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Zachariah.
« on: July 09, 2015, 10:18:22 PM »



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We’re Garou.
We draw out the toxins from our Mother’s blood,
cut away Her cancers,
slay the parasites feeding on Her flesh.
But once the surgery’s done,
you have to bind the wounds back up, too.




Basic  Information

Name: Zachariah Novak.
Age: Twenty-nine.
Birthday: March 7th, 1969.
Place of Birth: Unknown.
- Zachariah was swept from his home shortly after his birth, so the only person who truly knows where he was born is his father.

Nature: Caregiver.
- The Caregiver takes her comfort in consoling others or assisting them with their problems. Healing the wounded and lending strength to the weak is the source of the Caregiver’s resolve. Werewolf Caregivers often have strong Kinfolk ties, and draw motivation from the nurturing ideal of the Earth Mother.

Demeanor: Conniver.
- The Conniver prefers deceit and misdirection to hard work and open confrontation. He may be an outright thief and swindler, or he might be a manipulator hoping to influence those in charge to achieving his goals for them. The Shadow Lords have a reputation for having Connivers among their tribe, but any tribe has its share of werewolves willing to play a more subtle game.

Affiliation: Children of Gaia.
- The Children of Gaia seem to be a study in contradiction. They are Gaia’s warriors, yet they want nothing more than peace. No Garou work harder and plead more humbly for cooperation between the tribes than they do. None grieve more when forced to shed the blood of a fellow werewolf. More than any other tribe, they value compassion for all Gaia’s children, even those that hold them in contempt. Many Garou mistake this compassion for weakness, — only to discover that the Children’s hatred of war doesn’t preclude the ability and will to fight — and fight well.

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- The tribe has its origins in the days of the Impergium, when they protested the practice of culling humans and fighting over territory. When the Garou Nation came to an accord and agreed to end the Impergium, the peacemakers who had led the effort formalized a pact with Unicorn and became the Children of Gaia. They are the only tribe born from an act of peace, and they take great pride in of this origin. The Children of Gaia’s primary purpose is that of all Garou — fight the Wyrm, wherever it breeds and wherever it dwells. But their chosen secondary purpose is to mediate disputes and alliances among septs and packs, strengthening the Nation as a whole. It’s a difficult job, made more difficult by the contempt they face from many more martial tribes. But as they argue, it’s critical.

The Children of Gaia are a comparatively numerous tribe. Rivals claim it’s because they shrink from combat — but that’s not true. They do well by adopting other Garou, any who ask. They are especially respectful of metis, treating them as equals. They have less of an advantage with lupus numbers, though several wolf-born that grew up not understanding the concept of “war” find the Children’s ideal most natural.

Unicorn’s children are less concerned with strict rank and hierarchy. Though still powered by wolf instinct, they favor fairly loose pack and sept organization. Each sept has two elders who must excel at mediation: the Voice of the Goddess (always female) and the Arm of the Goddess (always male).

The Children constantly involve themselves in the arena of human politics, more so than many other tribes. They face the same limitations that all werewolves do where subtlety is concerned, but still they use what influence they can, particularly through their Kin, to promote agendas of compassion, peace and tolerance. The tribal creed states that the war for Gaia can’t be won without loyal human hearts. It’s an uphill battle, though, and boundlessly frustrating. When the time comes for war, more than one Child of Gaia lets out a pent-up Rage that’s horrifying in its strength.

Camp: The Patient Deed.
- The Patient Deed works to build unity across tribal boundaries. Historically, Patient Deed members reached out to the Uktena and Wendigo in America’s Old West and sought to mend fences between Europeans and colonized nations. They believe that the Nation does not have a single Garou to lose, and that only through welcoming and understanding other tribes’ values and priorities can the Garou truly be united.

Totem: Unicorn.
- Unicorn is a totem of peace, purity, healing, and harmony. As such, she is the tribal totem of the Children of Gaia. She embodies the blissful and encompassing love of Gaia.



Characteristics

Ethnicity: Caucasian.
Race: Garou.
Breed: Metis.
Auspice: Ragabash.
A child born on the new moon is destined to be a master of stealth, trickery and guile. Such werewolves are known as “Questioners of the Ways,” and they are granted latitude to break — or at least bend — the rules of Garou society that other werewolves are not. The thinking is simple: If a tenet does not stand up under questioning, it should not be observed at all. These Garou hunt under the dark of the moon, coming up with the tactics to kill a foe that make more honorable Garou blanch.

