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Just Being Silly

October 29, 2010

If you’re unfamiliar with Lonely Island’s song, I’m on a Boat, I cannot recommend it enough, though it is strongly NSFW. During a thread on the White Wolf forums, someone suggested Malfeas interacting with this video, and I found the concept so entertaining, I had to make a Charm. I hope this makes you laugh.

As Real as it Gets
Cost: 6 motes; Mins: Malfeas 0, Essence 3; Type: Simple (Speed 4, DV -1)
Keywords: Combo-OK, Emotion
Duration: One Scene
Prerequisite Charms: Crowned with Fury

Though Malfeas himself has not been on a boat since well before the Primordial War (for what structure could hope to contain his Empyreal Majesty?), his Slayers have since found that, sometimes, it pays to be on the deck. When the Infernal activates this Charm, he releases a scream of primal fury and rage, usually expressing some vulgarity and/or a statement of the Infernal’s invulnerability. This bellow cows the spirit of any structure in or on which the Infernal stands (usually used on, but not limited to, boats or similar vessels), making it subservient to the Infernal for the Charm’s duration. As long the Charm lasts, the Infernal gains one bonus die to all non-Reflexive actions taken while in or on the structure. This explicitly does not count against dice caps. Furthermore, all who hear the vulgar roar have the memory of the Infernal’s presence burned into their minds, making it impossible to forget that the Infernal was, in fact, in or on the structure. This is an Emotion effect which can be resisted for a cost of one Willpower.
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One comment

  1. 😀



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