Tribe: Unknown, probably Shadow Lord or Glass Walker.
Accidental Murder: Like most young Garou, he killed someone when he had his First Change.
Cute Bruiser: Even though he's a Garou and can tear a human being in half, in his biggest form he's only six feet tall and still obviously a little kid. Just don't remind him.
Unstoppable Rage: Since he's only twelve and isn't great at impulse control to begin with, he's very prone to Frenzying.
Dustin "Dusty" Pinfeather
"You are living your life, young man. And finding your way to a better place. Believe me, you will look back on this as the day you found yourself. Trust in the wheel of chaos, look at the mandala of life and tell me that it isn't a beautiful thing of terrifying mystery. Do you want to go and...throw yourself at the feet of mystery in fear and subjugation, or you you wanna poke that bitch with a stick! CHOOSE THE STICK. IT'S PINK. Don't worry, brother. Coyote watches us all, and we are with him now. Man Law isn't going to lay its cold metal grips on you now. I have just escaped him, so I know its true. Yeah. Feel the power of freedom."
Ambiguously Brown: Half-caucasian, half-Sioux, Dusty often passes himself off as being hispanic.
Cloudcuckoolander: Even when he's sober, Dusty tends to diverge from social norms as a matter of habit.
Trickster: Dusty is purely mortal, but apparently possessed of amazing, simultaneous streaks of good and bad luck. His philosophy on life is that everyone needs a good bad example, and thus sets out to be just that.
Break the Cutie: Subjected to spiritual disease, starvation, abandonment, horrific battle wounds and loads of emotional distress, the death of family, if someone could push Haley into traffic she'd have filled her 'trauma bingo' card. Oh, wait...
Godiva Hair: As of 'Tagliatelle' (a Noodle Incident all its own), Haley was revealed to have done this with Megan Burr...on a horse.
Good Bad Girl: Most girls don't (or they do, then they reform). Haley just does.
Humanity Is Infectious: Literally in at least one case. Also subverted: Haley has not only learned positive lessons, but negative ones about shame, regret and homesickness as well.
Obfuscating Insanity: Under the guise of her Garou alter ego, Ashkit Wiggle-in-her-Walk, Haley has used dirty limericks, impromptu acrobatics, strange beatnik poetry, non-sequiturs, reckless substance abuse and countless other wild antics to convince the whole Sept of wolves that she's out of her friggin mind. Ashkit makes the Nuwishas identical-twin-kinfolk-identity, "Haley", look normal by comparison.
You Can't Go Home Again: This has 'only' happened twice...maybe three times in game time, paying closer attention to her memories reveals that the count is much, much higher.
"Putting a blade to one's own throat is a test of faith in yourself. Most people do not have the confidence."
"The Reason You Suck" Speech: Jon attempts this on the Theurges and Galliards of High Ears, but it falls short for several reasons, which also eclipse the good points he did make. He later gives another one to Luke O'Conner over his motivations for trying to stop the kin-butcher.
Fantastic Racism: Kathleen makes no bones about hating Mages, Fera and anything else that isn't Garou, kinfolk or human, a point of view common to her tribe
Good Scars, Evil Scars/Every Scar Has A Story: Has her fair share of scars, including one around her neck where she was almost completely decapitated. Since they are marks of renown in Garou society, each one has a story associated with it.
Vision Quest: Taken on one by Haley to help him through a rough patch in his life.
"She hated the Flock. Hated them more than she had in the past, hated them enough to forget the understated kindness she'd been recently shown. It might come back later, but when she spotted sweet little Megan, (helpful, caring Megan... selfless to a fault, here's the last twenty dollars I have please get something for yourself to eat Megan...) standing with her back against a building, red eyes, tears streaming down her face, coughing and wheezing as though she couldn't breathe properly... with NO ONE offering to help her even though she was in obvious distress and STILL trying to smile at people through it all... If her heart hadn't frozen to cold calculated hate at everything she saw it might well have broken." -Roxanne Pavlenco
Tribe: Children of Gaia.
All-Loving Hero: Megan has won over plenty of tough customers during her quest to unite the kinfolk of Los Angeles, mostly through sheer perkiness and refusal to give up on her quest to save them all.
Buffyspeak: Megans speech is liberally peppered with 'like' and 'totally'.
More Deadly Than The Male: The Pavlencos and their branch families have spent centuries cultivating this in Garou and kin alike. The men are bulky, compact brutes who look like engines of destruction. The women are long-limbed, lithe and delicate seeming. The ladies tend to have more diverse training than the gentlemen do, leading them to embody this trope.
"So far as she could remember, every trip or treat Felicia had bribed their cabal to indulge in had been something else all together in the end. A fishing expedition turned out to be a dive for treasure in a sunken ship, a trip to see the castles of Europe was actually a fairly transparent plan to pillage them... the excuses for why she had never just asked her fellow mages were myriad and difficult to hold down, though in the end the Verbena had surmised that the real answer there was that the Lady Wick simply could not help herself when it came to such artifacts, and was drawn to the musty old mausoleums that hid them." - Rebekkah Lovell
Adventurer Archaeologist: Unwillingly. She was raised to be respectful and careful of all artifacts and knows proper preservation techniques, which makes it all the more upsetting that she can't help but rampage through ancient temples.
Break the Cutie: Though 'cutie' is debatable, getting her life and personality hijacked by a video game character's constantly changing backstory has left Felicia bitter and vengeful against the people who created Lara Croft.
Doppelgänger: If she dresses the part, she's a dead ringer for Lara Croft.
Expy: Lara Croft. Notable in the fact that this is acknowledged in story.
It's Okay If It's You: Though she identifies as straight, she has an 'understanding' with her cabalmate Bekkah.
Love Makes You Evil: For unknown reasons, Felicia was cursed to literally make this happen-any man that she has any sort of romantic relationship with inevitably tries to kill her.
Parental Abandonment: At fifteen, Felicia lost both parents in an airplane crash. In her twenties she found out that this was likely because a lazy writer took the easy way out while searching for a source of drama. The quest to find him and get some answers has been a driving goal ever since.
Tradition: Virtual Adept.
Broken Bird: After spending his whole life in the service of the Traditions, killing, interrogating enemies and leading troops Liam was gravely injured in the Umbra and left for dead by his friends. This has caused...issues.
Child Soldier: Raised in an academy with little in the way of friends or family, Liam was brough up to fight the Ascension War.
Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Though he has a rough exterior, doesn't really abide people all that well and is prone to what others might class as 'violent overreactions', Liams heart is in the right place. Underneath all the issues brought up by the Ascension War he's a really sweet, sort of maladjusted kid.
"I have not lost my mind - it's backed up on disk somewhere."
Ascended Extra: Originally Jack was an NPC for his player's offline games, then was brought in as a PC on the other Old World of Darkness board, but didn't see any use and was forgotten about when Behind The Veil was founded. Then he came back as an NPC again to wrap up an Aborted Arc (due to all the players involved leaving the site shortly after joining), remained an NPC when Michael was made a PC, before finally Leyna kissed him on the balcony, bringing him back to PC status.
The Quiet One / Elective Mute: Since the death of her parents Jennifer has stopped talking completely, communicating entirely through sign language, written notes and text-to-speach programs. Recently she's started talking again (but only a little), but only to her step-mother (although she made an exception for Ben's adopted children when the former was in danger).
Split Personality: There's Will and there's Strangelove, the latter of which wears a mask. Considering that his father and his sister are both Mages with a taste for Cold-Blooded Torture it's no wonder this has happened.
Straight Gay: Although it's difficult to nail it down due to Strangelove's insanity, Will is closest to this.