Rank: Athro
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- Athro have risen very high in the hierarchy of the Garou. They are mighty warriors, renowned lorekeepers, wise leaders, notorious tricksters, and famous judges. Werewolves that want a place among this elite group need to demonstrate exceptional skill and intelligence, and those very rare Garou who manage to attain this Rank on the first try are held in awe even by their peers.

Glory 10/10
Honor 10/10
Wisdom 9/10

Allegiance: Gaia, the Wyld.
Hair colour: Brown.
Eye colour: Green.
Distinguishing Features: Zachariah sports a forked tongue, that of a serpent, which is fairly noticeable if you're speaking with him. In his wolf forms, he also has two tails instead of one, making him stand out among others. He has a very calming and serene aura about him, literally resonating with it, like all high renowned Children of Gaia; which can be intimidating in itself. He wears a flashy golden rolex watch on his right wrist that looks a bit out of place when paired with his casual outfit.

Height: 6'2'' (187.96 centimeters).
Weight: 192lbs (87 kilograms).



Forms:

Homid
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Glabro
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Lupus
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Hispo
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Crinos
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Known Rituals:
- Rite of Talisman Dedication (Rank 1).
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This rite allows a Garou to bind objects to her body, allowing these objects to fit the Garou's various forms (jeans will grow to accommodate the size increase of the Crinos form, etc.) and accompany the Garou into the Umbra. Such talismans are most commonly mundane items, for spiritual items such as fetishes and talens automatically remain with the Garou in all forms. A Garou most often performs this rite during the phase of the moon under which he was born. Each auspice has its own peculiar ritual.

System: The cost is one Gnosis point per object dedicated, and a Garou may never have more objects bound to himself than his Gnosis score. Certain particularly large objects (Storyteller's discretion) are considered more than one of the purpose of "cost". For the purposes of Dedication, an entire set of clothing is considered one item.

The Storyteller and the player should decide what happens to the object when the character assumes certain forms. For example, when the character assumes Crinos form, her backpack's straps may simply grow to fit around her shoulders (although the pack still cannot hold more items than normal). When the character is in Hispo form, her knife may meld with her body. In such cases, the object will appear as a tattoo; others must spend a Willpower point to remove the object from the character.

- Rite of Cleansing (Rank 1).
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This rite purifies a person, place or object, allowing it to be used without fear of Wyrm-taint. The most common form of this rite involves the ritemaster inscribing a circle on the earth, walking counterclockwise around the afflicted person(s) or object(s) while holding a smoldering branch or torch. She must use a branch (preferably willow or birch) dipped in pure water or snow to sprinkle the object or person cleansed. As the ritemaster does so, all Garou present release an eerie, otherworldly howl in an attempt to frighten away the corrupting influence. Ideally, this rite is performed at dawn, but may function at any time.

System: This  rite  can  be  cast  upon  more  than  one  person or object, but the ritemaster must spend one Gnosis point on each extra thing in need of cleansing. Only one success is required. The difficulty level depends on the level of taint. For instance, taint caused by a spirit might carry a difficulty of the spirit’s Gnosis. If the rite is performed at dawn, the difficulty decreases by one. This rite cannot heal wounds or damage caused by Wyrm-taint — it only removes the spiritual contamination itself. This rite cannot cleanse taint of the most innate sort, either, instead inflicting agony  when performed upon a fomor, vampire, unrepentant Black  Spiral Dancer or other similarly corrupt being.

- Rite of Contrition (Rank 1).
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This rite is a form of apology. The offending party uses it to prevent the enmity of spirits or Garou whom an individual has offended, or to prevent war between septs or tribes. The rite most often involves the enactor dropping to her belly and sliding forward. The ritemaster may also whine and lick his paws or hands. If performed well, however, a simple inclination of the head may suffice. To enact the rite successfully, the Garou must either give a small gift to the offended individual or, in the case of a spirit, possess some aspect of the spirit in question (for example, a clay falcon if the Garou is appealing to the totem spirit Falcon) that he pays homage to.

System: The difficulty level of the rite equals the Rage of the target spirit or werewolf. A single success suffices for a gracious apology, but may not be enough to mend friendships or undo grievous errors. The more successes rolled, the greater the wrong that can be forgiven. Werewolves who refuse to recognize a Rite of Contrition are looked upon poorly by elders. Most spirits will always accept a well-performed rite.

- Rite of Accomplishment (Rank 2).
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This rite is used to honor a Garou and recognize the trials he has endured to attain his current standing. An elder will call the honored Garou forward, much as the Garou might be called forward should the elders want to punish or criticize her. As the Garou advances, the elder begins listing all of the things the Garou did to gain the new Renown. The Rite of Accomplishment then takes place, and anyone who wishes to speak on behalf of the Garou being honored may do so. In conclusion, the elder says something along the lines of, "She is made greater in her tribe, her sept, and greater among the People everywhere. Let this be known."

