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The Transylvania Chronicles cross over with Vampire: The Masquerade and Dark Tides Rising Includes: The Springboard for a four-part epic chronicle An. Transylvania Chronicles I: Dark Tides Rising is the first book in the four-volume, century-spanning PDF: $ The Transylvania Chronicles crossover with Vampire: The Masquerade and span years of Cainite and mortal history. The Transylvania Chronicles cross over with Vampire: The Masquerade and span years of Cainite and mortal history. Players now have a chance to make.
I like my Malkavians clever and perceptive as hell Hannibal Lecter is a good benchmark. So if you want to use Octavio, let him have some plausible hypothesis why Kupala grants him these visions. Something like that.
A unique mode of prophecy: In the books, both Anatole and Octavio receive their visions in short fits which leave them dazed and confused in the immediate aftermath. I recommend using it for Anatole, because the characters will actually witness more of these moments of Anatole, sometimes in situations where timing is important.
With Octavio you have a little more room to move in, so I recommend changing the way his visions are received. Whatever your imagination comes up with is fine, it only should be distinct from what Anatole does. Maybe something involving the soil? Because Kupala is bound to the land? Maybe he drinks a concoction of blood and dirt in order to entice a vision… Drop Octavio and use Anatole from the very beginning This sounds contradictory to what I said above.
Because the change is important.
This change can happen inside one character. But it has to be visible. Let the players and their characters experience this change. Have them witness several moments of epiphany, when Anatole finally realizes he has made false assumptions about his visions all along. Drop Octavio, use some other character who differs from Anatole This is what I did.
My initial thoughts were to simply create a complementary character to Anatole. Anatole is male, Malkavian, a fitful and passive visionary he receives visions and he is a stranger in Transylvania. So I thought a good starting point would be a female non-Malkavian who actively seeks visions and is native to the region.
With the Kupala-connection, I quickly decided to have a koldun sorceress of Clan Tzimisce to replace Octavio. Such a person could use her powers of blood magic to gain visions from Kupala, compelling him to reveal himself through powerful rituals. To work out the details, I browsed the web hunting for inspiration, looking for ancient slavic or romanian goddesses or other mythical figures.
In germanic mythology, you have the Norns , as well as the trinity consisting of Frigg , Freyja and Hel. In Greek mythology, you have the Moirai , whom the Romans called Parcae. Quite often, these three women are represented as a young woman, a middle-aged woman and an old woman, representing three qualities: beauty, motherhood and wisdom.
The Zorya — Transylvania Edition I changed the names somewhat to make them easier to pronounce and remember, and made them children of the Tzimisce Methuselah Byelobog. This is what I came up with: Utrenaya A stunningly beautiful, fair haired woman apparently in her late teens, with tons of sex appeal. Her most powerful time is the last third of the night, the hours before dawn.
Her visions show her the potential of what might come to pass, the possible future. Her powers relate to creation, life, growth and joy.
Her symbol is the blossom. Vechernaya A beautiful dark haired woman in her early forties, with an air of calm and majesty. Her most powerful time is the first third of night, the hours right after sunset. Her visions show her what is supposed to be, i.
Her powers relate to binding, protection, preservation and responsibility. Her symbol is the fruit. Poluchenaya A somewhat menacing white haired woman way beyond her seventies, whose demeanour alternates between a world-weary, cynical, wicked sense of humour and a deep, patient and helpful wisdom.
Her most powerful time is the middle third of the night, the hours around midnight. Her visions show her the the chaos, bloodshed and destruction that might come to pass, the dreaded future. The fear of the unknown. Her powers relate to destruction, death, ending and sadness.
Her symbol is the leafless tree of winter. As mortals, the three were sisters. Triplets, in fact. Even as little girls they showed a remarkable gift for prophecy and thus caught the eye of the Tzimisce Methuselah Byleobog.
He embraced the eldest sister first, when she was in the bloom of her beauty, still a virgin. He waited more than twenty years before embracing the second eldest sister, when she had raised her children.
The youngest sister he embraced when she was an old woman, when the first of her grandchildren had grown up. Thus, he reversed the order of life to close the circle of life and death.
Together, the three of them deeply delved into the mysteries of koldunic sorcery and over time where drawn closer to the spiritual heart of the Tzimisce territory: Transylvania.
Born of Darkness Saulot has fallen, and to what end? The demon Kupala rages in his ancestral home at whose behest? Beneath the dead soil of Transylvania pulses an undying heart, but for how long? The prophecies of Gehenna are coming to fruition in the Dark Medieval world.
Only those who would defy destiny itself can stem the dark tide of the final nights Bearers of Unholy Li Born of Darkness Saulot has fallen, and to what end? Only those who would defy destiny itself can stem the dark tide of the final nights Bearers of Unholy Light Dark Tides Rising, the first of the four-part Transylvania Chronicles, takes characters on the ride of their unlives--through the epic annals of Cainite history.
Coteries play vital roles in the Nosferatu Zelios' titanic struggle to bind dread Kupala, in treacherous Goratrix' return to the Tremere's Ceoris chantry and in the Anarch Revolt itself.
The Transylvania Chronicles cross over with Vampire: The Masquerade and span years of Cainite and mortal history.
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