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15th Sep '17 2:57:24 AM GriffinPilgrim
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** The second generation consisted of three vampires.
15th Sep '17 2:25:54 AM GriffinPilgrim
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** Although the above story is only included in the Toreador clanbook [[UnreliableNarrator and does rather feed into their own views on undeath]] so it's truth is doubtful.

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** Although the above story is only included in the Toreador clanbook [[UnreliableNarrator coming from an elder telling stories to a ancilla]] [[AuthorAppeal and does rather feed into their own the Toreador views on undeath]] so it's truth is doubtful.
15th Sep '17 2:22:00 AM GriffinPilgrim
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* Although the above story is only included in the Toreador clanbook [[UnreliableNarrator and does rather feed into their own views on undeath]] so it's truth is doubtful.

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* ** Although the above story is only included in the Toreador clanbook [[UnreliableNarrator and does rather feed into their own views on undeath]] so it's truth is doubtful.
15th Sep '17 2:20:07 AM GriffinPilgrim
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* Although the above story is only included in the Toreador clanbook [[UnreliableNarrator and does rather feed into their own views on undeath]] so it's truth is doubtful.
11th Sep '17 4:52:57 PM AmyS
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* CannibalismSuperpower: Diablerie, the act of devouring the blood and soul of another vampire, is primarily used by vampires to gain power above what is normally possible for their generation. One of the few genuinely taboo practices in most vampire societies...though of course, it happens anyway.* CastFromCalories: Vampires can spend Blood Points on vampiric abilities; they must then recharge their Blood Pool by snacking on some mortal. TakenToTheExtreme with thaumaturgy, as it is unpleasant to burn away one's vitae for the use of a spell, so much that success is determined by willpower alone and a botch causes a loss of a permanent willpower point.

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* CannibalismSuperpower: Diablerie, the act of devouring the blood and soul of another vampire, is primarily used by vampires to gain power above what is normally possible for their generation. One of the few genuinely taboo practices in most vampire societies...though of course, it happens anyway.anyway.
* CastFromCalories: Vampires can spend Blood Points on vampiric abilities; they must then recharge their Blood Pool by snacking on some mortal. TakenToTheExtreme with thaumaturgy, Thaumaturgy is a bit of an extreme case, as it is unpleasant to burn away one's vitae for the use of a spell, so much that success is determined by willpower alone and a botch causes a loss of a permanent willpower point.
11th Sep '17 12:13:30 PM AmyS
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* CannibalismSuperpower: Diablerie, the act of devouring the blood and soul of another vampire, is primarily used by vampires to gain power above what is normally possible for their generation. One of the few genuinely taboo practices in most vampire societies...though of course, it happens anyway.
* CastFromCalories: Vampires can spend Blood Points on vampiric abilities; they must then recharge their Blood Pool by snacking on some mortal.

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* CannibalismSuperpower: Diablerie, the act of devouring the blood and soul of another vampire, is primarily used by vampires to gain power above what is normally possible for their generation. One of the few genuinely taboo practices in most vampire societies...though of course, it happens anyway.
anyway.* CastFromCalories: Vampires can spend Blood Points on vampiric abilities; they must then recharge their Blood Pool by snacking on some mortal. TakenToTheExtreme with thaumaturgy, as it is unpleasant to burn away one's vitae for the use of a spell, so much that success is determined by willpower alone and a botch causes a loss of a permanent willpower point.
7th Sep '17 5:10:19 PM AmyS
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* FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire: Mentioned in the original Clanbook: Tremere, St. Germain was an accomplished healer and alchemist who did generally good things and was never witnessed feeding. In fact, it is rumored he created an elixer to provide himself sustenance. Though linked to Clan Tremere, he is thought to be something much older.


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* FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire: Mentioned in the original Clanbook: Tremere, St. Germain was an accomplished healer and alchemist who did generally good things and was never witnessed feeding. In fact, it is rumored he created an elixer to provide himself sustenance. Though linked to Clan Tremere, he is thought to be something much older.
7th Sep '17 5:09:08 PM AmyS
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* FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire: Mentioned in the original Clanbook: Tremere, St. Germain was an accomplished healer and alchemist who did generally good things and was never witnessed feeding. In fact, it is rumored he created an elixer to provide himself sustenance. Though linked to Clan Tremere, he is thought to be something much older.
12th Aug '17 11:02:43 AM Bootlebat
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* IResembleThatRemark [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Clan Brujah's]] weakness is being more susceptible to frenzy. When other vampires mention this weakness it often makes them mad enough that they go into a frenzy.
1st Aug '17 5:12:05 PM lorgskyegon
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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: The first people Caine turned were a pair of perfect lovers whom he wanted to give immortality as a gift to absolve his previous sins. Heartbroken that they were not going to be able to have children, they committed suicide together. Caine was so upset [[LetUsNeverSpeakOfThisAgain that he forbid anyone to speak their names]] and refused to embrace anyone else for many years.
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