System: This rite is performed when a Garou has 10 points of temporary Renown in a category and wishes to gain a point of permanent Renown. The difficulty is only 4 unless someone disputes the rite (see below). The difficulty in this instance is raised to 6. Only one success is required. A failure on the roll is considered indicative of a failing in the applicant - the ritemaster will receive a portent from Gaia showing the unworthiness of the applicant. If the roll botches, the applicant must undergo a penance before anyone will again give him the Rite of Accomplishment. Such is the injustice of society.

It is possible, although rare, that someone will try to dispute the rite. In this case, the disputer stands and heckles the ritemaster as he performs the rite, making bold assertions about the negative qualities of the applicant. The applicant so insulted must make a Rage roll not to frenzy; if he frenzies, the rite is over. If he keeps his cool, and the rite is successful, then no one can rightfully question his worthiness for at least three moons (no one can dispute any Rites of Accomplishment performed upon him during the next month and a half).

- Rite of Comfort (Rank 2).
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This rite is a healing ritual for Harano. It does not cure the condition, although the rite of Asklepios can indicate possible cures. The ritemaster can, however, prevent the afflicted one from passing any deeper into Harano. The ritemaster chants, burns mystic incense and engages the sufferer in breathing exercises. The dispirited one may leave before the rite begins, but not after it has started. This ritemaster may perform this rite more than once for each werewolf suffering from Harano.

System: The ritemaster chants, leads the sick one in breathing rituals, and makes a Charisma + Rituals roll. The recipient takes the number of successes as extra Willpower, which she may spend to resist Harano. She may not harm herself (such as through self-mutilation or suicide) until all the bonus points of Willpower are gone.

- Rite of Praise (Rank 2).
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This rite honors a werewolf who has given more, risked more, and sacrificed more than necessary for the good of other Garou, Gaia, or anything related. The entire sept is gathered as the ritemaster presents the commendation, often with a token worthy of the honoree, such as a fetish, as a final reward. This rite is not used lightly, or to reward expected behavior — it honors only the greatest.

System: The ritemaster presents to the sept the deeds and actions of the chosen Garou warranting such praise. For each success on a Charisma + Rituals roll (difficulty 6), the praised Garou gains an extra die to use for Social dice pools within the sept over the next three months.

- Rite of Asklepios (Rank 3).
Spoiler for Explanation:
The ancient Greek healer Asklepios was the greatest physician of the ancient world, and the Children and their Kin aided his cult for a thousand years. This rite allows the ritemaster and his patient(s) to see the correct cure for diseases and wounds untreatable normally. Only a few Children of Gaia still know it.

System: The ritemaster prays over the patient, who then sleeps all night in an underground shrine, either a small room (hence, "incubation") or burrow for a Lupus. The ritemaster then rolls Wits + Rituals, difficulty 7, or 8 for illnesses of unknown origin. In the night, a spirit such as Asklepios, Clara Maas or Carlos Finley (the discoverer of yellow fever vaccine) will appear to the patient and explain how to cure the disease. For each success of the ritemaster, one level of damage will be cured. The patient and the ritemaster will then perform a sacrifice to Gaia. This can be a gift of goods or treasures, but can also be a service or quest to aid the ritemaster.

- Rite of the Totem (Rank 3).
Spoiler for Explanation:
This rite binds a totem to a group of Garou, joining them together as a pack. During the rite, all werewolves who wish to bind their destinies to a particular totem spirit must coat their eyes with an infusion of saliva and mugwort, tobacco, or a similar substance holy to Gaia and step sideways  into the Umbra. In the spirit world, the ritemaster leads the Garou in a hunt for the spiritual spoor  left  by a totem spirit. Such evidence varies with the spirit, but Garou worthy of the totem's attention can always find it. Even tracking down the spirit doesn’t guarantee success, for the totem must decide whether the Garou are worthy to become its fosterlings. An undecided totem may require a quest of the supplicants, although one is almost never required if the pack has just completed a Rite of Passage successfully.

System: Characters must purchase the Totem Background  to  benefit  from  this  rite.  Otherwise,  the  rite  is simply not performed. The roll is standard.



Family

Parents: Charles Novak and Christina Cruz, deceased.
Siblings: Ruth Novak.
Children: Good one.
Relationship with parents: Awful.
Relationship with siblings: Good.
Relationship with children: N/A.
Marital status: Single.
Sexual orientation: Bisexual.



Trivia

Does he smoke?: Not tobacco.
Does he drink?: Yes.
Is Religious?: Gaian.
Aware of supernatural presence?: Aware.



