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17th Jan '16 7:13:42 PM Matt620
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** The Black Furies naively revered the Wyld for much of their history. This spelled doom for them when a quarter of the tribe contracted the Wyld-tainted Metamorphic Plague.
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** The Black Furies naively revered the Wyld for much of their history. This spelled doom for them when a quarter of the tribe contracted the Wyld-tainted Metamorphic Plague. In the alternative scenario, their sexism manifests as a progrom to kill all men.
9th Jan '16 8:43:23 AM SpectralTime
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** The Wendigo's self-righteous hatred of the white man caused them them to infiltrate a nuclear sub and attempt to start WW III [[DisproportionateRetribution over a police shooting at a rally]], leading to their eventual damnation.
9th Jan '16 7:49:16 AM Nopperabo
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** The Get of Fenris always placed too much emphasis on relentless combat and too little on subtlety. This gung-ho attitude drove the tribe to charge head-first into subterranean tunnels to fight the Black Spiral Dancers. Even when it was obvious that the Black Spirals were luring them deeper into the tunnels with {{defensive feint trap}}s, the Get pursued their pray anyway, until the tribe fell to the Wyrm.
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** The Get of Fenris always placed too much emphasis on relentless combat and too little on subtlety. This gung-ho attitude drove the tribe to charge head-first into subterranean tunnels to fight the Black Spiral Dancers. Even when it was obvious that the Black Spirals were luring them deeper into the tunnels with {{defensive feint trap}}s, the Get pursued their pray prey anyway, until the tribe fell to the Wyrm.

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** The Get of Fenris always placed too much emphasis on relentless combat and too little on subtlety. This gung-ho attitude drove the tribe to charge head-first into subterranean tunnels to fight * JoinOrDie: When the Black Spiral Dancers. Even when it was obvious Dancers capture Gaia Garou, they give their captives the choice of traversing the Black Spiral Labyrinth or facing execution. ** In the Time of Judgment scenario in which the Shadow Lords fall to the Wyrm, Grandfather Thunder kills Whippoorwill, leaving the Black Spiral Dancers bereft of a tribal totem. The Shadow Lords demand that the Black Spirals were luring them deeper into the tunnels with {{defensive feint trap}}s, the Get pursued either join their pray anyway, until the tribe fell to the Wyrm.or face execution.
9th Jan '16 7:43:30 AM Nopperabo
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** The {{TheTrickster Nuwisha}} alienated many Garou with their trickster ways. When the Wyrm targeted the Nuwisha for genocide, their reputation created difficulties for them when they sought refuge among the Garou.
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** The {{TheTrickster Nuwisha}} Nuwisha alienated many Garou with their trickster ways. When the Wyrm targeted the Nuwisha for genocide, their reputation created difficulties for them when they sought refuge among the Garou.
9th Jan '16 7:42:46 AM Nopperabo
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* FatalFlaw: Several Time of Judgment scenarios show how fatal flaws undermined the various shape-changers. ** The {{TheTrickster Nuwisha}} alienated many Garou with their trickster ways. When the Wyrm targeted the Nuwisha for genocide, their reputation created difficulties for them when they sought refuge among the Garou. ** The Black Furies naively revered the Wyld for much of their history. This spelled doom for them when a quarter of the tribe contracted the Wyld-tainted Metamorphic Plague. ** The Get of Fenris always placed too much emphasis on relentless combat and too little on subtlety. This gung-ho attitude drove the tribe to charge head-first into subterranean tunnels to fight the Black Spiral Dancers. Even when it was obvious that the Black Spirals were luring them deeper into the tunnels with {{defensive feint trap}}s, the Get pursued their pray anyway, until the tribe fell to the Wyrm. ** The Uktena's close study of the Wyrm always worried the other tribes, and their strategy of binding banes under caerns was dangerous. In one Time of Judgment scenario, these bound banes corrupted the tribe's Bane Tenders, who in turn corrupted the rest of the Uktena. ** The Red Talon's uninhibited hatred of humans led them to eat human flesh. This resulted in the contraction of a prion disease, which they in turn passed on to other wolves, annihilating almost all of their wolf kinfolk.
9th Jan '16 7:27:26 AM Nopperabo
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** Seventh Generation and Pretanic Order cultists also qualify. While they can use Wyrm gifts and enter the Umbra, they're still biologically human, making them much weaker than banes, fomori, or members of the changing breeds.

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** The original Wyrm of Balance can't liberate itself from the Weaver's web, even though its cosmic purpose is to destroy excessive parts of the Pattern Web. Once liberate, however, it suddenly has the power to restore balance to the cosmos. The Wyrm of Balance also can't reign in the Triatic Wyrm it spawned, despite being one of the three most powerful beings in the universe.
11th Oct '15 6:04:04 PM JustinCognito
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** ''Book of the Wyrm 20'' has now thrown in two man-made, wholly Wyrm-claimed Changing Breeds - Anurana (werefrogs, a failed experiment that escaped into the wild but still remains loyal to the Wyrm) and Yeren (wereapes, debauched predators of the boardroom).
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** ''Book of the Wyrm 20'' has now thrown in two four man-made, wholly Wyrm-claimed Changing Breeds - Anurana (werefrogs, a failed experiment that escaped into the wild but still remains loyal to the Wyrm) Wyrm), Kerasi (wererhinos, shock troops meant to disrupt the Ahadi), Samsa (werecockroaches, meant to be the ultimate survivors but driven by madness), and Yeren (wereapes, debauched predators of the boardroom).
28th Aug '15 9:18:09 AM Nopperabo
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** In one Time of Judgment scenario, the Black Furies storm Malfeas in order to "blind" the Wyrm. The Black Furies die en masse but deal a huge blow to the Wyrm's forces. ** In another Time of Judgment scenario, the Garou nation and Fera take part in a massive rite meant to free the original Wyrm of balance. If performed correctly, hundreds of shape-changers die and Malfeas is destroyed, but the Wyrm of balance is freed from the Weaver's web and empowered to restore the universe to harmony.
28th Aug '15 9:13:15 AM Nopperabo
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** The totem spirits that serve as patrons to the Garou tribes qualify. While tribal totems aid Gaia's warriors and wage war against the Wyrm, plenty of them (such as Fenris, Great Uktena, and Grandfather Thunder) are angry, dangerous beings. Even the more compassionate tribal totems, such as Pegasus and Unicorn, are ''not'' to be trifled with.
28th Aug '15 9:08:14 AM Nopperabo
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* UsefulNotes/{{Gnosticism}}: The game's cosmology borrows from Gnosticism. The Triatic Wyrm is a demiurge masquerading as the true Wyrm of balance, and much of the suffering in the WTA world can be laid at his feet. The Urge Wyrms and Maeljin Incarna can be likened to archons. The true Wyrm of balance, trapped in the fabric of reality and unable to fulfill its original purpose, is not unlike Sophia.
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