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  • You seem to have had a problem with me recently. I don't know what it is. Do you think my writing sucks or something.

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    • ...is this about the 28 days later articles?

      I ask only because I didn't look at the original author behind the articles I edited today. If this is the case, I don't have any problems with you personally, sir: it's the pages, not you.

      In the case of the articles on the Priest, the Kid, and the Monkeys, I take issue with them because I honestly don't think they deserve articles of their own: in the case of the first two, they're largely inconsequential and have no character that could distinguish them from the other infected. In the case of the monkeys... well, same problems apply - plus, I'm pretty sure this wiki has a policy against animals being included as villains unless they're distinctly abnormal.

      Again, not a problem with you, sir.

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  • has Pestilence ever made an appearance?

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  • would it not be better to be organization than hostile species? True the clan consists of vampires but it is clan; it has a leader, structures, base and those work for the clan etc.

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    • Trouble is, Clans in Vampire the Masquerade aren't organizations, but bloodlines - meaning they're specific types of vampire, each with its own unique biological quirks and even specific superpowers.

      A member of the Tzimisce clan will always be one of the Tzimisce bloodline, able to trace their lineage back to the Eldest, the Tzimisce Antediluvian. You can't have a Toreador vampire become a member of the Tzimisce clan, because they weren't Embraced into the Tzimisce clan - they were Embraced into the Toreador clan (and vice versa).

      They will always possess the clan-unique discipline of Vicissitude, they will always need to sleep in their native soil, and they will always be targeted for assimilation by the Eldest when Gehenna finally dawns. No exceptions, no variations except for the Caitiff and Thin-Bloods brought about through excessive breeding. Ergo, species rather than organization.

      Clans themselves are often too decentralized to act as organizations anyway: because vampires are so often at each other's throats, getting them together is a tricky business except as a Sect - with the exceptions of the Tremere Clan, who are all blood-bound to serve as a unified front, and the Nosferatu Clan, who have to band together in order to avoid being hunted down by the Nikutu. And even in those cases, you still end up with traitors like the Antitribu - all of whom are still counted as members of the Clan despite being traitors to the Camarilla.

      Finally, each Clan as a whole generally serve as the membership of an actual organization, namely a sect: The Tzimisce are almost always members of the Sabbat, alongside the Lasombra clan, the Antitribu of various other clans, and many others.

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    • okay, I see your detailed and knowledgeable explanations so I am compelled to relent.

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  • are you going to make an article about him? If you do...

    How do you put that woman-blade thingies? I wouldn't call them tentacles...

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  • those mentioned skills do exist.

    1. when that energy blast hits Torque while he is in his rage state, he regresses back to human. Also the energy attack inflicts same damage as fire.

    2. Stolen rage meters will be added to Blackmore so he can 'transform'. One of the thing you do not want it to happen.

    3. He teleports.

    4. He cannot be killed by guns. Only in rage mode Blackmore can be damaged.

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    • I am doing just that. Have a patience. You can write additional infos should you find my infos to be lacking.

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    • There. Finished.

      sorry about edit-conflict. That was not intentional.

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  • working on Talyn warship?

    just curious.

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  • if Torque kills a pair of caged Slayers, Carmen yells at him.

    I was like, huh?

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  • I would say Blackmore fits Destroyer of Innocence:

    I remember what Blackmore does to Cory in neutral karma.

    Infernas: Psychopath or Mentally ill?

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    • I agree to the Destroyer of Innocence, but as for the Infernas... hard to say: they're technically children, so it's a little difficult to classify them as psychopaths. Plus, they later express remorse, so I doubt they qualify.

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  • pure good?

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  • who's next? ;)

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