Glass Walkers

Agro Culture

Control Simple Machine



Rope Tricks


Smith's Blessing

Threads of the Tapestry

Trick Shot



Garafena's Crown

Gift of Salt

Heat Metal

Mask the Predator

Pennies From Heaven

Phone Diving

Power Surge


Steel Fur

Consumption of Machine Essence

Control Complex Machines


Data Flow

Elemental Favour

Tangling the Skein


Wage Slave


Web Walker


Camera Eye

Corner Shot


Phone Travel

Shantar's Loom

Tech Speak

Tractor Beam

Chaos Mechanics

Command the Blaze


Family Debt

Summon Net-Spider

Technotheocratic Apocalyptica





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Agro Culture  (Glass Walker Rank 1)

The Garou can cause plants to take root and grow in places where it is usually impossible for plants to grow. This Gift does not make plants grow supernaturally fast; it simply gives them a chance for life where none existed before. The plants must still be tended to and watered. However, the plants can use artificial substances such as concrete and plastic for soil. They dig their roots in and grow. Plants can even be coaxed to grow out of walls, as long as they are nurtured during the process. This Gift is taught by plant spirits.

System: The Garou must plant seeds in the area to be fertilized. If this is a concrete wall, he must place the seeds in cracks within the surface. He then rolls Charisma + Science (or Herbology) against a difficulty dependent on the toxicity of the area. An abandoned lot might by 5, a typical city building bathed in the smog of passing cars might be 6 or 7, while an oil spill site might be 9.

Control Simple Machine (Glass Walker Rank 1)

The Garou may speak to the primal urban spirits in the simplest mechanical devices (no electronics, et al), causing them to operate or shut down as he sees fit. Levers flip, pulleys roll, screws unscrew, doors unbolt, etc This Gift is taught by any technological spirit.

System: The Garou spends a Willpower point and rolls Manipulation + Repair (difficulty 7). The Glass Walker's control lasts for the duration of the scene.

Diagnostics (Glass Walker Rank 1)

At a glance, the Glass Walker can tell what is wrtong with a machine. He can then enlist the aid of the machine's spirit in repairing the faulty device. Any technological spirit can teach this Gift.

System: The player rolls Perception + Crafts to determine the problem. She then spends one Gnosis point as the Garou mentally convinces the spirit of the device to aid her in fixing it. (Most spirits are happy to do so - they don't want to be junk!) The time to fix the device is halved, and the player may subtract any successes on the Perception + Crafts roll from the successes necessary to fix the device.

Taught by: A technological spirit

Book: WW3e

Persuasion (Glass Walker Rank 1)

This Gift allows a homid to become more persuasive when dealing with others; his statements and arguments are imbued with meaning or credibility. This Gift is taught by an Ancestor-spirit.

System: The Garou rolls Charisma + Subterfuge (difficulty 6). If successful, the difficulties of all

Social rolls are reduced by one for the remainder of the scene.

Alternative Versions

From: Damien (Glass Walker Rank 1)

This Gift allows a homid to become more persuasive when dealing with others; his statements and arguments are imbued with meaning or credibility. This Gift is taught by an Ancestor-spirit. System: The Garou rolls Charisma + Subterfuge (difficulty 8). If successful, the difficulties of all Social rolls are reduced by one for each success for the remainder of the scene.

Rope Tricks (Glass Walker Rank 1 - Iron Riders)

The Garou can perform simple tricks with any length of rope she is touching. From a simple string to a noose, any rope obeys her every wish like a well-trained snake. A Spider-spirit teaches this Gift.

System: The player spends one Willpower point and must come in contact with the rope she wishes to control. For the remainder of the scene or until she loses contact, the rope writhes and dances at her command. The Gift affects only one rope at a time and every new contact requires another Willpower point.

Taught by: Spider-spirit

Book: Wild West Companion

SenseWeaver (Glass Walker Rank 1)

The Garou may sense Weaver spirits or energies in the nearby area. This Gift is taught by Informational Geomids.

