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[Sep. 14th, 2010|08:03 pm]
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So guys. I'm playing a game of Changeling: The Lost with a character based on who is a blatant rip-off of Asellus, and the GM asked what her last name is. Does anyone know if there's a canon answer, or barring that have a good suggestion?

From: sethimothy
2010-09-15 06:21 am (UTC)
I'm really curious how you're representing Asellus in Lost. ^^

I can't say she doesn't have a last name but I'm absolutely sure that if she does have one, it's not in the game itself. (There's a couple of books that came out only in Japan that added material to the game world, though, so I hesitate to say NO!)

Just say her last name is Rose, or White Rose. It'd be fitting! XD
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[User Picture]From: donraj
2010-09-15 06:29 am (UTC)
More or less a direct clone. Change Orlouge from a Mystic to a True Fae, replace White Rose with a Changeling girl the other player came up with and you're pretty much there.

I'll take the Rose idea under consideration! : D
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[User Picture]From: demonlet
2010-09-15 02:03 pm (UTC)

Mystics and their STELLAR NAMES har har.

Asellus, Ildon, Rastaban, Nusakan and Mesarthim are names (or parts of names) of stars according to the old naming conventions, largely Latin and Arabic. So if you wanted something that rolls off the tongue, you could try one of these lists:


I imagine that she perfectly fits in with a Changeling type setting, excellent choice. :D
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[User Picture]From: attackdeedle
2010-09-15 06:58 pm (UTC)
And then there's always Rosethorn.
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[User Picture]From: asitiswhenitwas
2010-09-15 08:02 pm (UTC)
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[User Picture]From: ciatol
2010-09-17 05:59 am (UTC)
I'd always assumed the surnames of all the mystics who lived in the house was Aiguille.
Makes sense and sounds nice :P
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