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    Kemuel Reincarnate
  • Birthday 09/01/1982

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  1. As always with this title, its simultaneous weakest and strongest aspect is its flexibility. While some editions codify the magic system more than others, I continue to find it as being one of the most elegant and dynamic systems in the RPG industry. That being said, unless you have an experienced ST to adjudicate and teach the system to newer players, it can be an absolute nightmare.
  2. Songs that make you think Werewolf

    Came here to say most of the black album, already found it posted. Good man.
  3. Most Kickass Dice I've Ever Seen

    Stumbled on these randomly. If I had infinite resources, I'd buy the lot. http://www.shapeways.com/games/dice
  4. I've just started reading (not even through the Lexicon yet), but it strikes me that while a demon's Cover is vital to their continued existence, and thus a great asset, they are a prison just as much as they are a means of liberation. While the most ideal Cover, due to the nature of demonic existence, is one with loose but verifiable mortal associations, one would imagine that these personae would become increasingly difficult to cultivate in a landscape of increasing demonic saturation. As with the previous Demon title, the first fallen on the scene would definitely have the advantage. Adding to the difficulty of finding such an ideal host is locating one which is vulnerable to infiltration, either willingly or through trickery. If there isn't a mechanic that represents these traits in Covers built into the game already, I will most definitely be adding one. Fantastic read so far - I can't wait to delve farther into what I will suspect be a new favorite of mine among game lines
  5. My New Hobby

    My first thought was "In the Arms of an Agent", by Sarah McLachlan. I'm such a freak X3
  6. Great Mysteries - Ciphers and Keys

    I think most storytellers feel that way Thank you kindly for the info!
  7. Great Mysteries - Ciphers and Keys

    Fascinating. You are tempting me as only a Faustian could, Libra. Are you interested in running or playing the aforementioned crossover?
  8. ... unholy balls o.I I'm down X3 Not being familiar with the Chronicle, I'm fairly in the dark regarding TGM, but your description of Demons is EXCEPTIONALLY enticing. Smacks a bit of Ghost in the Shell, Supernatural, and the background of Preacher as well.
  9. Re-Introduction

    Sounds quite productive, Libra! I've been out of the gaming loop for nigh on 7 years now, so while I wish I could help withyour crossover desires, I am woefully lacking in the necessary Knowledges. So sorry to hear about your lost stories, Michael. I know how frustrating those can be. I'd be interested to hear about your Apocalypse campaign if you wouldn't mind detailing it for us over in the Old World forum
  10. Re-Introduction

    Thanks, Michael. It's been a long time. Glad to see both of you still here. What have you gents been up to irl and game-wise?
  11. Re-Introduction

    It won't do anything but make me sick, but you got it
  12. Re-Introduction

    And I just realized I posted this in the wrong sub-forum. Bang up start, lol. Thanks, Libra. Glad to see an able hand at the rudder.
  13. Extremely Interested

    Has anyone run or read through the core yet? I'm very interested to hear of your impressions if so. I have a rough copy that I haven't gotten around to reading yet and would love done basic background info. From the bits I've already read on the forum, it seems very unlike what I would have expected from a nWoD Demon game.
  14. Hello

    It happens, my friend. The best we can do is learn from our mistakes and move on. Glad to see you back on here.
  15. Re-Introduction

    Hello, Everyone. It's been an exceptionally long time, but I have been out of the gaming saddle for a very long time. As the greatest creative outlet that I have ever experienced before, I am seeking my roots in an effort to reconnect with a lost fragment of my self. My departure was incendiary, which I greatly regret. I hold the few of you that I know in very high regard, and I hope to come to know more of you. Here's to hoping that all of you are well. - Grymlor, who was once Kemuel