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Well-Oiled Running

Rank 1 Glass Walkers Gift

Camp: Dies Ultimae

The greatest toll a Soldier has is her equipment. The worst enemy she has is the possibility of it failing. This Gift greatly reduces those chances by safeguarding machinery against environmental factors. It is taught by a dust, war, or water-spirit.

System: The player spends one Gnosis point and rolls Stamina + Crafts (difficulty 7). The Garou safeguards one machine against natural corrosion or adverse weather for one day per success. This machine can still be damaged by direct attacks.

Source: Tribebook: Glass Walkers (Revised)


Fair Path

Rank 1 Shadow Lord (Hakken) Gift

The Hakken appears at formal ceremonies clean and dressed in proper attire, even if he has just returned from battle. A water-spirit teaches this Gift.

System: The Hakken places her hand in clean water; the player rolls Charisma + Etiquette. The Hakken gains one die to all Appearance-related rolls for the rest of the scene.

Source: 20th Anniversary Edition


Drunken Spider

Rank 2 Stargazers Gift

This Gift is primarily practiced by those Stargazers who feel that the Weaver is the true enemy of Gaia. With this ability, the Stargazer may affect the logic centers of any Weaver-spirit, jumbling its mind into sluggish discord. If the spirit isn’t part of any physical manifestation mirrored in the “real” world, the spirit is merely hampered and confused. If performed on a spirit that’s part of the soul of a machine, it actually makes the machine work significantly less efficiently, and thus makes it harder to use. A computer affected as such may not do what the user intends. Hitting “Enter,” for instance, might trigger the “Backspace” key instead. Or opening a document might cause it to appear as gibberish. This Gift can be taught by either a cockroach-spirit or a water-

System: The player spends one Willpower point and rolls Charisma + Crafts (difficulty of the spirit’s Gnosis). If the spirit is “alone” and unassociated with any real world device, then each success on this roll reduces the spirit’s Willpower rolls to act by one die. If the spirit is associated with a machine, then each success raises the difficulty to use the device by one as it acts oddly and performs erratically and slowly. The muddling effects last for the duration of the scene.

Source: Stargazers Tribebook (revised)


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