System: This Gift is invoked on a successful roll of Perception + Science. The difficulty is determines by the Storyteller.

Smith's Blessing (Glass Walker Rank 1 - Warders)

The tools of man have great value in a world that resists shaping, and few people can afford to lose even one. This Gift allows the Warder to make a broken, worn, rotted or dulled tool like new once more - wood becomes hale, notches vanish, cracks mend. Although the item doesn't precisely become new - anyone can tell at a glance that it's obviously been used before - it is once again in good shape, as though lovingly maintained since its creation.

This Gift is taught by a Hearth or Forge spirit.

System: The player spends a Gnosis point and rolls Intelligence + Crafts, difficulty 6. The mor successes, the better the condition of the item; a good roll can even make a flawed creation superior to when it left the forge.

Taught by: Hearth or Forge spirits

Book: WW:tDA

Threads of the Tapestry (Glass Walker Rank 1)

This Gift allows the Garou to determine the basic elements of a situation that seems confused or deliberately obfuscated. The Garou can discern which individual in a group really holds power or whether someone is acting under duress.

System: The player rolls Wits + Enigmas (difficulty 7). Each success allows the character to uncover one basic behind-the-scenes fact, usually the leader of a group or the emotional context of an otherwise poker-faced contact.

Taught by: Shantar

Book: RatH

Trick Shot (Glass Walker Rank 1)

This Gift, once an acquired taste, has undergone a recent surge in popularity. It allows the Garou to execute brilliant feats of sharpshooting, such as shooting a weapon from an opponent's hand or firing down the barrel of an enemy's gun. The Garou cannot use this Gift to harm an opponent directly, however, and he can use Trick Shot only with rifles, pistols or revolvers. Air-spirits teach this Gift.

System: The player adds the character's permanent Glory rating to his dice pool when performing a really outlandish shooting trick. Again, this Gift does not allow direct damage to targets ("I'll shoot him between the eyes!"), but it can be used to injure opponents indirectly ("I'll shoot the rope that's holding the chandelier over his head!"). The effects are permanent.

Taught by: Air spirits

Book: WW3e

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Cybersenses (Glass Walker Rank 2)

The Garou, through studying his own senses and the tools of science, may alter his sensory perceptions to those of a machine. Thus, he can change his hearing to detect radar, change his eyes to detect UV emissions or radiation, etc. This Gift is taught by any technological spirit.

System: The Garou spends one Gnosis point per sense affected. Thereafter, he substitutes a Perception + Science roll for any Perception rolls involving the new sense(s). The effect lasts for a scene.

Fixit (Glass Walker Rank 2)

The Garou can figure out what's wrong with a device and make on-the-spot repairs which allow the item to run or function for a short time.

System: The player rolls Intelligence + Repair (difficulty 7). One success allows the character to repair the targeted item so that it functions for one turn. Two successes enable it to work for one scene, while three or more successes indicates that the item has been permanently repaired, barring excessive use or subsequent damage.

Taught by: Shantar

Book: RatH

Garafena's Crown (Glass Walker Rank 2)

Garafena was a mythical serpent in Russian folklore that sat upon a golden crown and was called upon to give blessing to his followers. A recent Gift that has only been known since 1998, Garafena now offers his blessings to any Garou who wears his mark. This Gift is taught by a snake spirit.

System: The Glass Walker must don a crown of some description, a hate, or even a scrab of fabric wrapped around their head will do. The player then spends one Gnosis. For the rest of the scene, any guns fired by the Glass Walker will never run out of ammunition.

