The Twins

White Court Twins


Power Level

  • Total Refresh: 14
  • Unspent Refresh: 0
  • Skill Cap: Superb
  • Total Skill Points: 45
  • Unspent Skill Points: 0
  • Unspent Fate Points: 1


  1. High Concept: White Court Femme Fatale
  2. Trouble: In the Mob But Not Of the Mob
  3. Beholden to House Camposso
  4. Twins Double the Fun
  5. Martial Art: Escrima
  6. Heaven: I like Good Guys; Nevaeh: I like Bad Boys
  7. ?


  • (+5) Superb: Fists


  • (+4) Great: Rapport, Stealth, Athletics, Conviction
  • (+3) Good: Deceit, Discipline, Endurance, Empathy


  • (+4) Great: Deceit, Stealth, Athletics, Empathy
  • (+3) Good: Rapport, Discipline, Endurance, Conviction

  • (+2) Fair: Alertness, Guns, Lore, Investigation
  • (+1) Average: Scholarship, Driving, Burglary, Intimidation

Stunts, Powers, Magic

    • (-1) Emotional Vampire
    • (-0) Human Guise
    • (-3) Incite Emotion: Lust (Base Cost, Lasting Emotion – Weapon:2, At Range)
    • (-1) The Hunger affecting:
      • (-2) Inhuman Strength
      • (-2) Inhuman Speed
      • (0) Catch: True Love
        • (-2) Inhuman Recovery
    • Stunts
      • (-1) Martial Artist (Fists)
      • (-1) Armed Arts (Fists) – Baton, Kali Blades
      • (-1) Redirect Force (Fists)
      • (-1) Riposte (Weapons/Fists)


Physical (Endurance)  : (1) (2) (3) (4)
Composure (Conviction): (1) (2) (3) (4)


Basic Minor (-2): *ANY*
Moderate    (-4): *ANY*
Severe      (-6): *ANY*
Extreme     (-8): *ANY*

Twin Agents for the Dallas White Court

Incite Emotion
  • Prologue – Not required, but creating a Scene Aspect via a Seduction Rapport Maneuver vs Empathy or Rapport as the Difficulty is logical prior to beginning the next phase.
  • Exchange 1 – Physical contact required – 4dF+Deceit+2 target number equal to victim’s Discipline. If successful, establishes Aspect related to Lust (“Seized by Lust” works). Every Shift beyond 1 adds Exchanges of Duration.
  • Exchange 2 – Physical contact still required – 4dF+Deceit+2 to determine the Strength of the Grapple/Block (tagging “Seized by Lust” created in Exchange 1 to initiate the Grapple). If this roll fails to be at least equal to the victim’s Discipline at any point, the Grapple ends.
    • Cinematic Description of Victim: Game Mechanically what the White Court Vampire is doing is a grapple. It can be described as whatever in-scene. For example a victim of a “House Raith” style Lust WCV might be seized up in pleasure and unable to move/think/act other than just go with the flow. Remember the Strength of a Grapple Block is versus EVERYTHING the victim tries to do.
  • Exchange 3 and later – Choose one of the following
    • Move Target 1 Zone
    • Inflict 1 Stress
    • Create a Taggable Aspect (Fragile, but until the Grapple is ended or they’re used, they’re available)
    • Then to persist in the Grapple/Block roll as a Supplemental Action (-1) = 4dF+Deceit+1 must be equal or greater than the victim’s Discipline to maintain.
  • “Final” Exchange
    • Whenever the White Court Vampire feels it has enough taggable Aspects, it may tag them all and roll 4dF+Deceit (note the +2 is gone) to inflict a Weapon:X Composure Stress attack. The victim rolls Discipline to defend against. Inflicted Consequences are always related to lust and addiction to the White Court Vampire, but extreme cases suggest loss of control, heart attack, or even death.
      • Minor Consequence (Duration:Same Game/Session) = Lasts Until 2 Scenes after the Physical Contact Scene. (Scene of Attack, Scene After Attack, Whatever Scene Follows – this is when the Minor goes away)
      • Moderate Consequence (Duration: Two Game Sessions) = Lasts until end of next Session. (Session where attack happened, then the NEXT Session – the Moderate goes away at the end)
      • Severe Consequence (Duration: Two Story Arcs) = Lasts until the end of the next story arc or 2-3 game sessions, whichever comes first.
      • Extreme Consequence (Duration: Until the Next Major Milestone)
  • Comment on Dice Mechanics
    • Note that everything except the actual Attack in the “Final” Exchange is not a contested roll, but rather just the WCV rolling against a static difficulty.

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