History WMG / KindredOfTheEast

31st Oct '15 7:20:59 PM yamiblade
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** Cappadocious had nothing to do with the Kuei-Jin. This is [[AllThereInTheManual fully explained in the sourcebook]] and is not a mystery at all. The Kuei-Jin have been doing their thing ''completely parallel'' to the Western Vamps. Eastern lands of the dead follow different spiritual rules than the West, so Kuei-Jin essentially ''are'' Asian Risen. Of the Antediluvians, Saulot had the most experience with them and even he was on the outside looking in.
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** Cappadocious had nothing to do with the Kuei-Jin. This is [[AllThereInTheManual fully explained in the sourcebook]] and is not a mystery at all. The Kuei-Jin have been doing their thing ''completely parallel'' to the Western Vamps. Eastern lands of the dead follow different spiritual rules than the West, so Kuei-Jin essentially ''are'' Asian Risen. Of the Antediluvians, Saulot had the most experience with them and even he was on the outside looking in.in. [[WMG: The Wan-Xian were a attempt to recreate the Exalted.]] * That explains some of the similarity and the inconsistencies.
16th May '14 9:10:50 AM DesertDragon
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** Cappadocious had nothing to do with the Kuei-Jin. This is [[AllThereInTheManual fully explained in the sourcebook]]. The Kuei-Jin have been doing their thing ''completely parallel'' to the Western Vamps. Eastern lands of the dead follow different spiritual rules than the West, so Kuei-Jin essentially ''are'' Asian Risen. Of the Antediluvians, Saulot had the most experience with them and even he was on the outside looking in.
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** Cappadocious had nothing to do with the Kuei-Jin. This is [[AllThereInTheManual fully explained in the sourcebook]].sourcebook]] and is not a mystery at all. The Kuei-Jin have been doing their thing ''completely parallel'' to the Western Vamps. Eastern lands of the dead follow different spiritual rules than the West, so Kuei-Jin essentially ''are'' Asian Risen. Of the Antediluvians, Saulot had the most experience with them and even he was on the outside looking in.
23rd Dec '11 4:32:04 PM DesertDragon
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** Cappadocious had nothing to do with the Kuei-Jin. This is [[AllThereInTheManual thoroughly explained in the sourcebook]]. The Kuei-Jin have been doing their thing ''completely parallel'' to the Western Vamps. Eastern lands of the dead follow different spiritual rules than the West, so Kuei-Jin essentially ''are'' Asian Risen. Of the Antediluvians, Saulot had the most experience with them and even he was on the outside looking in.
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** Cappadocious had nothing to do with the Kuei-Jin. This is [[AllThereInTheManual thoroughly fully explained in the sourcebook]]. The Kuei-Jin have been doing their thing ''completely parallel'' to the Western Vamps. Eastern lands of the dead follow different spiritual rules than the West, so Kuei-Jin essentially ''are'' Asian Risen. Of the Antediluvians, Saulot had the most experience with them and even he was on the outside looking in.
23rd Dec '11 4:31:46 PM DesertDragon
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** Cappadocious had nothing to do with the Kuei-Jin. This is AllThereInTheManual. The Kuei-Jin have been doing their thing ''completely parallel'' to the Western Vamps. Eastern lands of the dead follow different spiritual rules than the West, so Kuei-Jin essentially ''are'' Asian Risen. Of the Antediluvians, Saulot had the most experience with them and even he was on the outside looking in.
to:
** Cappadocious had nothing to do with the Kuei-Jin. This is AllThereInTheManual.[[AllThereInTheManual thoroughly explained in the sourcebook]]. The Kuei-Jin have been doing their thing ''completely parallel'' to the Western Vamps. Eastern lands of the dead follow different spiritual rules than the West, so Kuei-Jin essentially ''are'' Asian Risen. Of the Antediluvians, Saulot had the most experience with them and even he was on the outside looking in.
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