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    • Nyrufa's Game Reviews 3 Pt B

      11 years ago


      The story behind Werewolf: the Forsaken is pretty interesting. Werewolves used to rule the world way back when the world was one massive super continent called Pangaea, or so the story goes. Werewolves used to be the guardians of the spiritual world and stopped evil spirits from wreaking havoc on the physical world and likewise, stopped the stupid and unevolved humans from effecting the spiritual world. There was only a single werewolf known as Father Wolf who did his deed flawlessly, all spirits feared his name and obeyed his every order lest they be torn asunder for trying to interfere with the opposite world.

      Father Wolf fell in love with Luna, the spirit of the moon who had come down to earth and eventually they had eight children, five of which are the founders for the playable tribes, the other three are the founders for the three non playable enemy tribes. Something happened however once the eight children were born. Father Wolf began to slowly lose his powers, he began to age and weaken, spirits began to escape and both worlds were rapidly beginning to effect each other in bad ways.

      In order for there to remain balance, five of Father Wolf's children decided that they had no choice but to kill him and choose a new leader. This act was tragic, but sadly it was indeed required or both worlds would have been destroyed long ago. Three of his children, however, decided not to kill him, thinking the very idea to be treason and wrong. The five deemed them as stupid fools and went on to slay Father Wolf in an epic battle, upon doing so, Father Wolf let out a howl that shattered the physical and spiritual world in two, separating them from each other for eternity, which in turn also shattered the massive continent into the many seen today.

      The five children were forsaken by Mother Luna who went back to her home in the moon and the three children who did not take part in the murder vowed revenge until all five of the children and their descendants were completely wiped out.

      The five Werewolves were cursed with physical human forms as well and spent centuries breeding with humans until eventually Mother Luna forgave them and granted them back a mere shadow of their former selves, they could now assume their werewolf forms once again and received special powers, but in return for such forgiveness, they must agree to take up Father Wolf's job and help fight back the spirits while protecting the spiritual world from human influence. They of course agreed thus creating the five tribes seen today.

      In addition, the werewolves were also cursed with a blinding rage, no creature in existence, not even the inner Beast of the vampires can match the fury and hatred that dwells inside a werewolf. When they assume their hybrid man-beast form, this rage is fully unleashed, slaughtering everyone in it's path without care or reason. Their rage is let out on a much smaller degree while in their other forms and with a bit of effort, can be controlled, but not while in their hybrid version as it simply overwhelms them.

      The Werewolves were given special laws to follow as well, and while I do not remember all of them, these are pretty much the top 2 rules

      1- never eat the flesh of a human or werewolf. I don't fully remember why they have this rule, but apparently feeding on such meat grants them a boost in power, but also grants some kind of horrible curse, I don't remember what it is. Instead, werewolves feed on the essences of the spirits they hunt

      2- Never breed with a fellow werewolf, always mate with humans. The reason behind this is because they create what is known as a Spirit Wolf which according to the rule book, is the ultimate enemy of the Werewolf people. When one is born, they are born in spiritual form, invisible to the physical world of humans and instantly begins to run off throughout the spirit world until it matures to adulthood and comes hunting the werewolves.

      Because they can not breed with each other without suffering the birth of their greatest enemy, they instead breed with humans. This of course is a great risk because humans can not handle seeing them in their various transformations without going insane and they constantly have to lie to their human family members about their lives to keep it under wraps. In every human/werewolf relationship, only one in every four children will be born as a werewolf. Some might be born as Wolf Blooded, while the rest are just ordinary humans.

      Wolf Blooded are humans who have a slight trace of werewolf blood in their veins, but not enough to actually upgrade into werewolf status. They are resistant to the insanity caused by witnessing a werewolf in their cross breed forms, and they might be slightly stronger, faster, and more durable than average humans, but they still classify as humans instead of werewolves. There are very rare instances in which two wolf blooded can create a werewolf through mating, but the book states there is only a 2% chance of it happening.

      So keeping their lives a secret from their human family while stalking the streets and wilderness making sure spirits and humans don't fuck around with each other makes the werewolf life very hectic, probably fare more difficult than simply hunting for blood likes vampires do each night. In addition to this, they have to avoid the deadly assassination attempts made by members of the 3 tribes who descend from the 3 children who did not kill Father Wolf, their grudge against their brothers and sisters still continues even in the modern era.