Taught by: Snake spirit

Book: PG3e

Gift of Salt (Glass Walker Rank 2 - Warders)

This unassuming and yet highly useful Gift allows a Warder to preserve food at the peak of its freshness, that he might enjoy its bounty year-round. The Warders use this Gift often, not only to assure

that they have a supply of food that won't offend their acute senses, but also to help maintin the health of their Kin. The only drawback is that all food preserved in this manner takes on a slightly salty taste (as if dusted with tears) - but most folk consider this aftertaste, even on fruit, much preferable to the usual flavours of mould and rot.

This Gift is taught by a Salt-spirit

System: The player spends a Gnosis point for each 20 pounds of food to be preserved, and rolls Intelligence + Herbalism (difficulty 6). The food remains fresh and insect-free for one month per success.

Taught by: Salt spirits

Book: WW:tDA

Heat Metal (Glass Walker Rank 2)

Glass Walkers - who understand the workings of science and spirits alike - can mystically excite the molecules within metal. Metal heated in such a way can be forged, molded or used to sear flesh. A red-hot crowbar can be a very effective weapon, and heating the exterior of a gasoline tanker can have explosive results. Glass Walkers learn this gift from fire, metal or earth elementals.

System: The Glass Walker must spend one Gnosis point and successfully roll Intelligence + Repair. The difficulty varies from base metals (such as copper or lead) at difficulty 6 to complex alloys (such as steel or titanium alloy) at difficulty 7. The number of successes equals the number of rounds the metal stays heated. Touching heated metal causes one aggravated, unsoakable Health Level of damage per round.

Mask the Predator (Glass Walker Rank 2 - Warders)

Even the gentlest Warder unsettles horses, dogs and other domestic animals with his presence. This Gift allows a Warder to temporarily hide his presence. This Gift allows a Warder to temporarily hide his inner Rage, allowing him to ride horses or work with dogs as if he were an ordinary man. This Gift is taught by the spirit of any domesticated animal - a face that has earned the Warders much derision among other tribes.

System: The player rolls Charisma + Animal Ken. Success means that animals treat the Warder as if he was an ordinary human for the duration of the scene. However, this power is ineffective against wolves; the Warders have had little luck in winning the confidence of their wild relatives.

Taught by: Domesticated animal spirits

Book: WW:tDA

Pennies From Heaven (Glass Walker Rank 2)

The Garou can convince money spirits to improve the value of his money by changing the denominations of the coinage or currency. This Gift is taught by money spirits.

System: The Garou spends one Gnosis point and rolls Charisma + Politics. The difficulty depends on the final desired denomination. It doesn't matter what the money already is, although few Garou will change dollars into pennies at a loss. The amount of money changed depends on the number of successes. (Storytellers of non-U.S. chronicles should adjust the following chart to the closest equivalent foreign currency.)

Denomination changed to: Difficulty

Penny 3

Nickel 4

Dime 5

Quarter 6

Dollar bill 7

Five dollar bill 8

Twenty dollar bill 9

Any other currency 10

Successes Amount (in coins or bills)

1 5

2 10

3 20

4 50

5 100

Glass Walker financial managers frown on the blatant use of this Gift, since it tends to attract the attention of other supernaturals who are concerned with money (such as the mage Syndicate). If too much of this mutant money hits the market too quickly, there will surely be supernatural retribution from other parties.

Phone Diving (Glass Walker Rank 2)

By invoking this Gift and calling upon his ability to step between worlds, a Glass Walker with this Gift can travel along the phone lines that span the globe. The number must first be dialed and physically answered - answering machines, voicemail and modems prevent this Gift from working.

System: By spending a Willpower point and then making a Gnosis roll (difficulty of the localGauntlet), the Garou can travel from their current location to wherever their call is answered. The time taken is the same as the time to travel through the Gauntlet, but even if the receiver is replaced in that time, the Gift is still successful. A botch on the Gnosis roll sends the Garou catapulting into the unknown.

Power Surge (Glass Walker Rank 2)

By speaking with the spirits of electricity, the Garou may cause a blackout over a wide-spread area. This Gift is taught by an electricity elemental.

