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Since thisnotalt( pretty sure I got the spelling wrong) suggested it, I think I will create a thread just to post my stories. Ok now to find them... *Digs deep into the AMW Section to find his stories*

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Wowww.

You seriously wrote that?
It's amazing.
And totally fitting :3

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Yes, I totally wrote that. Four hundred words in two hours. Sweet...It was extremely fun writing, finding fitting words that could rhyme and move the poem along....

Hoooowwwwlllll!!

Lycan of AG

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Aww my little furry friend, I loved it!

"The blood-red Moon she signals to me,
Desperate I struggle to break free.
These iron chains bind me to a curse,
Condemned to an eternal thirst. "

and

"My limbs lengthen; I walk on all fours,
As I smash through the magnificent oak doors.
Snarling I spit vehemently on the fields,
Graveyard of my merciless kills. "

are my favourite.

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I wish I could wtite a poem... :*(

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Hey Nicho, you should read Werewolf; the Forsaken (storytelling game), their explanation on werewolfs are rather nice...
Hail Mother Luna
Let her watch over her children in all time to come

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And since I was asked:
I am not much of a poet, so I cannot really tell if it was a good poem or not, or what to improve.
I can tell you it is a good story, though my oppinion might be coloured by W:tF. The traditional werewolf myth is a good place to start, really...

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If you embrace a curse, is it then a gift?

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If you embrace a curse, is it then a gift?


Technically it would be true...Simultaneously it can be both a curse and a gift though.
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Technically it would be true...Simultaneously it can be both a curse and a gift though.

Yes, I guess.
Anyway, recommending Werewolf: the Forsaken, or Werewolf: the Apocalypse, because they are good stories, and are good inspiration.
Rather nice works.
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Rather nice works.


Theirs or mine?

Kidding.
Who wrote the books?
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Theirs or mine?

Both:P

Who wrote the books?

Well, it is in a series of storytelling games called "World of Darkness" made by Whitewolf
Trying to collect all the corebooks myself, which is hard when you have no money > >...
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Haha thanks!

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Hmmm...haven't seen them before. Perhaps I should go round the island on a Grand Book Treasure Hunt.

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Well, for some odd reason I can only find them in roleplay stores. And on the internet.
My local library has the old WoD books, which is why I miss the library I could go o when I lived at home, they had most.

But the series are good for inspiration on "Mystery and Terror", especially some of the additional books besides the corebooks.
If you find them, take a look at the one called "Innocents" (<having fiction planed with that name), which is about children in WoD. It has a quite different approach, because children are approaching horror quite differently. /nerd

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WoD? I suddenly feel very much out of context....

Try to get my erm...paws on them.

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WoD = World of Darkness. Name of the series.
W:tF = Werewolf

There is the original corebook, vampire, werewolf, mage, promethean, changeling and hunter, and sooner or later Geist.

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Sounds terribly interesting...price range...? =[ Hope I can afford them.

GAII must come out! I'm going to write more during this holiday.

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