      Do you have what it takes to keep your identity a secret from friends and family? Can you handle the delicate balance between physical and spiritual worlds? Can you contain your rage burning inside you greater than any emotion ever conceived before by any creature? Can you handle being one of the Forsaken?


    • Nyrufa's Game Reviews 3 Pt A

      11 years ago


      In my last review, I talked about World of Darkness' Vampire: the Requiem. in this review, I will explain about it's sister game Werewolf: the Forsaken.


      Like with Vampire, you play as the monster, in this case a werewolf (furries will love it) but like with Vampire, Werewolf has changed a great deal of it's mythical legends to fit with the game. You do not contract lycanthropy from a bite but instead humans are born as werewolves, but they don't know it. When a human reaches a certain age, they will begin to feel emotionally detached from the civilized world, during which time they might be lucky enough to meet a werewolf. When the werewolf bites them, it awakens their werewolf heritage, but not instantly. Instead it only gives them insight as to what they are, the true transformation, known as the first change, comes about after reaching a level of intense stress or rage but afterwards, it can be done at will (much like super saiyans)

      Werewolves have about five different forms they can assume, a Human form, a mostly human form, a mostly wolf form, a wolf form, and of course the classical hybrid version man wolf thingy. Out of all five of those, they can only perform normally in either human or wolf form. Changing to the hybrid versions of those two will cause any human who witnesses them to suffer a form of insanity in which they make up some story regardless of how unbelievable that explains why they think they saw what they did, thus making it much easier for them to hide among humans than the vampires do.

      Unlike with Vampire, Werewolves are not decided by their tribes (Vampire has clans) by who bit them, but instead each tribe is a set of certain beliefs or codes and each werewolf is free to choose who they wish to join, or go solo. The Tribes are pretty much identical to that of the vampire clans.

      Blood Talons: Warrior wolves, these guys value strength above everything else. They constantly engage in battle and they treat scars like trophies, cherishing everyone of them and boasting stories of how they obtained them.

      Bone Shadows: A tribe of spiritual scholars and shaman, they travel around seeking ancient wisdom and knowledge from the spirits and learn special magic that the other tribes either do not know, or are too afraid to try it.

      Hunters in Darkness: Assassins and spies, the Hunters in Darkness are a loner tribe. Certainly a tribe as a whole, but they prefer to live individually in solitude, guarding their territories with extreme prejudice and killing almost anyone who dares to trespass. They are silent, deadly, and cunning.

      Iron Masters: The only werewolf tribe who actually chooses to blend in with humans are the Iron Masters. Named so because they live in the steel cities of man and walk about as if they are something they are not. Of all the tribes, Iron Masters are most skilled in human civilization, which is probably how they have survived so easily compared to the other Tribes.

      Storm Lords: A tribe of alpha wolves and pack leaders, the Storm Lords are one of the finest leaders of the werewolf people, although a bit arrogant. They obey their own will even if it goes against their superiors as long as they believe that their decision is wiser than their leader's, they are also fiercely protective of those under their command and take every precaution to see their safety. Natural born leaders and commanders, the Storm Lords are a great friend to have, if you can handle their arrogant attitude.

      Ghost Wolves: Those who choose not to join a tribe or have not yet decided on one are known as the Ghost Wolves. The other tribes of werewolves never attempt to force a ghost wolf to join them, although they do make several offers or invitations to do so. Ghost Wolves are not looked upon as outcasts, but rather brothers and sisters who are lost or scared. Most of the time, Ghost Wolves are only young werewolves who are scared of their new lives but later join a tribe once they come to terms. Only revenge crazed werewolves choose to permanently stay as Ghost Wolves.

      Each clan has special powers or abilities that come with it (just as each vampire clan does), but I shall explain the story behind it in part B

    • You Don't Know S***T Reviews!

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      Given the huge success of my corrupting wish game, I have decided to come up with a game that is probably unheard of before.

      The name is the You Don't Know SHIT Reviews!

      The concept behind it is that players must think of a topic, a real one!

      Then they must give a successfully detailed review about this topic, but there is a catch to it: You must have as little information about the topic on hand as possible while reviewing it!

      The aim of the game is to attempt to make a successful review about your topic despite having almost no information about it! I don't expect a single person to ever win this game!