System: The Garou spends one Gnosis point and rolls Wits + Science (difficulty 7). The area blacked or browned out depends on the number of successes rolled. One success is a single circuit, two for an entire house or storey and so on.

Reload (Glass Walker Rank 2 - Iron Riders)

With this Gift, the Garou does not need to take time to reload her firearm; the Gift reloads the weapon automatically with shells or shot she carries on her person. A Metal-spirit teaches this Gift.

System: The Garou need spend only one Willpower point and have the appropriate type of ammunition on hand. For the rest of the scene, her gun remains loaded until she runs out of reserves. Shots fired beyond her normal maximum vanish from her gunbelt or satchel.

Taught by: Metal-spirit

Book: Wild West Companion

Steel Fur (Glass Walker Rank 2)

Garou with this Gift can temporarily convert their fur into steel. This Gift is taught by metal or earth elementals.

System: the Garou must spend one Willpower point and roll Stamina + Science (difficulty 7). Each success adds one to the Garou's soak dice pool. The effect lasts for one scene or until the Garou decides to convert the metal back into fur. While this Gift is active, the Garou suffers a +1 difficulty to all Social rolls (except among Glass Walkers) and Dexterity rolls.

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Consumption of Machine Essence (Glass Walker Rank 3)

This Gift allows the Garou who posesses it to consume the essence of some form of Weaver technology, and thus gain a measure of its power and abilities. The Garou must literally consume the item - thus only objects which can fit within even the generous mouth of a crinos form are able to be affected by this Gift. This Gift only affects crafted and created items - a sharpened stick or a fire would not be proper components.

Once absorbed, the Garou is able to continue to use the item in a spiritual form - an absorbed key can be used to unlock its matching door, a pen can still be used to write - but the Garou need only touch the item to be affected. To the outside observer, the Garou using absorbed objects does not have the object in hand - they are somehow writing with a finger, or pointing at someone and yelling Bang. The objects behave as they would in life - swallowed binoculars would only have the same magnification as they did before being used in the Gift, bullets fired from an absorbed gun would have the same forensic fingerprint as if the Garou had used it in hand, etc. Once objects have been affected by the Gift, they also work within the Umbra as they would in the Realm.

System: Any object to be consumed must first be invested with some spiritual essence via the Talisman Dedication ritual. The Garou must take the object into the Umbra, where they eat the object while activating the Gift. To activate, the Garou spends a point of Gnosis and rolls Wits + Primal Urge at a difficulty depending on the complexity of the item - an item with a simple function like a knife or key would be difficulty 5, whereas a PDA might be difficulty 9. As stated, the Garou must be able to consume the item - they do not literally need to chew and swallow it, but they must be able to close their mouth around it - successfully activating the Gift means that the object is absorbed, while an unsucessful attempt will leave the Garou coughing and gagging at the object now lodged in the mouth or windpipe.

Once the object is successfully absorbed, the Garou must spend a willpower point to use it. If a roll would normally be required to successfully use the item, that roll still applies (Dexterity Firearms, for instance) at its normal difficulty.

Although the object is absorbed, it still counts towards the maximum number of objects that a Garou can dedicate with the Talisman Dedication ritual. The Garou can expunge an absorbed object only within the Umbra, and it is expelled in a spirit form only - the material form is destroyed as part of the Gift.

Taught by: Bower birds and Weaver spiders

Book: Damien

Control Complex Machines (Glass Walker Rank 3)

The Garou may bargain with the strange spirit life of the electronic world, thereby controlling cars, calculators, computers, video games, et al. The Gift is taught by a Net-Spider (the knowledge is sometimes stolen from the spirit, much as a cracker copies protected files).

System: The Garou spends one Willpower point and rolls Manipulation + an appropriate skill (Computer, Science, Electronics) against a difficulty ascertained by the Storyteller (usually 8). This control lasts for the duration of the scene.

