The Infinity Chantry

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This proud Victorian-style manor stands in the city's residential area. No one knows it's exact location as the manor seems to find those it deems worthy of entry rather than the other way around. Past the wrought metal gates a stone path threads its way up to the wooden porch and the house's main door. A sign reads "Infinity Club: Members Only". On the gate itself, a "Wet Paint" sign "coincidentally" turns aside those with only casual interest in the structure. Stepping inside brings one into the mansion's entry hall, which has been converted into a small club. A scattering of tables, chairs and couches offer places to relax and talk, while a well-stocked bar, a jukebox and a dartboard offer other distractions. Beyond them all a number of warded doorways and staircases lead deeper into the manor proper. (Tradition Magi and Allies only)

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: Here, I'll change my color. That sounds like a good inclusion for the events of Revised and makes sense to keep it. That's usually my issue with 20th is it seems to be very sketchy with what happened and what didn't happen then making it out to not be as bad as it was and so on. It can make it hard to actually detail a history for a character if everyone isn't on the same page *L* If I catch you I will grab a tag. Again this is all out of curiosity if I ever get the hankering to play Mage outside of places I already do. It's always nice to have options, know rules and so on plus possibly meet new players here and there

theJaer OOC: Hello Orange Lurk. Thanks for the Color change. As I understand the 20th Anniversary editions, those are not meant to be taken as what did or didn't happen in a setting. They are Metaplot or Timeline/Setting "agnostic" was the term Rich Thomas used. So more of a 'use what you want' sort of kit there with suggestions for possible outcomes, but also mechanically some reasoning why certain changes were made in those sneaky lil side bars that Brucato likes to throw in for clarity. Which is appreciated for updating from Revised or like in the case of Werewolf (fuck it, no Red Star yet) rewound things, event wise. So in a way, Mage 20th can leave the playing field of possibilities too OPEN in a sort of spoiled for choice way which makes knowing what to use for any Mage game's metaplot sort of complicated. Which is why as a group we looked over where we were coming from and just figured we might as well use Revised events as a place marker for reference and go from there. Please, by all means, let me/us know if you have more questions. I'll be glad to answer them as best I can.

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Charles Peril, Order of Hermes: *Enters*

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Luke (Custos): *From the guest wing, a Custos in green plaid boxers and a white tee shirt comes padding out, heading for the kitchen. He's singing, taking advantage of the high ceiling's acoustics* "If my words did glow with the gold of sunshine, and my tunes were played on the harp unstrung. Would you hear my voice come through the music? Would you hold it near as it were your own?"

Luke (Custos): *He crosses the main lobby and disappears into the kitchen on the other side, letting the door leading in swing shut. The singing is now a bit muffled, and the sounds of the refrigerator opening and closing can be heard* "It's a hand-me-down, the thoughts are broken. Perhaps they're better left unsung? I don't know, don't really care. Let there be songs to fill the air!"

Luke (Custos): "Ripple in still water... when there is no pebble tossed, nor wind to blow..." *He emerges with a large glass of brownish liquid, singing still, as he crosses through again* "Reach out your hand if your cup be empty. If your cup is full, may it be again. Let it be known there is a fountain, that was not made by the hands of men..."

Luke (Custos): *He sips the protein shake, and wrinkles his nose, telling himself he likes carob whey powder, he LIKES carob whey powder... he likes... okay, well, he's gonna drink it anyway*

Luke (Custos): *He disappears into the hall leading to the first floor guest wing, and is gone, for now*

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Vic Tannenbaum, Eiluned Private Eye: *Enters*

: Looks like the whole chat had a re-set back to an earlier time.

Jarrod of Usher: Hi everybody my name is Jarrod. I am the head of the Euthanatos. I pretty much run this place. If you don't like what I say, tough shit, this is my Chantry, go find your own if you want to do things your own way. Yeah, I'm a pretty big deal around here so you best respect me or get the fuck out. I have been here for a long time so I know stuff about the Infinity Chantry nobody else knows.

theJaer OOC: Damn clones again *Sigh* Sorry everyone... please ignore him

Kyle Chandler, Son of Ether: With a messenger bag over his shoulder, and wireless headphones in his ears, he walks into the Chantry with the barest of pep in his step. He looks tired, but the raccoon circles under his eyes might as well have been tattoed on.

Kyle Chandler, Son of Ether: Maybe it was to clear out the room, and just maybe it was because he just wanted to come back, who can say? Either way, he was walking slowly towards the kitchen, dragging his feet.

: LOL nice a Son of Ehter love Sons of Ether best Tradition ever :-D :-D

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Here with ornate chairs set around a large circular wooden table, the Mages of the Infinity Chantry discuss the affairs of Magic.
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A slowly flickering streetlight illuminates this dark street. All roads though town lead to this main road. Shadowy figures dart in and out of alleyways, and only the brave or foolish remain here long.

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