Now that she has become a vampire, Lily is being introduced to the vampire world as well. Neck Lift : Priya grabs Amy by the throat to take her amid the chaos after the Council votes to have Adrian killed. Never Say That Again : Kamilah warns Amy to never try telling her what she should have in her life again. Adrian is sensitive, whereas Jax is a rebel. Unfortunately she dies during the attack before telling them her name. The flavor text warns that it won't end well.
Buying this scene results in Amy's death and a return to the checkpoint. Off With The Head : The only way to kill vampires are beheading or impaling the heart. Gaius decapitates Kamilah's soldiers. Oh, Crap! Our Vampires Are Different : Adrian explains a series of rules regarding the vampires in this world. There's a total of vampires divided between 6 clans.
New vampires MUST be branded into a clan with an opening slot. Vampires sired without a clan are at risk of becoming Feral. Sunlight still hurts vampires and in prolonged exposure of more than thirty minutes, they can get gravely injured and die. While they can't fly or turn into bats, vampires do have superior strength than the average human. In the case of Ferals, all of them are mindless monsters. For a clanless vampire, a possible delay is to drink the blood of a loved one. Amy can't stay quiet, so Priya sucks her blood until she dies.
Pervert Revenge Mode : When Lester touches Amy inappropriately, she can either slap him or have Adrian crack his wrist. Play-Along Prisoner : Gaius is captured by Kamilah's forces to be interrogated for his supernatural abilities, however he easily breaks free because they mistakenly think vampires are repulsed to silver chains. Plucky Comic Relief : Lily frequently chimes in with her humorous comments even in dire situations. May 19, But Liv Warren is special— a paranormal tracker who follows the scent of blood.
Liv makes her own rules, and the most important one is trust no one. But when her friend's daughter goes missing, Liv has no choice but to find the girl. Thanks to a childhood oath, Liv can't rest until the child is home safe. But that means trusting Cam Caballero, the former lover forbidden to her. Bound by oath and lost in desire for a man she cannot have, Liv is racing to save the child from a dark criminal underworld where secrets, lies, trauma and danger lurk around every corner…every touch…every kiss.
Posted by Amber. Cancel reply. Recaptains is the only site you'll ever need when you forget what happens in a series. If you need a refresher before the sequel is released, this is where you need to be. I don't care how much money you can afford to wipe your ass with, it's a major security risk. Who the hell approved this? Are they a member of his clan? Does this make him a Not-Toreador? Fuck off game. Lilith and Not-Christian Grey take a ride down to the basement where they meet some 14th century-dressed fuck.
No, I'm not joking. There is a literal 14th century guy there in his 14th century attire, and how no one outside of this secret society has not bumped into this gent before I do not know and the game certainly does not provide a logical explanation. It's vampires in a story, dammit! Lilith finally asks the question, "what's involved? Not-Christian Grey asks her again if this is what she wants, and we've arrived to the point in which the game is now fucked.
She says no. Like a dumbass. Her reasoning is that this is the most alive she has ever felt and she basically wants to gather her party and venture forth. And they all just roll with it. You mean to tell me that a centuries kept secret at least in the New World, a later chapter will explain this can simply be put at risk all because some stupid twat wasn't smart enough to stay the hell away from the obvious danger?
You mean to tell me that New York vampire society, a place that is surrounded and well-supplied with nearly every decadence available is willing to hand-wave it all and say, "well guys, we can't mind wipe her because it won't be consensual! Does no one think this is a horrible idea, or at least enough to say, "fuck what you want, this is a masquerade violation"?
When the fuck did vampires care about consent? I get when you have thralls, feeding is a lot easier but fucking hell, you mean to tell me that there's never an instance where they're away and didn't pack a lunch? Do they buy blood from the blood banks? Who controls the blood bank?
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DOES anyone control the blood bank? That would seem like a pretty handy thing to have, or is that considered off-limits by your stupid Compact? It may not seem like much now, but trust me it gets worse once you meet Well, I don't want to spoil it just yet.
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Long story short, the answer to all of this is convenience, and damn, it doesn't get better from here. Anyway, back to the "plot. So Not-Christian Grey thinks it's a bad idea but doesn't give a shit because the vampire boner is strong with this one and he just goes along with it. The two eventually part ways and Lilith crashes back at her place. She's so exhausted by the days events that she doesn't wake until the next night.
Not-Heather Poe then informs Lilith that her girlfriend got back with her ex, and that she feels like shit. Honestly, Not-Heather Poe likely going to be the most relatable character in this game. Just a heads up. Lilith decides to do an actual smart and decent thing and takes Not-Heather Poe out for a night of getting shitfaced via tequila shots. Well, if you paid diamonds, that is. Not-Heather Poe and Lilith proceed to get shitfaced and shittalk her new ex and the chapter ends with a strange man watching them.
