Chase

  • Requiem for Britannia

    The year is 58 AD and Rome stands astride the world like a colossus, ruling the greatest empire the world would see for centuries. In the past century, Rome has climbed to ascendancy triumphing through bloodshed and upheavals that would have toppled lesser civilizations. In 49 BC, Julius Caesar crossed the Rubicon, pushing…[Read more]

  • Chase started the topic Embrace: Jimbo in the forum Moonlighting 2 months, 3 weeks ago

    I don’t think dying is that bad.

    It’s running up a hill, sirens wailing, dogs barking at once far away and right behind your ear– cigarette lungs gasping, stopping, lurching–whiskey head spinning,
    punching–you’re almost over that fence, barbed wire tearing that hoodie mom bought for Christmas, the last one before the chemo, painting in dull…[Read more]

  • Smokey Mountain Blues – Part 1:

    The dark night air carries the hoots and hollers of men and boys, the sweet smokey smell of whiskey and BBQ all over the blaring tunes of the one and only saint still venerated in these cynical times–Lynard Skynard.

    “Sweeeet Home Alabama!”

    It rains through the cool air, carried by the wind throught the leaves…[Read more]

  • For folks who will be playing in the upcoming DODS chronicle, as this is most of your first time creating a character in NWOD 2nd Edition aka Chronicles of Darkness, B has requested that I post a quick how to on creating your characters.

    For this chronicle, characters will be starting out as mortals and may later be embraced as kindred.  So for…[Read more]

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    Convocation: The Speech of Marcel Durand

    “The King is Dead”

     

    My salutations and my thanks for you hearing me this evening.

    Brothers and sisters in the blood…

    It has been a night of most welcome revelations.

    *Marcel smiles and holds out his arms, one in Viviane’s direction, the other in Von Verden’s.*

    When I was but a young mortal, I…[Read more]

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    Convocation: The Speech of Marcel Durand

    “The King is Dead”

     

    My salutations and my thanks for you hearing me this evening.

    Brothers and sisters in the blood…

    It has been a night of most welcome revelations.

    *Marcel smiles and holds out his arms, one in Viviane’s direction, the other in Von Verden’s.

    When I was but a young mortal, I…[Read more]

  • 17/05/2017

    Mister Pole,

    I recall our last meeting ended quite abruptly.  I found myself most rudely awakened (as slumber is the recommended physic when a Ventrue opens his mouth) to the distressing sight of the violence you met upon our brethren.  I would have sought to correct you properly, but alas you left us like deflowered virgins, w…[Read more]

  • Brother’s’ Keeper
    Part 1 – Ashes
     

    Fear.

    It hangs over the mortal cities like the noxious clouds of their own cars and factories, sweeping into the lungs and pores in their fitful sleep. The world mortals knew is no longer. Oh they tried to deny it—the images of New York, what could only be devils in the streets, Manhattan reduced to r…[Read more]

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    Brother’s’ Keeper
    Part 1 – Ashes
     

    Fear.

    It hangs over the mortal cities like the noxious clouds of their own cars and factories, sweeping into the lungs and pores in their fitful sleep. The world mortals knew is no longer. Oh they tried to deny it—the images of New York, what could only be devils in the streets, M…[Read more]

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    Brother’s’ Keeper
    Part 1 – Ashes
     

    Fear.

    It hangs over the mortal cities like the noxious clouds of their own cars and factories, sweeping into the lungs and pores in their fitful sleep. The world mortals knew is no longer. Oh they tried to deny it—the images of New York, what could only be devils in the streets, M…[Read more]

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    Brother’s’ Keeper
    Part 1 – Ashes
     

    Fear.

    It hangs over the mortal cities like the noxious clouds of their own cars and factories, sweeping into the lungs and pores in their fitful sleep. The world mortals knew is no longer. Oh they tried to deny it—the images of New York, what could only be devils in the streets, M…[Read more]

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    Brother’s’ Keeper
    Part 1 – Ashes
     

    Fear.

    It hangs over the mortal cities like the noxious clouds of their own cars and factories, sweeping into the lungs and pores in their fitful sleep. The world mortals knew is no longer. Oh they tried to deny it—the images of New York, what could only be devils in the streets, M…[Read more]

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    Fear.

    It hangs over the mortal cities like the noxious clouds of their own cars and factories, sweeping into the lungs and pores in their fitful sleep. The world mortals…[Read more]

  • On the Folly of Decius

    [Fragments from the collection of Lord Hardestadt (the Elder?), gifted to Geert von Muhlen of Kragsburg, now believed to be in the private collection of one Lady Viviane Morgause of House Tremere.]

    It is well known by historians among the kindred and those of us old enough to remember that in the centuries following the…[Read more]

  • On the Folly of Decius

    [Fragments from the collection of Lord Hardestadt (the Elder?), gifted to Geert von Muhlen of Kragsburg, now believed to be in the private collection of one Lady Viviane Morgause of House Tremere.]

    It is well known by historians among the kindred, and those of us old enough to remember that in the centuries following the…[Read more]

  • On the Folly of Decius

    [Fragments from the collection of Lord Hardestadt (the Elder?), gifted to Geert von Muhlen of Kragsburg, now believed to be in the private collection of one Lady Viviane Morgause of House Tremere.]

    It is well known by historians among the kindred, and those of us old enough to remember that in the centuries following the…[Read more]

  • On the Folly of Decius

    [Fragments from the collection of Lord Hardestadt (the Elder?), gifted to Geert von Muhlen of Kragsburg, now believed to be in the private collection of one Lady Viviane Morgause of House Tremere.]

    It is well known by historians among the kindred and those of us old enough to remember that in the centuries following the…[Read more]

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  • Chase started the topic Innocents in the forum Moonlighting 1 year, 3 months ago

    FYI. Giovanni. Squick factor high…

    Innocents

    A Giovanni Story

    By Chase

    Las Vegas Suburbs, 1962…

    The afternoon sun hung low in the sky, the dry heat swept along by a sweet summer breeze. Nicky closed his eyes and took in the sweet scents of the blooming trees. The sunlight wrapped his body like a warm blanket. He saw it from the cold dank…[Read more]

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