      It's more fun if you just pick a topic that you think you understand but never really looked into it, for example, mine would be pretty much the entire fucking civilized world!

      Let the reviews begin!

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    • WOOHOO!!!

      11 years ago



    • GOOD NEWS! And bad news too..

      11 years ago


      After 2 days of tireless searching and an ass load of possible restarts, we have finally installed my computer back to working order again!

      The bad news, my internet still has not yet been installed, so even though my computer is working again, I still need other computers to communicate here until my dad installs it again.

      Also, I was correct, all my files were erased with the reinstallation. Luckilly, most of my favorite furry pics are on F.A.R.T.E.R!


    • SON OF A BITCH!!!!!

      11 years ago


      Due to a screwed up counter strike source game, my personal computer has been shot to hell and needs to be completely reinstalled from the ground up!

      Given that we can never find the CD's required when this happens for several weeks on end, this leaves me using other computers until such time as I can find these CD's.

      But even if I do, my computer will have been completely reinstalled with all it's games, files, and data removed so I'll have to do a lot of work to get it to where it once was, but I'm not playing Counter Strike ever again...

      Luckilly, we have 4 computers in my house, unluckilly, my Dad and Brother are on theirs almost 24/7 while my Mom's laptop is strictly used for buisness rather than entertainment.

      I'll still be in touch, but just not as often due to my screwed up computer....

    • Attention RVBers

      11 years ago


      This is The Game!

      You are now playing The Game!

      Rules of The Game!

      1- You are now playing The Game

      2- Do not think about The Game

      3- If you think about The Game, you lose....

      4- If you make somebody else lose The Game, you win....

      Thank you and I hope you can enjoy playing!

    • And now an announcement from Nyrufa

      11 years ago



      Testing! *static* testing, 1...2..3?

      Alright, we're good?

      Now then....

      FUCK YOU!! *glass shatters*

      this has been an announcement from Nyrufa....

    • Wedding Groom's Revenge!!

      11 years ago


      This is a true story about a wedding and a little thing called revenge.

      It was a huge wedding with about three hundred guests. After the wedding, at the reception, the groom got up on the stage at the microphone to talk to the crowd. He said that he wanted to thank everyone for coming. He especially wanted to thank the bride and groom's families for coming and for providing such a fabulous reception.

      He said he wanted to give everyone a special gift from just him. So taped to the bottom of everyone's chair was an envelope; He said that this was his gift to everyone, and that everyone should open them at the same time. Inside each envelope was an eight by ten picture of his best man having sex with the bride.

      He had gotten suspicious of the two of them and hired a private detective. After he stood there and watched the people's reactions for a couple of minutes, he turned to his best man and bride and said, "Fuck You!" then turned to the crowd and left. He had the marriage annulled 1st thing Monday morning.

      Most people's would break off the engagement right away after finding about the affair, this guy went through with it anyway, as if nothing was wrong. His revenge was making the bride's parents pay over forty thousand dollars for three hundred people at a wedding reception. Letting everyone know exactly what did happen. Best of all, trashing the bride's and best man's reputations in front of all of their friends and their entire families!

    • Who is Jack Schitt?

      11 years ago


      Who is Jack Schitt? The Lineage Revealed.

      Many people are at a loss for a response when someone says, "You don't know Jack Schitt". Now, You can handle the situation.

      Jack is the only son of Awe Schitt and O. Schitt. Awe Schitt, the fertilizer magnate, married O. Schitt, the owner of Knee-deep Schitt, Inc.

      In turn, Jack Schitt married Noe Schitt and the deeply religious couple produced 6 children: Holie Schitt, The twins; Deep Schitt and Dip Schitt, Fulla Schitt, Giva Schitt and Bull Schitt, a high school dropout.

      After being married for 15 years Jack and Noe divorced. Noe later married Mr. Sherlock and because her kids were living with them, she wanted to keep her previous name. She was known as Noe Schitt-Sherlock.

      Dip Schitt married Loda Schitt and they produced a cowardly son, Chicken Schitt. Fulla Schitt and Giva Schitt were inseparable throughout childhood and consequently, married the Happens brothers in a dual ceremony.

      The Schitt-Happens children are Dawg, Byrd and Horse. Bull Schitt the prodigal son, left home to tour the world. He recently returned with his new bride, Pisa Schitt.

      Now, when someone say's you don't know Jack Schitt, you can correct them.

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