I'm sure he won't be relevant to the plot what so ever. Sorry for the long break! I've been getting stuff figured out and what not. On the bright side, I got a job as an assistant director! Onward to the shitshow! We begin with Lilith returning to work after the weekend. After joking about how dull it was by comparison to her first night on the job, Not-Christian Grey tells her of another task that he has for her and that it is dangerous. The Feral-Nosferatu-Snacking-on-Humans Brigade is getting out of hand, and he needs you to go in and talk to some douchecanoe named The Baron.
He also owns a bar where the dress code is strictly s, and if you pay Diamonds, you too can own a shiny flapper dress. LOL, get fucked game. He needs a nickname. How about Vampire Baron Praxis? So far, out of all of the Not-Primogen so far, he's the most realistic. A sadistic bastard who knows how to wield power, play the game, and not give a shit. If only he were in a much better game about vampires You know, I'll eventually think of the name of that game. Just you wait. Am I the only one who secretly thinks he's trying to get you killed, or at the very least put you in a Damsel-in-Distress situation so that he can swoop in and save you?
Bad, Not-Christian Grey. Swooping is bad! In addition to sending you on what basically amounts to a suicide mission, Not-Christian Grey offers to Lilith a temporary hickey-tattoo that basically tells other vampires that your his bitch and that you are totes protected. Lilith gets branded, thinking that her decision to take his vampiric hickey will protect her from the big bad scary Vampire Baron Praxis.
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I'm sure this won't be rendered a meaningless decision within the next five minutes Lilith finally arrives to the speakeasy and runs into a scrawny vampire who tries to intimidate her. Lilith tells him that Not-Christian Grey wants to talk about the Nosferatu who can't keep their asses in the sewer and that someone is making them and he's all, "meh.
Actually, Not-Christian Grey only gives a shit when it suits him, so Egyptian Ming Xiao is the only one who cares but it's whatever. Apparently evil vampires don't give a shit about her hickeys from other vampires. Who would have thought? Lilith gets hauled to the kitchen, but before they can yell at her to make them a sandwich, a stranger busts through like vampiric Asian katana-wielding Jesus and saves the day.
You know what I mean. Anyway the two of them escape and make it to a safe house. Lilith's savior then informs her that he's been following her for some time and that he was the guy who was watching her at the club she went to with Lily. He then tells her that she's at a safe house for the Who tend to go feral.
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More than those who are not taken into a clan. These are not Caitiff. Anyway, Lilith decides to spend some time with the Caitiff and they open up about themselves. Grandpa is bitter and Likable Babette has a higher chance of going feral. Grandpa then points out that What's-his-fuck needs to drink some blood because his wound looks like shit. Lilith, who is this close to being renamed as Stupid Bitch, offers herself up as a human Capri-Sun.
Kue-jin Blades Rodriguez gets a blood boner and Lilith gets off on him feeding off of her. Turns out the bite doesn't hurt and This game literally gave up trying to hide that it's basically stealing shit. Not-Christian Grey then feels bad for the Caitiff and says he wants to help them but the Not-Camarilla is full of assholes and then the chapter ends. Except it doesn't. Lilith and Not-Christian Grey walk into her apartment and find Not-Heather Poe nearly dead from a vampire being overzealous during snack time. Sad to say, even though she's the most likable person in the cast, I could not give a single shit at this point.
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He is conflicted because he's realized this whole excuse of a plot is fucked a Not-Primogen and he doesn't have approval. The ramifications of his actions will cost him something, and yet he knows the life of an innocent hangs in his hands. There's no guarantee that she'll survive the transformation, and even if she does, there's a potential she'll just be beheaded by the Sheriff's pathetic cousin, Terry.
Who still owes me money. But his desire to bone and be a white knight for Lilith is too much for him to bear, and so Not-Christian Grey and Lilith race Not-Heather Poe to his office. At least I don't have to break into a museum, but then that means I don't get to meet a dashing, intelligent, snark master of an archeologist who studies the origins of vampires. What a shame. It might have redeemed story.
Anyway, nobody notices the obviously dying woman in Not- Christian Grey's arms as he goes through the building. In the ginormous corporate building? In New York City? Convenience is the only reason that this thing exists. Fucking hell. Moving on So they get to the Chamber and Lilith is trying to piece together the logic behind shoving someone in a sarcophagus and Not-Christian Grey says, "No idea, it just does. Btw, it might not even work. Leave me alone and stop asking questions.
She tells him at least one can choose to that Kue-Jin Blades Rodriguez told her the things and he's all, "meh, k. The acid trip takes her back in time to see Egyptian Ming Xiao, Mr. Apparently the locals found out they were vampires and decided that their kind wasn't welcomed in those parts. And so they do. Chekhov's Sire says that he's getting too old for this shit and proposes that they sail away to the New World and make their own little kingdom there.