Data Flow (Glass Walker Rank 3)

The Glass Walkers originally developed this Gift as a "remote control" for new electronic devices. As the computer gained importance, this Gift gained a whole new utility. Glass Walkers now use this ability to take control of the data resources that are so important to the world's economy and to the world in general. By focusing her attention on a single computer, a Glass Walker can take control of that machine from across the room. She can order it to erase its memory, alter security clearances, transmit false data or simply print a document. An electrical spirit or the even more complex computer spirits can teach this Gift.

System: A successful Wits + Computer roll (difficulty 7) plus the expenditure of one Gnosis point establishes contact with the computer. as long as the Garou keeps her target in line of sight, she can maintain contact with the machine. While this Gift allows remote access, the Garou must still make all the appropriate rolls to manipulate the computer.

Elemental Favour (Glass Walker Rank 3)

By cajoling a nearby urban elemental, the Garou can get the elemental to perform one "favor" for her. This can include the manipulation or even destruction of the elemental's housing - thus a metal vault door might unlock itself, a glass sheet might explode at the Garou's enemies, cables might coil around the Garou's opponents, etc. This Gift is taught by any urban elemental.

System: The Garou rolls Charisma + Subterfuge against a difficulty of the elemental's Gnosis.

Invent (Glass Walker Rank 3)

By invoking this Gift, the Glass Walker can use pseudo-science to create minor gadgets and devices to get him out of a fix. The closer the theory is to the laws of Science, the more likely the Gift can fool reality for the few necessary moments.

System: The player must roll Intelligence + Repair (difficulty 8, modified by Storyteller whim). A Gnosis point must be spent to alter the material so that it will work as the Garou intends.

Lightning Rage (Glass Walker Rank 3 - Iron Riders)

The Iron Rider can channel her Rage into an electrical charge. With this Gift, she can shock opponents whom she is able to touch or who are in contact with a conductive material (e.g., metal or water). A Lightning-spirit teaches this Gift.

System: For every Rage point the player spends, she can inflict three soakable, aggravated wounds on as many Garou (or fewer).

Taught by: Lightning-spirit

Book: Wild West Companion

Tangling the Skein (Glass Walker Rank 3)

This Gift enables the Garou to cause confusion among her enemies by mixing up their perceptions so that they cannot decide who to follow or what to do next. The effect resembles that of the Gift: Mitanu's Deliberate Misinformation, except it distorts what others discern through sight or memory, rather than through what they hear. Victims may mistake one person for another and follow the wrong leader or they may go to the wrong meeting place in the mistaken impression they are proceeding to the correct spot.

System: The player spends a point of Gnosis and rolls Manipulation + Enigmas (difficulty of the victim's Willpower). Each success allows the character to alter one visual or remembered perception for her victim. She can cause a Black Spiral Dancer to confuse the weakest member of his pack for the pack leader or make a rival show up at the wrong caern for an important meeting.

Taught by: Shantar

Book: RatH

Tongues (Glass Walker Rank 3 - Warders)

This Gift allows the user to read or write any human language encountered, no matter how ancient or obscure. Galliards often use this Gift when translating ancient texts to revive old legends or compose new songs for Moots. This Gift is taught by a Raven-spirit.

System: After spending one Willpower point, the player rolls her Intelligence+Linguistics. The obscurity and relative age of the language determines the difficulty. A common modern language such as Spanish is difficulty 4. An ancient and obscure tongue such as Etruscan, would be difficulty 8 (the difficulty increases in later years as more time has passed since the death of the most ancient tongues). The number of successes determines the character's fluency with the language.

Taught by: Raven

Book: WW:tDA

Wage Slave (Glass Walker Rank 3)

This Gift allows a Glasswalker using it to bind another being to a preagreed contract. The Garou 'pays' something of value to the other participant in the contract and the contractee is bound to fulfil the agreed deal, or suffer the consequences. However, if the contract also contains requirements for the Glasswalker in the deal, they too are bound by this Gift. It is not necessary for the target to agree to the deal - they merely need to know of the requirements and accept the payment.