Relations

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[ooo] - Enemy/Despise: Distrust, hate, or dead.
[ooo] - Dislike: Distant, avoiding.
[ooo] - Neutral: no judgement yet, just met, no thoughts about person.
[ooo] - Good opinion: appreciation, like.
[ooo] - Friendly: sympathetic, valuing.
[ooo] - Close friends: admiring, deep appreciation, would die for.
[ooo] - Romantic interest: Love, adoration.
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Louie Montana. - "Good friend gone too soon."
Svanr Thorroddrson. - "Pussy-whipped asshole."
"If I see you again, I'm ripping your head off your shoulders."

Octavia Cross. - "Fucking psychopathic cunt."
Douglas. - "Word around town is you died. You definitely didn't deserve it. I'm sorry."
Nathan. - "You're alright."
Sakke. - "One of the few sweeds I like."
"You're just a child."

Jackson. - "Good ally and friend."
Flynn. - "You were alright."
Riley Burke. - "You're alright."
Farkas. - "Can be hotheaded at times, but what can you expect from a Fenrir? Either way, good friend."
"Foolish. Childish. I could sit here all day listing what parts of you you're letting surface. First you spiral into the thrall, forcing me to punish you, then I'M the asshole for doing my god damn job? No. You're just pissy you didn't get your way. You put me in a bad light, having all of the pack-mates divulge into your foolishness. And this mutiny business? Really? After all this, you really think your fit for the position of Athro? No. Not in the slightest. You're not even fit for Adren. I brought the Garou back to their god damn feet, rose them from the ashes; and now you're gonna tear it all down. You want to be in charge? Okay. Sure. I'll just sit on the sidelines - because according to you, that's all I'm good for - and watch you ruin everything, leading all of them to their demise. Then, once the dust clears, I'll come through and fix it all again. I've done it before, I'll do it again."
"You need to stop fucking up. Prove that we're good."
"I see now how foolish I was. I should not have been so unforgiving. It was a childish outburst, and I apologize, friend."
"You've shown a lot of improvement."
"..."
"You may have been stupid and reckless, but I'd not be where I am without you. You were a brother to me. Not like one, you were one. Out of all my family members, you were the one most deserving of the title. I was close to losing it when I found out what happened, but I knew that's not what you would've wanted. If I ever fell into a depression from a loss, I know you'd come and straighten me up. It'd be a disrespect to do something like that now. You'd want me to live on and give hell to those who get in our way twice as hard, for the both of us. And that I shall. I'll never forget you, brother. Farewell."

Paul. - "You've become a valuable friend, glad you stuck around."
"You're gone."

Arlyne. - "Die in a hole."
Emily. - "Good friend."
Craig. - "The only good traitor is a dead one."
"Barth". - "When the hangman catches you..."
Herman. -"Good riddence, fuckface."
Aleks. - "Valuable ally and friend."
"You disappeared, sadly. Now everyone is running wild. I miss you, friend."

Niko. - "Same goes for you as your brother."
George. - "Nice to see someone who can actually sympathize. I don't wish the existence of a metis upon anyone, but there's not much we can do if its already been decided."
"You're a good friend, but you need to learn to control yourself."

Nienna. - "I have no reason to not like nor trust you."
Iris. - "Rest easy, whore."
Adsila. - "You have much to learn."
Sid. - "You're pretty dense."
"I would apologize, but you disappeared."

Armpit. - "You're cool... I guess??"
Aurora. - "Ugh."
"Dead and gone."

Kenny. - "Glad you're here."
Cade. - "You've much to learn."
"You disappeared."

Kevin. - "Seems like a nice guy."
Cass. - "Bone Gnawer. Seems alright."
Rexxar. - "Oh boy."
Heller. - "Hardly know you."
Alcide. - "You already seem like a pretty cool guy. I like you."
Djorn. - "You don't seem to be like the rest of your kind."
Matthew. - "You seem to have improved."
David. - "Loyal packmate."
All Hybrids. - "One wrong move, that's all it'll take. I won't hesitate."
Jack. - "You seem alright. Misunderstood. I can relate."
Stuart. - "It'll be a day far from now when I extend my trust to a sorcerer. I repay my debts when they're due but I can't go against what thousands of years of folklore tell me."





Stereotypes

Children of the Night

Gross, ew, ugh, why? Disgusting, foul creatures. You should've never been spawned from the depths of the Wyrm's gullet. The world would be so much more peaceful were you never created. I am a man of sympathy, but you shall get none of mine. You are not people. You are things. Monsters. Horrible, weak, disgusting monsters. I spit on the ashes of the fool that tries to disagree.

