We have Vampires and Werewolfs, but what should the next DLC Introduce?

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tony8669
4 years ago#41
WereCandiru

User Info: KajexXIV

KajexXIV
4 years ago#42
MC2011 posted...


Well I suppose zombies would be another, depending on the type. Would mummies also count as "western" culture?


I think zombies are originally Haitian or something, but those were just people who'd been slipped mind control powder by a witch doctor or such. I never really like calling undead or walking dead, etc. "zombies", just doesn't sit right with me.

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Mick65
4 years ago#43
Celiria_Rose posted...
x5N1P3Rx_X513 posted...
There needs to be a tailor added that will recreate any set of clothes you give them UNENCHANTED. Thalmor robes fit one of my characters perfectly in appearance but the enchantment is bunk -.-"


there are unenchanted thalmor robes


Where?
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User Info: tony8669

tony8669
4 years ago#44
djayk85 posted...
Frankenstein was the doctor who made a monster out of body parts not the other way around


The monster was, in D&D terms, a Flesh Golem. One could also stretch the meaning of the alchemical term homonculus to fit (as was done in the Hellboy comic).

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KajexXIV
4 years ago#45
tony8669 posted...
WereCandiru


Ahem, get into "position" and then turn back into human form. Harrowing.

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tony8669
4 years ago#46
IamI3rian posted...
The 'monster' wasn't physically a monster either, and was described as an Adonis, smarty-pants. Book's 100 times better than Dracula at least. = ) You ought to read it. Wasn't even remotely 'stupid' either, as he taught himself to read and speak several languages, including Latin.


I agree, the book Dracula was really sappy. Not a good book, IMO, and all the characters were one-dimensional.

Frankenstein, however, still remains an amazing book by today's standards.

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Charocks
4 years ago#47
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User Info: MC2011

MC2011
4 years ago#48
Fine... I'll say it.

Were-Rabbit.

http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20120710203550/monster/images/7/7a/Gromit4_copy0.jpg
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IamI3rian
4 years ago#49
tony8669 posted...
IamI3rian posted...
The 'monster' wasn't physically a monster either, and was described as an Adonis, smarty-pants. Book's 100 times better than Dracula at least. = ) You ought to read it. Wasn't even remotely 'stupid' either, as he taught himself to read and speak several languages, including Latin.


I agree, the book Dracula was really sappy. Not a good book, IMO, and all the characters were one-dimensional.

Frankenstein, however, still remains an amazing book by today's standards.


...and at least 100x better than Dracula. = )

FWIW, so was Jekyll & Hyde, bizarre as it was.
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User Info: OEIO999

OEIO999
4 years ago#50
Half-dragon, half-human. But not like the dragon born, with more physical formations perhaps
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