System: When the contract is sealed by payment (either money or other valuables), the Garou spends a Gnosis point. From then on, both participants are bound to the terms of their agreement. If either break the deal, then they will suffer an ongoing curse - other deals may sour, weaver technology can fails for them and so on. The exact details are up the GM, or may be delineated in the contract itself. Multiple people may be bound to the Glasswalker by the same contract, but each new participant must be paid, and gnosis must be spent to activate the Gift.

Taught by: Weaver spirits

Book: Damien

Weaponmaster (Glass Walker Rank 3 - Warders)

Over the past few centuries, humans have developed a bewildering array of weapons. The Warders have great respect for this talent for war, and have learned this Gift to take advantage of that talent. A Warder with this Gift can utilise any man-made weapon as if he were fully trained in it from childhood; this Gift is particular popular among lupus.

This Gift is taught by a War spirit

System: No roll is necessary; the granted expertise is automatic. When using any weapon, no matter how unfamiliar, the Warder's attach dice pool is squal to the total of his Dexterity + Melee (or Archery, as appropriate) or his Gnosis pool, whichever is higher. In addition, no matter how many modifiers may apply, the difficulty of his attack roll cannot exceed 8.

This Gift is not effective when dealing with firearms, a fact that contributes to its eventual obsolenescence.

Taught by: War spirit

Book: WW:tDA

Web Walker (Glass Walker Rank 3)

This Gift allows a Glass Walker to move along the Pattern Web through the Umbra. Possessing this Gift prevents a Garou from being trapped in the Gauntlet - while they cannot leave the Gauntlet for an hour, they can move within its structure.

System: To move onto the pattern web requires the expenditure of a point of Gnosis. Once there,

Weaver spirits will ignore the Glass Walker on a roll of Charisma + Science against a difficulty of 7. To avoid the chance of being trapped within the Gauntlet, the Garou must spend a point of Gnosis before rolling to step sideways.

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Attunement (Glass Walker Rank 4)

By standing in a particular area, the character can commune with the spirits of the area, thus getting an overview or what exists or has happened in the area - rough population, secret tunnels, places of note and so on. This Gift is taught by a Rat spirit to Bone Gnawers and a Cockroach spirit to the Glass Walkers.

System: The Garou spends one Gnosis point and rolls Perception + Streetwise (difficulty 6). The amount of information gathered depend on the number of successes; on a botch, the spirits lie. This Gift may only be used in urban areas, as the Gnawers have become desensitised to the wilderness.

Camera Eye (Glass Walker Rank 4)

The Garou can "film" events simply by looking at them. They will be recorded onto the retina of the werewolf who uses this Gift and can be later transferred onto video tape or still film. While the images thus captured can be as artful as any photographic shot, they cannot be altered until they are later transferred to a physical medium.

System: Any sight that the Garou witnesses can be captured with the expenditure of a Gnosis point and a roll of Perception + Alertness (or Performance for artistic shots) at a difficulty 5. To transfer the images to a viewable medium, the Garou must stare at the object and spend a Willpower point. This Gift lasts for a scene.

Corner Shot (Glass Walker Rank 4 - Wise Guys)

This Gift makes any Glass Walker goodfella a feared opponent. Any single bullet fired will "home in" on its target, regardless of any cover or changes in direction is needs to take. Only single shots will work - autofire in not possible.

System: The Garou player must spend a point of Gnosis, and then roll Dexterity + Firearms at the normal difficulty. As long as the named target is within the range of the gun and within 90 degrees either side of the way the Garou is pointing, they will be hit with the bullet as if it was fired in a straight line.

Doppleganger (Glass Walker Rank 4)

The Garou may take the exact likeness of a particular human or wolf, or even another Garou. This is taught by a Chameleon spirit, or a spirit of Illusion.

