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PostSubject: Anne Rice- Interview with a Vampire   Fri Aug 06, 2010 6:02 pm

Going little off-topic here but , which clan do you think Lestat and Louie belong to, if you take VTM as a base

I must go for Toreador , cuz they feed on rats, lot of people say Ventrue tho Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Anne Rice- Interview with a Vampire   Fri Aug 06, 2010 6:51 pm

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Going little off-topic here but , which clan do you think Lestat and Louie belong to, if you take VTM as a base

I must go for Toreador , cuz they feed on rats, lot of people say Ventrue tho Smile
Pretty safe bet it's not Nosferatu.

I've only seen the "Interview" movie, and I didn't like it much, but Toreador sounds pretty good to me.
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PostSubject: Re: Anne Rice- Interview with a Vampire   Fri Aug 06, 2010 7:04 pm

Lestat I'm pretty sure would be considered Toreador, because he obviously has celerity and if you remember in the early parts of the movie when he's at the rich snob parties, he tells Louie to "Read their thoughts" making me believe he has Auspex as well.

Louie is a bit tougher, by default if Lestat is Toreador and he sired Louie, then Louie must also be Toreador. However, Louie can't read their thoughts making me believe he doesn't have Auspex. Louie is however extremely strong making me believe he has Potence and in his later years while talking to Christian Slater's character he also possesses Celerity also, when turning on the light making me believe he is Brujah.

I've actually thought about this many many times, and this is the conclusion I came up with.
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PostSubject: Re: Anne Rice- Interview with a Vampire   Fri Aug 06, 2010 7:27 pm

Toreador. Cuz both act like fags and only toreador act life fags. No offense to any homossexual present.
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PostSubject: Re: Anne Rice- Interview with a Vampire   Fri Aug 06, 2010 7:41 pm

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No offense to any homossexual present.
What about to any Toreadors present?


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PostSubject: Re: Anne Rice- Interview with a Vampire   Sat Aug 07, 2010 4:31 am

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No offense to any homossexual present.
What about to nay Toreadors present?

Oh, i don't care about Toreadors Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Anne Rice- Interview with a Vampire   Sat Aug 07, 2010 5:25 am

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No offense to any homossexual present.
What about to nay Toreadors present?

Oh, i don't care about Toreadors Very Happy


I dont like Toreadors also, quote Gary ,, You're a dead thing, start acting like one'' ...if i play VTMB I usually play something that makes you closer to monster Very Happy bounce
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PostSubject: Re: Anne Rice- Interview with a Vampire   Sat Aug 07, 2010 5:34 am

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Lestat I'm pretty sure would be considered Toreador, because he obviously has celerity and if you remember in the early parts of the movie when he's at the rich snob parties, he tells Louie to "Read their thoughts" making me believe he has Auspex as well.

Louie is a bit tougher, by default if Lestat is Toreador and he sired Louie, then Louie must also be Toreador. However, Louie can't read their thoughts making me believe he doesn't have Auspex. Louie is however extremely strong making me believe he has Potence and in his later years while talking to Christian Slater's character he also possesses Celerity also, when turning on the light making me believe he is Brujah.

I've actually thought about this many many times, and this is the conclusion I came up with.


Indeed both Brujah and Toreador are passionate...but different in a manner that ones are rebels and the others artists Razz
Louie was passionate , suicidal and some Torries tend to be suicidal sometimes Very Happy yet he was rebel in many ways also Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Anne Rice- Interview with a Vampire   Sat Aug 07, 2010 11:44 am

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Indeed both Brujah and Toreador are passionate...but different in a manner that ones are rebels and the others artists Razz
Louie was passionate , suicidal and some Torries tend to be suicidal sometimes Very Happy yet he was rebel in many ways also Smile
If I could add a clan to play, it would be the Promethean Brujah, at least as they were portrayed in Redemption. And I don't mean just a re-skinning and re-Disciplining, I mean a whole sub-story involving the Anarch Brujah at the Last Round.

Pink may have made fun of Christoph's ideals, but Pink was a jerk (and not a Brujah in any event).
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PostSubject: Re: Anne Rice- Interview with a Vampire   Sat Aug 07, 2010 4:44 pm

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Indeed both Brujah and Toreador are passionate...but different in a manner that ones are rebels and the others artists Razz
Louie was passionate , suicidal and some Torries tend to be suicidal sometimes Very Happy yet he was rebel in many ways also Smile
If I could add a clan to play, it would be the Promethean Brujah, at least as they were portrayed in Redemption. And I don't mean just a re-skinning and re-Disciplining, I mean a whole sub-story involving the Anarch Brujah at the Last Round.

Pink may have made fun of Christoph's ideals, but Pink was a jerk (and not a Brujah in any event).


