History YMMV / WerewolfTheApocalypse

31st Jan '16 8:42:39 PM Nopperabo
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** In Titus Germanicus' letters in ''Chronicles of the Black Labyrinth'', the Romans invite Brennus to a meeting at Eboracum. The appendix of ''Chronicles of the Black Labyrinth'' identifies the White Howler chieftain Brennus with the ancient Pictish king Bran Mak Morn. These are both references to "Worms of the Earth", a short story written by Robert E. Howard and published in ''Weird Tales'' in November 1932. In "Worms of the Earth", the Pictish king Bran Mak Morn seeks the aid of evil creatures to destroy the Roman governor at Eboracum, Titus Sulla. This reference may explain Brennus' confession that, "In my younger days, my hatred for Rome was such that even I myself was moved to call upon that dark force."
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** In Titus Germanicus' letters in ''Chronicles of the Black Labyrinth'', the Romans invite Brennus to a meeting at Eboracum. The appendix of ''Chronicles of the Black Labyrinth'' identifies the White Howler chieftain Brennus with the ancient Pictish king Bran Mak Morn. Morn and contains a brief note about Titus Sulla. These are both references to [[http://gutenberg.net.au/ebooks06/0607861h.html "Worms of the Earth", Earth"]], a short story written by Robert E. Howard and published in ''Weird Tales'' in November 1932. In "Worms of the Earth", the Pictish king Bran Mak Morn seeks the aid of evil chthonic creatures to destroy the Roman governor at Eboracum, Titus Sulla. This One of Brennus' warriors berates him by saying, "You have called them and they will remember", a reference may explain Brennus' confession that, "In my younger days, my hatred for Rome was such that even I myself was moved to call upon that dark force." Atla's line to Bran Mak Morn in the story.
31st Jan '16 6:08:50 PM Nopperabo
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** In Titus Germanicus' letters in ''Chronicles of the Black Labyrinth'', the Romans invite Brennus to a meeting at Eboracum. The appendix of ''Chronicles of the Black Labyrinth'' identifies the White Howler chieftain Brennus with the ancient Pictish king Bran Mak Morn. These are both references to "Worms of the Earth", a short story written by Robert E. Howard and published in ''Weird Tales'' in November 1932. In "Worms of the Earth", the Pictish king Bran Mak Morn seeks the aid of evil creatures to destroy the Roman governor at Eboracum, Titus Sulla. This reference may explain Brennus confession that, "In my younger days, my hatred for Rome was such that even I myself was moved to call upon that dark force."
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** In Titus Germanicus' letters in ''Chronicles of the Black Labyrinth'', the Romans invite Brennus to a meeting at Eboracum. The appendix of ''Chronicles of the Black Labyrinth'' identifies the White Howler chieftain Brennus with the ancient Pictish king Bran Mak Morn. These are both references to "Worms of the Earth", a short story written by Robert E. Howard and published in ''Weird Tales'' in November 1932. In "Worms of the Earth", the Pictish king Bran Mak Morn seeks the aid of evil creatures to destroy the Roman governor at Eboracum, Titus Sulla. This reference may explain Brennus Brennus' confession that, "In my younger days, my hatred for Rome was such that even I myself was moved to call upon that dark force."
31st Jan '16 6:06:48 PM Nopperabo
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** ''Chronicle of the Black Labyrinth'' mentions that some of the Wyrm-taint found amongst Black Spiral Dancer Kinfolk infiltrated the British royal line... especially manifesting in a noble named [[Series/{{Blackadder}} Edmund of Black Adder, whose line eventually terminated in World War I]].
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** ''Chronicle ''Chronicles of the Black Labyrinth'' mentions that some of the Wyrm-taint found amongst Black Spiral Dancer Kinfolk infiltrated the British royal line... especially manifesting in a noble named [[Series/{{Blackadder}} Edmund of Black Adder, whose line eventually terminated in World War I]]. ** In Titus Germanicus' letters in ''Chronicles of the Black Labyrinth'', the Romans invite Brennus to a meeting at Eboracum. The appendix of ''Chronicles of the Black Labyrinth'' identifies the White Howler chieftain Brennus with the ancient Pictish king Bran Mak Morn. These are both references to "Worms of the Earth", a short story written by Robert E. Howard and published in ''Weird Tales'' in November 1932. In "Worms of the Earth", the Pictish king Bran Mak Morn seeks the aid of evil creatures to destroy the Roman governor at Eboracum, Titus Sulla. This reference may explain Brennus confession that, "In my younger days, my hatred for Rome was such that even I myself was moved to call upon that dark force."
