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3rd May '16 7:51:59 AM Sally777
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*** This, and also that Lacroix and/or one of his vampire goons could've given you a very brief debriefing on your clan.

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*** This, and also that Lacroix and/or one of his vampire goons could've given you a very brief debriefing on your clan.clan offscreen.
3rd May '16 7:51:22 AM Sally777
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***This, and also that Lacroix and/or one of his vampire goons could've given you a very brief debriefing on your clan.
24th Dec '15 4:48:45 AM nmn3r3
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* While the were-shark quest may seem to come out of nowhere, by the book canon, it is surprisingly through and plausible. The wereshark is a Same-Bito, a hengeyokai variant of the Rokea (weresharks). Same-Bito,unlike regulr rokea, have taken time to try and adapt to the life on the surfance. Hengeyokai also are far more likely to deal with Kuei-Jin on neutral terms, unlike western shifters and kindred.

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* While the were-shark quest may seem to come out of nowhere, by the book canon, it is surprisingly through and plausible. The wereshark is a Same-Bito, a hengeyokai variant of the Rokea (weresharks). Same-Bito,unlike Same-Bito, unlike regulr rokea, have taken time to try and adapt to the life on the surfance.surface. Hengeyokai also are far more likely to deal with Kuei-Jin on neutral terms, unlike western shifters and kindred.
20th Nov '15 10:12:06 AM MartialArtsMaster
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** [[spoiler:Gimble did get [=McGee=]; Carson mentions that Gimble has been mutilating both him and [=McGee=], and after the boss fight with Gimble, you can look in one of the cells and see [=McGee=]'s corpse.]]
28th Apr '15 5:58:45 PM Theokal3
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** Also, are we really sure [[spoiler:he did get [=McGree=]]]? I don't remember them actually saying it.
19th Feb '15 6:10:43 PM DoPo
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****** It actually does - some vampires (mostly younger ones and/or Caitiff) get a temporary boost in power. It was never really explained why and it was noted as something really rare but it is there and it is a definite possibility. The PC could have just...been a fluke.
8th Sep '14 1:55:24 AM Aquillion
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* Play Sheryl Crow's ''All I wanna do'' while playing this game. [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome Now imagine Jack or your taxi driver playing this on an iPod throughout the events of the game.]]
** "All I wanna do, is have some fun, until the sun comes up over OH GOD THE PAIN! TURN OFF THE BIG LIGHT!"
24th Jul '14 7:36:19 PM CharlesPhipps
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** [[FridgeBrilliance Or that you remember seeing what he wanted you to see.]]
24th Jul '14 7:33:54 PM CharlesPhipps
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*** Why not go with the obvious? Throughout the game, [=LaCroix=] has basically sent your character on multiple suicide-missions and yet has seen them come out on top every time. He's a newly-instated Prince, and a rather disliked one, so his powerbase isn't exactly as strong as it could be had he been in the position longer (It's even implied that the Sherriff is his only truly loyal servant and the big brute's intimidation factor is the main reason [=LaCroix=] is still "on the throne"). The endgame attempt at Dominate fails because [=LaCroix=] has slowly realized you are a ''very'' big threat to him and his role as Prince, and despite not showing it outwardly, he's too damn scared by this revelation to concentrate enough to make it work!

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*** Why not go with the obvious? Throughout the game, [=LaCroix=] has basically sent your character on multiple suicide-missions and yet has seen them come out on top every time. He's a newly-instated Prince, and a rather disliked one, so his powerbase isn't exactly as strong as it could be had he been in the position longer (It's even implied that the Sherriff is his only truly loyal servant and the big brute's intimidation factor is the main reason [=LaCroix=] is still "on the throne"). The endgame attempt at Dominate fails because [=LaCroix=] has slowly realized you are a ''very'' big threat to him and his role as Prince, and despite not showing it outwardly, he's too damn scared by this revelation to concentrate enough to make it work!work! In short, [[GameplayAndStoryIntegration he botched his roll]].
3rd Jul '14 11:18:46 PM gadjo
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****This actually makes plenty of sense if you decide that the difference in willpower is to blame. Think about it: early in the game, the PC was likely unsure of what to do (having recently been plunged into an ancient secret society and forced to fight for survival) and therefore not as willful. They aren't really sure of what to do with their un-life. By the endgame however, the PC is sure of why they're in Lacroix's office and will not be swayed from killing him.
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