Talk:Werewolf: the Apocalypse

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I removed the {{inuse}} template, but not because I've given up on the article. Rather, I'm about to be away from any sort of computer for a few hours, and possibly not back until Friday. I thought it was going to be unfair to say that it was 'actively being edited' if I wasn't here to, well, actively edit it... Add whatever you want, but this article will be finished ASAP. Almafeta 22:17, 24 Aug 2005 (UTC)

Decimation[edit]

I great article, just one point of order. In the changing breed section many breeds are listed as "decimated by..." which seem numerically incorrect. To decimate means to reduce by one tenth not to nearly destroy. I'm not a regular user so i would suggest decimated be changed to defeated, persecuted or some such word that would be more accurate. This is a common mistake but other wise this is one of the best articles i've seen for the old world of darkness game —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 136.244.51.210 (talkcontribs) .

Good call. I've made a few tweaks, including that. --GreenReaper(talk) 23:49, 4 March 2007 (UTC)


On Nuwisha & Bastet[edit]

Was there some end-of-the-old-world-of-darkness event that extinguished Nuwisha? I was accustomed to playing with them, and of course there was a splatbook published for them. Seems odd to list them as extinguished by the Garou.

Also, would a seperate article or section on Bastet be appropirate? Or would it be appropriate to create a subheading under Bastet to list them? After all, there were nine tribes, each its own species. Not to mention, at least for the purpose of Furry WtA gamers, Bastet were a BIG deal, and they published a splatbook for them that was quite substantial. I could easily write something more about them, but don't know where a section could go. --furthling