16th Nov '15 7:56:28 AM FF32
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** ''Chronicle of the Black Labyrinth'' mentions that some of the Wyrm-taint found amongst Black Spiral Dancer Kinfolk infiltrated the British royal line... especially manifesting in a noble named [[{{Blackadder}} Edmund of Black Adder, whose line eventually terminated in World War I]].
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** ''Chronicle of the Black Labyrinth'' mentions that some of the Wyrm-taint found amongst Black Spiral Dancer Kinfolk infiltrated the British royal line... especially manifesting in a noble named [[{{Blackadder}} [[Series/{{Blackadder}} Edmund of Black Adder, whose line eventually terminated in World War I]].
6th Jul '15 8:46:40 AM Nopperabo
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** Rorg, the Incarna of the asteroid belt. He's a savage, unstable deity, but it's difficult not to pity him. His realm was destroyed by the Wyrm eons ago, and he's been in physical and psychological agony ever since.
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** Rorg, the Incarna Celestine of the asteroid belt. He's a savage, unstable deity, but it's difficult not to pity him. His realm was destroyed by the Wyrm eons ago, and he's been in physical and psychological agony ever since.
16th May '15 6:41:52 AM SpectralTime
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* JerkassWoobie: Rorg, the Incarna of the asteroid belt. He's a savage, unstable deity, but it's difficult not to pity him. His realm was destroyed by the Wyrm eons ago, and he's been in physical and psychological agony ever since.
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* JerkassWoobie: JerkassWoobie: ** Rorg, the Incarna of the asteroid belt. He's a savage, unstable deity, but it's difficult not to pity him. His realm was destroyed by the Wyrm eons ago, and he's been in physical and psychological agony ever since.since. ** Among the tribes, the Wendigo and ''especially'' the Red Talons are violent, angry, and deaf to reason and atttempts to reconcile, but the former have been traumatized by the horrific treatment of Native Americans over the last few centuries and the latter are slowly going extinct as the wild wolves of the world die out.
14th May '15 4:49:01 PM SpectralTime
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* BrokenBase: The revised Black Fury tribebook. One the one hand, some complain that it abandoned many of the feminist themes of the original tribebook -- in other words, throwing out what made the Black Furies distinctive and appealing in the first place. On the ''other'' hand, its defenders argue that their initial characterization and tribebook painted them as the worst kind of {{Straw Feminist}}s:
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* BrokenBase: BrokenBase: ** The revised Black Fury tribebook. One the one hand, some complain that it abandoned many of the feminist themes of the original tribebook -- in other words, throwing out what made the Black Furies distinctive and appealing in the first place. On the ''other'' hand, its defenders argue that their initial characterization and tribebook painted them as the worst kind of {{Straw Feminist}}s:

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* BrokenBase: ** The revised Black Fury tribebook. One the one hand, some complain existence of ''lupus'' werewolves, with [[InterspeciesRomance all it implies]]. A unique, clever PC background that it abandoned many of logically extends from the feminist themes idea of the original tribebook -- a "werewolf," a [[BestialityIsDepraved disgusting act of shock-jockery]], or a good idea ruined by White Wolf's glee in other words, throwing out what made the Black Furies distinctive trying to be as "punk" and appealing in the first place. On the ''other'' hand, its defenders argue that their initial characterization and tribebook painted them "edgy" with it as the worst kind of {{Straw Feminist}}s:possible?
8th May '15 7:10:09 AM SpectralTime
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...Much better.
