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They wouldn't. As is detailed in the 20th anniversary edition of Werewolf: the Apocalypse, most sentient beings (barring Awakened mages) aren't visible in the Umbra. (p.313) Vampires are particularly hard to see, as they have "less of a spiritual presence than most." When peeking into the real world from the Umbra, it takes five successes to do things like ...


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You're already in pretty good shape: Thaumaturgy is, by default, not resisted by Fortitude. What's more, even though Cauldron of Blood allows Fortitude to defend against the damage, it's just the levels in Fortitude that get rolled, not the 6th-Gen's elder-level Stamina plus Fortitude. Four dice to defend against aggravated damage isn't so great for him. You ...


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First off: The Discipline Fortitude can't be bypassed. At least not that I know of. It's the only way for a vampire to soak aggravated damage, and not even a reliable one. So the only way to outright kill him, is to throw punches at him. Take Path of Blood 5 and burn his blood. Another way would be to let him burn his own blood until he is in frenzy. He ...


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In Werewolf Storytellers Handbook Revised, there are crossover rules with many supernatural races. They state that a Werewolf peeking from the Umbra see a vampire in her true form, not as she wants to be seen. I fail to understand why is that, and I don't know if it refers only to the Mask of 1000 faces. That rules comes from Werewolf: the Dark Ages (not to ...


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I don't know of any official rulings but I would say that it is conjured on their person, usually held in their hand or in the case of bigger things on the floor in front of them, I would however allow them to conjure a stake in the other vampires heart if they actually put their hand on the other vampires chest, again not an official ruling just what I ...



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