesn’t remember how they all died, although he suspects it
was at his own claws. When he met the idigam, it claimed the name Numun Sala, the Lune of Mercy. It convinced him that Luna’s forgiveness was possible, even for someone like him. He has been its creature since.
Description: The Penitent is old and wizened, suggesting a very great age for one of the Uratha. In Hishu, what hair
he has left is gray and stringy. This bleeds over into his wolf forms. His pelt is a threadbare patchwork that suggests either great age or significant mange. Despite this, his reflexes and strength have not waned.
LU’IM IDUTH
Ban: Lu’im Iduth must obey anyone carrying a piece of the actual Falcon landing module or an authentic Apollo 15 mission patch. The bearer cannot order the idigam to do anything obviously suicidal, and the spirit cannot perform tasks outside its capabilities.
Bane: Sunlight.
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