--> ''"We have every reason to hate Man. The catalogue of his outrages against us would fill the Abyss. Across the world in recent years, Man's fear of our rising power has led us into open war with him. But even if Man were faithful to the Goddess, he would still have no place with us. Our way is the way of Artemis, the Virgin huntress, and her purity is our own. We shun Man for his weakness, his place in Gaia's shadow, not for his crimes."''// --> ''"Man can be kind, gentle, respectful and understanding. Like a dog, he may be a faithful companion, but will bite, and bite hard, if he feels himself wronged. Sadly, his confidence is so fragile that any hint of his weakness is often enough to bring him to homicidal rage. Man makes a good lap-dog, but far too often he has rabies, and must be put down for his own good. In the end, the choice is yours. Man is not evil by nature. The Wyrm, however, is only footsteps away from his heart."''
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--> ''"We "We have every reason to hate Man. The catalogue of his outrages against us would fill the Abyss. Across the world in recent years, Man's fear of our rising power has led us into open war with him. But even if Man were faithful to the Goddess, he would still have no place with us. Our way is the way of Artemis, the Virgin huntress, and her purity is our own. We shun Man for his weakness, his place in Gaia's shadow, not for his crimes."''// " --> ''"Man "Man can be kind, gentle, respectful and understanding. Like a dog, he may be a faithful companion, but will bite, and bite hard, if he feels himself wronged. Sadly, his confidence is so fragile that any hint of his weakness is often enough to bring him to homicidal rage. Man makes a good lap-dog, but far too often he has rabies, and must be put down for his own good. In the end, the choice is yours. Man is not evil by nature. The Wyrm, however, is only footsteps away from his heart."''"
8th May '15 7:09:38 AM SpectralTime
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* BrokenBase: The revised Black Fury tribebook. One the one hand, some complain that it abandoned many of the feminist themes of the original tribebook -- in other words, throwing out what made the Black Furies distinctive and appealing in the first place. On the ''other'' hand, its defenders argue that their initial characterization and tribebook painted them as the worst kind of {{Straw Feminist}}s. ---> ''"We have every reason to hate Man. The catalogue of his outrages against us would fill the Abyss. Across the world in recent years, Man's fear of our rising power has led us into open war with him. But even if Man were faithful to the Goddess, he would still have no place with us. Our way is the way of Artemis, the Virgin huntress, and her purity is our own. We shun Man for his weakness, his place in Gaia's shadow, not for his crimes."''// ---> ''"Man can be kind, gentle, respectful and understanding. Like a dog, he may be a faithful companion, but will bite, and bite hard, if he feels himself wronged. Sadly, his confidence is so fragile that any hint of his weakness is often enough to bring him to homicidal rage. Man makes a good lap-dog, but far too often he has rabies, and must be put down for his own good. In the end, the choice is yours. Man is not evil by nature. The Wyrm, however, is only footsteps away from his heart."''
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* BrokenBase: The revised Black Fury tribebook. One the one hand, some complain that it abandoned many of the feminist themes of the original tribebook -- in other words, throwing out what made the Black Furies distinctive and appealing in the first place. On the ''other'' hand, its defenders argue that their initial characterization and tribebook painted them as the worst kind of {{Straw Feminist}}s. ---> Feminist}}s: --> ''"We have every reason to hate Man. The catalogue of his outrages against us would fill the Abyss. Across the world in recent years, Man's fear of our rising power has led us into open war with him. But even if Man were faithful to the Goddess, he would still have no place with us. Our way is the way of Artemis, the Virgin huntress, and her purity is our own. We shun Man for his weakness, his place in Gaia's shadow, not for his crimes."''// ---> --> ''"Man can be kind, gentle, respectful and understanding. Like a dog, he may be a faithful companion, but will bite, and bite hard, if he feels himself wronged. Sadly, his confidence is so fragile that any hint of his weakness is often enough to bring him to homicidal rage. Man makes a good lap-dog, but far too often he has rabies, and must be put down for his own good. In the end, the choice is yours. Man is not evil by nature. The Wyrm, however, is only footsteps away from his heart."''
8th May '15 7:09:14 AM SpectralTime
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** The game is intended to raise awareness about environmental harm, corporate corruption, and other social issues. In-game, however, these problems spring from a mad triat and cosmic imbalances that the characters are unlikely to impact. In other words, the game's backstory suggests that taking any action against such problems will only have a small impact at best, and that large-scale change is impossible.