He tells her that he knows he did the right thing morally, but that there will be huge ramifications for this. Not-Christian Grey then reveals that he has to file an appeal to allow Not-Heather Poe in, and Stereotypical Right Hand Woman was hoping to be the next addition to his clan. I'm sure this won't become an issue later. Not at all. Egyptian Ming Xiao greets the two of them and pulls Not-Christian Grey aside to promptly chew him a new one, saying that he's on thin ice and he's about to get his ass reamed by the Discount Camarilla.
Lilith opens her mouth like an idiot and Egyptian Ming Xiao calls both of them out for being idiots. Not-Christian Grey tells her that she's not his real mother and storms off to the rooftop because she doesn't understand what it's like to be young.
She then turns to Lilith and tells her that if shit goes south, she'll kill the PC herself. Oh, and get her a coffee too. Holy shit, guys. Can it be? A real character? Egyptian Ming Xiao attempts to salvage the plot by telling us more about herself and, indeed, is the most interesting person in the whole damn story. Fingers crossed, guys.
Lilith decides to go and see if Not-Christian Grey has stopped listening to Good Charlotte and have a possible chance to bang him. I'm serious. That's an option. You know, when I said I wanted choices in my games, that's not what I meant. After he was forced to kill her he decided that he was going to give up his life as an over-indulgent fuckboi and make society better. I for one decided at the beginning to not romance a single person, so I went to the internet to see what happens. Finally got caught up on these.
I am so glad I'm not playing this thing. One comment, if I may: I'm finding this a little hard to follow. First, the "Not Pretty good satire though. After reading back through the previous chapters, I agree. Next update will have a list of nickname changes. Glad you like it so far! I had to do a couple of searches. Beckett redeems all stories and reminds me I haven't done a Gangrel playthrough yet. Unless they decide to skip all the nuisance as to why he's such a great character and boil him down to "Look at me! The final chapter of this shitshow of a story just came out today. I've got some catching up to do on this series, but holy fuck it does NOT get better from here.
So I'll be combining the next two chapters, mainly because of all the damn filler , in addition to some nickname changes. Originally, I had used "Not-[insert ripped off element here]" as a way to keep track of just how much Pixelberry stole from outside source material.
However, when that naming convention gets used a bunch, it can and does get quite confusing i. Anyway, let's get on with it. Chapter 6 picks right back up where the story left off. Black and Nerdy is losing her shit as she has just awoken from her vampiric slumber. Lilith manages to calm her down by telling her some pretty heavy shit, because that always works! Unfortunately, Black and Nerdy runs off to have a good cry in the women's bathroom. She tracks down Black and Nerdy, gives her a vile of her blood, asks her how she's feeling, and tells her that, in addition to being a vampire, she still has to go through an approval process and if denied, it's basically going to be a recreation to the Intro of VtMB.
Black and Nerdy emotes like an honest to god person. Imagine this, you get ambushed in your own apartment, be inches away from death, only to be resurrected and then told, "hey, you consume blood now and btw, if they don't approve you, you get axed. Fingers crossed! My only concern is that Lilith doesn't own up to her role in all of this, since I doubt this would happen if she decided to go through the Mind Wipe.
But, eh. I'll take what I can get. Lilith returns to Not-Christian Grey's office and they discuss what to do next. Moving on, they discuss who would vote in favor of sparing Black and Nerdy. Protocol for this is a vote by the Zero Calorie Camarilla, and for some fucking reason they need 4 out of 6 members to agree. Why is there not an odd number of Council members? That would sound really fucking handy, because, you know tie breakers are a fucking thing. Lilith is confused as to how the hell a vampire could be a Senator, because sessions take place during the day.
Remember waaaaaaaaaaaaaaay back in the earlier chapters where Not-Christian Grey said that vampires could withstand about 30 minutes at most? That's important now. For this very reason. To explain the existence of a vampiric senator. Not saying that wouldn't be an interesting concept, but it really comes off as a "we want this to be a thing, but vampires are nocturnal.
How do we get around this? That way you don't a have a fucking Masquerade violation from hell further down the road? Since, you know, politicians are very public people and that's a hell of a gamble? Whatever, fuck world building I guess. In fact, back in his prime, he was a bloodthirsty Spanish noble and time hasn't made him any better. A politician? That's an asshole? And our character is stunned by this? Hey guys, can I have a game where I have the option to not RP as a dumbass? But never fear, Not-Christian Grey is loaded and like anyone with special interests, he's down with buying the vote from Senator Douchecannoe.
Can anyone correct me on this? I could be wrong, but local stuff is controlled by local officials, not Senators who should be in DC right now. They talked to Senator Douchecannoe and he's a stereotypical douche, and yet again another interesting concept is shit on yet again. The only interesting part is that, in addition to taking a bribe from Not-Christian Grey, Senator Douchecannoe agrees to vote to spare Black and Nerdy in return for a vote on a future motion to lead a purge on the Discount Caitiff.
He agrees, and then tells Lilith that they are in a shitty spot, since they are now in his debt. Wouldn't this be something to go over beforehand? Or wouldn't have that been implied when Not-Christian Grey told us that he was a bastard of a person?