Pink was Assamite if I recall correctly, have not played this game in ages tho , he masqueraded as Brujah Razz
but yea Promethians the most noble of them all...decandent from Carthage , the Warrior Philosophers...Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Anne Rice- Interview with a Vampire   Sat Aug 07, 2010 6:09 pm

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Pink was Assamite if I recall correctly
You recall correctly. Now if we could remember his name, we'd be heavy duty Redemption trivia buffs.
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PostSubject: Re: Anne Rice- Interview with a Vampire   Sat Aug 07, 2010 11:37 pm

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Pink was Assamite if I recall correctly
You recall correctly. Now if we could remember his name, we'd be heavy duty Redemption trivia buffs.


it was a name with arab origin, Hasam ...something , you managed to persuade me to dig up me old Redemption CD, sealed away against the ages...installin now 78 % Very Happy Razz

Will give it a try...Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Anne Rice- Interview with a Vampire   Sat Aug 07, 2010 11:45 pm

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it was a name with arab origin, Hasam ...something , you managed to persuade me to dig up me old Redemption CD, sealed away against the ages...installin now 78 % Very Happy Razz

Will give it a try...Very Happy
I've played it 3 times over the years. Its replay value is, as we all know, not quite as good as Bloodlines'. Plus the only Clans which don't seem totally populated by complete assholes are Brujah, Toreador, Cappodocian and Nosferatu. i.e., the 4 playable Clans.
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PostSubject: Re: Anne Rice- Interview with a Vampire   Sun Aug 08, 2010 12:00 am

Redemption was such an awesome game... for its time. But in all honesty Bloodlines put it to shame in terms of a much better RPG feel, better graphics, and WAY better replay value. The fact that you could only be one clan, one model, one skin, one linear storyline really did that game in. Not to mention that the "good" powers were the Thaumaturgy ones hands down and no other.

I'm not putting Redemption down, I mean hell I spent a solid 100+ hours on that game, beat it twice all the way through, but Bloodlines did cast an overwhelming shadow over it.
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PostSubject: Re: Anne Rice- Interview with a Vampire   Sun Aug 08, 2010 12:07 am

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Redemption was such an awesome game... for its time. But in all honesty Bloodlines put it to shame in terms of a much better RPG feel, better graphics, and WAY better replay value. The fact that you could only be one clan, one model, one skin, one linear storyline really did that game in. Not to mention that the "good" powers were the Thaumaturgy ones hands down and no other.

I'm not putting Redemption down, I mean hell I spent a solid 100+ hours on that game, beat it twice all the way through, but Bloodlines did cast an overwhelming shadow over it.
Oh, yeah, Redemption was a great game, limited by technology perhaps. I've thought about how one would tie the two story lines together (not in a game, in a story). Or maybe it's been done already.
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PostSubject: Re: Anne Rice- Interview with a Vampire   Sun Aug 08, 2010 5:12 am

Zer0morph wrote:
Redemption was such an awesome game... for its time. But in all honesty Bloodlines put it to shame in terms of a much better RPG feel, better graphics, and WAY better replay value. The fact that you could only be one clan, one model, one skin, one linear storyline really did that game in. Not to mention that the "good" powers were the Thaumaturgy ones hands down and no other.

I'm not putting Redemption down, I mean hell I spent a solid 100+ hours on that game, beat it twice all the way through, but Bloodlines did cast an overwhelming shadow over it.
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Oh, yeah, Redemption was a great game, limited by technology perhaps. I've thought about how one would tie the two story lines together (not in a game, in a story). Or maybe it's been done already.

Since you guys have already played, i'll ask : Should i download and play it? Would it be worth it?
Im kinda on the fence with this one.
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PostSubject: Re: Anne Rice- Interview with a Vampire   Sun Aug 08, 2010 6:47 am

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Zer0morph wrote:
Redemption was such an awesome game... for its time. But in all honesty Bloodlines put it to shame in terms of a much better RPG feel, better graphics, and WAY better replay value. The fact that you could only be one clan, one model, one skin, one linear storyline really did that game in. Not to mention that the "good" powers were the Thaumaturgy ones hands down and no other.

I'm not putting Redemption down, I mean hell I spent a solid 100+ hours on that game, beat it twice all the way through, but Bloodlines did cast an overwhelming shadow over it.
Childe of Munster wrote:
Oh, yeah, Redemption was a great game, limited by technology perhaps. I've thought about how one would tie the two story lines together (not in a game, in a story). Or maybe it's been done already.

Since you guys have already played, i'll ask : Should i download and play it? Would it be worth it?
Im kinda on the fence with this one.


sure download Smile you ever played Diablo II, sure you have, all of us have, its like a dungeon crawler , gameplay is kinda like that...you start of as a ...not going to spoil for you...it has amazing story..and learning curve is about 2-3 hours, then you'll know the tricks Razz
You wont regret it Wink great thing about that game is, you get increased health and blood pool if your rank increases...and you wont start as a vampire Razz generations, stats, skills , even lasombra diciplines are there Smile it's awesome, would be killer with nowadays graphics Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Anne Rice- Interview with a Vampire   Sun Aug 08, 2010 9:03 am

I belive that Pink's real name was Malik al Hassam. I have played a little while ago, so I might be mistaken though.
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PostSubject: Re: Anne Rice- Interview with a Vampire   Sun Aug 08, 2010 10:24 am

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I belive that Pink's real name was Malik al Hassam. I have played a little while ago, so I might be mistaken though.


something like that yea Very Happy Welcome to the Family btw ! Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Anne Rice- Interview with a Vampire   Sun Aug 08, 2010 11:42 am

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Since you guys have already played, i'll ask : Should i download and play it? Would it be worth it?
Im kinda on the fence with this one.
It's only $5 from GoodOldGames. If you like WoD, I say yes. It'll give you something to do while waiting for TFN 1.0 and CE 1.4 to be released. It has certain aspects to it which are better than Bloodlines. For example, since you have no choice regarding your character, you get to really learn about your character's backstory. Plus he has recorded dialogue, which is not possible with a "create your own PC" game.

Feral wrote:
I belive that Pink's real name was Malik al Hassam. I have played a little while ago, so I might be mistaken though.
If not exact, sounds pretty close.
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