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Subject:Quiz I took after talkign soooo long to Armie
Time:04:03 am
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The response I loved the most was "Cloud-gazing. Not just for the shapes, or the meanings of the shapes, but the meanings in the cracks between them"

I had actually gotten Giovanni, but I went back and changed the "But the stars are so lovely" answer to "Sleep well, Sir" to get a clan from Bloodlines and because "Sleep well, Sir" is actually more what I woudl say (I took the 'stars' answer as being flirty :3)









Which Vampire: The Masquerade clan do you belong in?




The scintillating, complicated unlives of the Kindred of Clan Toreador are an incomprehensible mess of pleasure-seeking and subterfuge to many others of their kind. Most Toreador are creatures of passion and feeling, embracing art, literature, or even outright hedonism in search of something that truely gives unlife beauty and meaning. Many of them become great creators, with all eternity to hone their arts, but most of them learn to appreciate, even envy, the tragically fleeting works of the mortal masters. Cultivating some of the best (and sometimes worst) aspects of humanity, they wield powers of great social and physical grace. However, many fall prey to their own quest for beauty, their senses growing so easily ensnared as to make them easy marks for more "practical" Kindred.
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You aren't sure where you came from. Perhaps your sire did an embrace and run. Or maybe your sire was an outcast himself. Either way, your powers are unique and really don't belong to any clan...or maybe a little from each. Because you of these circumstances, you aren't really sure where you belong. You tend to wander and do a bit of soul searching in your eternal life. Maybe some day...you have a while after all

What Vampire Clan Do You Belong To?

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alchemy_hisoka
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Time:2008-03-15 06:32 am (UTC)
The Giovanni appear in the last quarter of Bloodlines. As Gary says: "Oh, you're going to love this - they've got skeletons in their closets - literally! I should've played the catskills. Incest, organized crime, death cults - that's the Giovanni. Spaghetti and corpses, boss." dev invited himself to the fun house. :p

The Giovanni keep zombies in their basements. They also wiped out Clan Cappadocian, which was similar but much cooler (Mortis > Necromancy). Serena, my favourite playable character from Redemption, is a Cappadocian.

(Toreador suits you much better. ^^)


As for the quizzes, I got the same result as you on the second one. The first one surprised me; I honestly was not trying to get Malkavian and thought it might label me either Gangrel or Tremere.







Which Vampire: The Masquerade clan do you belong in?




Perhaps the most alienated of all the clans, Clan Malkavian's mention makes the blood of most vampires run just a little colder. Some say the clan to be the keepers of secrets older and more terrible than any but they could imagine. This is reinforced by their thorough command of the powers of perception. They can see things few others can, from the physically unseen to the twisted depths of the subconcious mind right up to the wrinkles in fate that might be more than just chance. But obscuring, or some might say causing, all of this is the madness that runs in their cold veins, twisting the minds of all the clan's members to frayed wrecks of sanity. Or perhaps just thrusting them, thrashing and screaming, into a whole new level of horrible awareness.
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lady_noremon
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Time:2008-03-15 10:02 am (UTC)
o_o;

I got that impression from them. Also the part about their feeding causing terrible pain... >_<;

(Really? *snerf*)

I found this! [http://vtm-core.hit.bg/index.html] after reading a bunch of it I REALLY wish I could play ;____; I want a sex-pot Toreador with Auspex, Celerity.

Wee~

[I like the Malkavian's hair in the quiz picture :3]
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alchemy_hisoka
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Time:2008-03-17 01:17 am (UTC)
Ahh, the tabletop version of V:tM! I was never able to play with anyone because no one lived near me and, for some reason I don't remember, I never tried to play it online. I should bring the V:tM corebook with me; it's a pity it's not in print anymore, along with the rest of the oWoD [old World of Darkness] books. All I have is the corebook, V:tM Storyteller's Handbook, Clanbook: Malkavian, Clanbook: Tremere, Laws of the Night [V:tM LARP corebook], and a few other random books [including The Book of Nod]. I also have a Clan Tremere T-shirt that's way too big for me and a set of D10 dice with Camerilla design. And Redemption and Bloodlines, obviously. And a ton of unused characters sheets.

. . .

Alright, so I do have quite a bit of oWoD stuff. Just not that much considering the vast amounts of books they published for V:tM. Most of it was also bought when I was in Junior High. (Ahh, I feel old.)

There was supposedly a V:tM tabletop game last PortCon on Friday and Saturday nights. I wasn't able to go, though, so I'm not sure who organized it or how many players they got. I'd say we should start our own game, but I'm not sure how it would work with only two players; we could always do it randomly for fun. :p

(One advantage Redemption has over Bloodlines is that there's a multiplayer RP mode so you can invent your own Chronicles and play over the internet. However, I never quite figured out how to use it in Storyteller mode and I've no idea if anyone still plays it.)

[All of the Clan images are taken from their respective Clanbook covers. ^^]

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lady_noremon
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Time:2008-03-17 12:16 pm (UTC)
I used to play D20 online, RPGs with dice work-out pretty well in IMs.

I'd say you have a lot :P [and I have something I plan to send you, that I shall say no more on till after it arrives >;P]

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(=O You are old! *bwahahaha* I am kidding~! You are like what; only 2 years older than me? I'd say you were old if you were past my current dating limit of 25 :P and even then you wouldn't be old-old till like 50-ish :P)

It says in the core rulebook that the minimum is 2 players, and I haven't had problems playing D20 with only 2 people. Now if we were doing LARP I'd want more people...unless we were going against V:tM rules and --yeah *snickers*!

I think we should try playing it (this Summer or online) *hehe*, even if we utterly fail or all we can do is crack. [The more I read the more I want to play D: However the more I read the more I like the Toreador and become scared of the Tzimisce >.> (Like what the fuck? Able to 'sculpt flesh'...*shivers*)] Will my purple-glittery D20 dice be ok *hee*? [and I must warn you, I'm not good at GMing simply because I have like no practice with it. Also you need to promise me if we do try it and decide to try it again, that if you change your mind and no longer want to play that you will tell me so I don't get my hopes up --I really like playing RPGs...]

(but doesn't Redemption not have Malkavians or Toreadors (my 2 favourites!)? It would be cool to play though :3)

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alchemy_hisoka
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Time:2008-03-24 03:59 am (UTC)
Woo for tabletop V:tM game! (Now we need a name for our Chronicle . . .)

V:tM is built on D10, but I think there are rules somewhere on how to adjust it for D20. In any case, I have a set of D10s complete with a Camarilla logo-bearing, green velvet carrying bag. They've never really been used. So either way, we have dice. ^^

(Aww, but Tzimisce are fun! I think you have to be in a twisted mood to play them, but they're fun nonetheless. I'd play a Tzimisce. [I was originally going to name my main Bloodlines character 'Andrei', which just happened to be the name of the sole Tzimisce in the game.])

I've never been storyteller/dungeon master/game master, so I'm probably even more inexperienced on that front than you.

(Redemption has one Malkavian, he's just not a playable character. There are two Toreador characters - one playable, one not - but neither appear until more than half-way through the game. Nevertheless, Redemption is still worth trying. [It does, however, play completely differently than Bloodlines.])

(Also, Redemption has lots of Tremere and Tzimisce to beat up if you've decided you don't like them. :p There isn't a single nice Tremere in the entire game. ;_;)
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