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** The game is intended to raise awareness about environmental harm, corporate corruption, and other social issues. In-game, however, these problems spring from a mad triat and cosmic imbalances that the characters are unlikely to impact. In other words, the game's backstory suggests that taking any action against such problems will only have a small impact at best, and [[InherentInTheSystem that large-scale change is impossible.impossible]]. * BrokenBase: The revised Black Fury tribebook. One the one hand, some complain that it abandoned many of the feminist themes of the original tribebook -- in other words, throwing out what made the Black Furies distinctive and appealing in the first place. On the ''other'' hand, its defenders argue that their initial characterization and tribebook painted them as the worst kind of {{Straw Feminist}}s. ---> ''"We have every reason to hate Man. The catalogue of his outrages against us would fill the Abyss. Across the world in recent years, Man's fear of our rising power has led us into open war with him. But even if Man were faithful to the Goddess, he would still have no place with us. Our way is the way of Artemis, the Virgin huntress, and her purity is our own. We shun Man for his weakness, his place in Gaia's shadow, not for his crimes."''// ---> ''"Man can be kind, gentle, respectful and understanding. Like a dog, he may be a faithful companion, but will bite, and bite hard, if he feels himself wronged. Sadly, his confidence is so fragile that any hint of his weakness is often enough to bring him to homicidal rage. Man makes a good lap-dog, but far too often he has rabies, and must be put down for his own good. In the end, the choice is yours. Man is not evil by nature. The Wyrm, however, is only footsteps away from his heart."''

* FanonDiscontinuity: Several books are considered this for one reason or another, but the revised Children of Gaia Tribebook especially. The revised Black Fury tribebook, for instance, abandoned many of the feminist themes of the original tribebook -- in other words, throwing out what made the Black Furies appealing in the first place. ** Your mileage may SERIOUSLY vary on that account. The first Black Fury tribebook painted most, if not all of the tribe as blatantly StrawFeminist: ---> "We have every reason to hate Man. The catalogue of his outrages against us would fill the Abyss. Across the world in recent years, Man's fear of our rising power has led us into open war with him. But even if Man were faithful to the Goddess, he would still have no place with us. Our way is the way of Artemis, the Virgin huntress, and her purity is our own. We shun Man for his weakness, his place in Gaia's shadow, not for his crimes." ---> "Man can be kind, gentle, respectful and understanding. Like a dog, he may be a faithful companion, but will bite, and bite hard, if he feels himself wronged. Sadly, his confidence is so fragile that any hint of his weakness is often enough to bring him to homicidal rage. Man makes a good lap-dog, but far too often he has rabies, and must be put down for his own good. In the end, the choice is yours. Man is not evil by nature. The Wyrm, however, is only footsteps away from his heart.
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* FanonDiscontinuity: Several books are considered this for one reason or another, but the revised Children of Gaia Tribebook especially. The revised Black Fury tribebook, especially, for instance, abandoned many of drastically misunderstanding the feminist themes of the original tribebook -- in other words, throwing out what made the Black Furies appealing in the first place. ** Your mileage may SERIOUSLY vary on that account. The first Black Fury tribebook painted most, if not Tribe's character and including all sorts of the tribe as blatantly StrawFeminist: ---> "We have every reason to hate Man. The catalogue of his outrages against us would fill the Abyss. Across the world in recent years, Man's fear of our rising power has led us into open war with him. But even if Man were faithful to the Goddess, he would still have no place with us. Our way is the way of Artemis, the Virgin huntress, and her purity is our own. We shun Man for his weakness, his place in Gaia's shadow, not for his crimes." ---> "Man can be kind, gentle, respectful and understanding. Like a dog, he may be a faithful companion, but will bite, and bite hard, if he feels himself wronged. Sadly, his confidence is so fragile that any hint of his weakness is often enough to bring him to homicidal rage. Man makes a good lap-dog, but far too often he has rabies, and must be put down for his own good. In the end, the choice is yours. Man is not evil by nature. The Wyrm, however, is only footsteps away from his heart.badly-designed rituals.
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