Magi

Siphoners of Caerns, destroyers of Septs, killers of our children. They always have their own motives. It doesn't matter how close you are to one, it would betray you in a matter of seconds if they thought it would benefit them. I've had too many personal experiences of them manipulating and slithering their ways into the little nooks and crannies of the Garou here, taking advantage of them. You can't trust a witch.


Celestials

You're just as bad as the undead. Go back to whatever hole you crawled out of.


Luna's Demons

Just... no. The very thought of these things breaks my heart. I've put down more than I'd like to admit, and honestly I'd like to 'admit' that they aren't real at all. Oh, how I wish they were myths...
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Re: Zachariah.
« Reply #1 on: July 26, 2015, 02:33:40 PM »
doesn't know where he was born
lol!
So what the fuck did Rudy script the carjacking system for Jackie? To /roll i?

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Re: Zachariah.
« Reply #2 on: July 26, 2015, 03:07:34 PM »
doesn't know where he was born
lol!
very funny
oh my god someone doesn't know where they were born!!1
come look at this!1
its hilarious as fuuuck, i mean, nothing can get me to laugh harder!!!!!11
someone developing their char by adding a simple detail to enhance the idea, its funny as hell!

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Re: Zachariah.
« Reply #3 on: July 26, 2015, 04:00:04 PM »
doesn't know where he was born
lol!
very funny
oh my god someone doesn't know where they were born!!1
come look at this!1
its hilarious as fuuuck, i mean, nothing can get me to laugh harder!!!!!11
someone developing their char by adding a simple detail to enhance the idea, its funny as hell!

According to Jackiee's logic, if it is a character that doesnt erp 24/7 and "quite the cute girl" is a bad character.

OT : Nice character, well developed, I wonder why he speakssss like thisss.
then we found out how even in a parallel universe, wade can't be funny

I will ban him for a month and tell our mom what he did.

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Re: Zachariah.
« Reply #4 on: July 26, 2015, 04:23:07 PM »
doesn't know where he was born
lol!
Read the story. You only have to read until a little past the first chapter for it to make sense.

Nice character, well developed, I wonder why he speakssss like thisss.
Hm, I wonder why ::)
Spoiler for Shhh nothing's in this spoiler dwbi.:
Metis Deformity: Serpent's Tongue.

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Re: Zachariah.
« Reply #5 on: July 26, 2015, 04:45:09 PM »
doesn't know where he was born
lol!
Read the story. You only have to read until a little past the first chapter for it to make sense.

Nice character, well developed, I wonder why he speakssss like thisss.
Hm, I wonder why ::)
Spoiler for Shhh nothing's in this spoiler dwbi.:
Metis Deformity: Serpent's Tongue.
I have passssed that part lol i thought it was like any other metisssss. If I were you, I'd choose someone that looks more native.
then we found out how even in a parallel universe, wade can't be funny

I will ban him for a month and tell our mom what he did.

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Re: Zachariah.
« Reply #6 on: September 15, 2015, 09:15:48 AM »
So we went on an umbra trip(haven't finished it yet) and I've taken over 400 screenshots so far, but obviously I'm not gonna post all of them here - so here's a taste of the trip. This scene is a nightmare spirit possessing Zachariah and manipulating what he sees and shit. Enjoy.

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I also added racial alignment, and a picture for his wolf form.

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Re: Zachariah.
« Reply #7 on: March 29, 2016, 12:49:13 PM »
Revamped.

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Re: Zachariah.
« Reply #8 on: March 29, 2016, 01:16:53 PM »
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Octavia Cross - "Fucking psychopathic cunt."



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Re: Zachariah.
« Reply #9 on: March 29, 2016, 01:18:16 PM »
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Octavia Cross - "Fucking psychopathic cunt."



the thing that makes this guy unique
You always have the best gifs for situations. I sat there for a solid ten seconds chuckling at that.

Also, thanks.

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Re: Zachariah.
« Reply #10 on: March 30, 2016, 07:18:22 AM »
Cool Char, had the pleasure of RPing with him.
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Re: Zachariah.
« Reply #11 on: March 30, 2016, 02:53:30 PM »
Cool Char, had the pleasure of RPing with him.
Why thank you.

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Re: Zachariah.
« Reply #12 on: March 31, 2016, 12:20:35 AM »
Updates relations.

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Re: Zachariah.
« Reply #13 on: March 31, 2016, 03:40:37 PM »

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Re: Zachariah.
« Reply #14 on: April 01, 2016, 03:59:19 PM »
Updated only a tad cause I'm on my phone and can't do much. Plan to add another segment when I get home.