Here scheme, shitpost, trade questions.
The Aberrations intrigue me. I'm curious to know more about them overall.
From what I understand they're not embraced/turned in the traditional way. Is it because of this they are not considered "proper" vampires? Or is it because their powers can't match the clans' levels? How deranged are they?
m thinking about playing a... party face? does that make sense? not sure quite how to describe it...
Ooh I do like the Underworld idea. A former skeptical mercenary from the Frontier now plagued by visions of what he deemed to be hell came to my mind. I imagine he would desesperately cling to faith upon being revived. Both as a way to cope and to prevent himself from being brought there again, despite him being unholy by his very nature.Aberrations are created when a Necromancer attempts resurrection; when they place the soul back into the corpse and animate, the result is an Aberration.
For this reason they're not considered real Vampires and often reviled by the Clans.
How deranged is up to you, really. Maybe they've got a not-entirely delusional case of Cotard's Syndrome. Maybe they've spent some time feral and sometimes struggle to rein in animal instincts. Maybe they spent so long dead before being brought back that they have flashbacks to a life they no longer remember.
Maybe they even seem to recall memories which are not their own. Or memories of Underworld.
Oh, Crocodile, I was planning to have a Loxite NPC drag the party together, so if you've any interest in being the progeny of an established Loxite nobleman with friends in high places and a love of archaeology let me know.
Sounds interesting!Aberrations lend themselves to brawn, and perhaps his unique Sorcery could reflect his link to the Underworld.
In fact, the Magic chapter of the rulebook explores the nature of the World Without Sun a bit, and I dug this out of my files today: Love, With Its Back Turned (format is probably quite ugly until I have a bit of time to clean it up and probably adjust some wording).
Probably a lesser noble or trained middle class like a doctor or labor boss.
I enjoyed the little read, Guillaume quickly grew on me. I'll check out the chapter to get a sense of how his visions might look.
Still reading up on the document, but I'm thinking of a character concept of a nearly-killed magi with a hobby in invention? Perhaps with a hot-tempered wish for revenge... If it's alright to play a magi, of course! ^^ And of course I'm torn between Gorite & Ithim. Both seem really interesting and its hard to pick between the two!