System: The Garou spends on Gnosis point and rolls Charisma + Performance (difficulty 8). The effect lasts for one day per success.

Phone Travel (Glass Walker Rank 4)

Much like the level 2 Gift of Phone Diving, Phone Travel lets the Garou step through the phone lines, surfing the phone networks until he arrives at his destination. Unlike the original Gift, however, the phone need not be answered for the Garou to appear.

System: The Garou simply steps sideways as per normal, but chooses to travel down the phoneline. No Willpower point is spent, and if the Gnosis roll is botched, the Gift simply fails. However, because the phone receiver at the far end does not need to be lifted (although the Garou needs to know the number) there is a chance that the Garou can be trapped at the far end of the line. If the other end of the phone line is a modem, answering machine or voice mail, the Garou must make a Wits + Athletics roll (difficulty 7) to dodge ending up in the wrong place. If they fail - well, listening to the voicemail or answering machine message will surprise its owner. If the other end of the line is a modem, then the Garou is catapulted into the Computer Realm.

Shantar's Loom (Glass Walker Rank 4)

The use of this Gift allows the Garou to craft some item from the energy provided by either Gnosis, Rage or Willpower. The item may not involve multiple parts or have an overly complex make-up. For example, a Garou cannoy make a gun using this Gift, but she can craft a dagger or hunting knife.

System: The Garou spends either a Gnosis, Rage or Willpower point and rolls Dexterity + Repair (difficulty 8 for simple items, 9 for more sophisticated ones). One success produces the item desired, while additional successes refine its quality and durability. The Storyteller may require additional successes to make an item from an inappropriate trait - such as making a child's blanket from a Rage point. The item lasts a day per success.

Taught by: Shantar

Book: RatH

Tech Speak (Glass Walker Rank 4)

By mentally interfacing with the Machine, the Garou can send communications through any technological device. By concentrating her will upon the individual(s) whom she wishes to communicate with, communication devices will project the information at the intended individuals: telephones shout, stereos blare and printers print out the message. If no communication device is present, other devices can be activated: alarms will go off, lights flash or plumbing turns on. This Gift is taught by Pattern Spiders.

System: The Garou spends a Gnosis point and rolls Manipulation + Science. The difficulty depends on the distance to the target: the next room is 4, the same building is 5, one block away is 6, one mile away is 7, one time-zone away (from Eastern to Central Standard Time) is 8, anywhere in the world (as long as there is a technological device present at the location) is 9. The clarity of the message depends on the number of successes. One success may only communicate one word, such as "run", while five successes may allow a reading of the Gettysburg Address.

Tractor Beam (Glass Walker Rank 4)

The Garou can transport non-dedicated objects with her to the Umbra when she steps sideways. She may not take living creatures, only objects. This Gift is taught byWeaver spirits.

System: The Garou spends on Willpower point for each object brought over to the Umbra. It must be something she can carry and it must weigh no more than her own body weight. However, two or more Garou with this Gift can team up and carry larger items into the Spirit World. Despite its name, the user of this Gift does not emit a beam.

Virtual Umbra (Glass Walker Rank 4)

This Gift allows a Glass Walker to be instantly transported into the Computer Web from any section of the Pattern Web, or when stepping sideways near a known computer terminal in the real world.

System: By spending a Gnosis point and rolling Intelligence + Computers (difficulty 8), the Garou may travel instantly to the Computer Web. The Glass Walker can transport other beings with him at a cost of one Willpower point per individual.

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Calm the Flock (Glass Walker Rank 5)

With this power, the Garou may walk among humans without accidentally evoking the Curse or the Delirium. This allows her to live among humans and maintain a family. The effects, however, do not last for long. This Gift is taught by a homid Ancestor spirit.

System: The Garou rolls Manipulation + Subterfuge (difficulty 7). The number of successes indicates the number of hours that the effect lasts.

Chaos Mechanics (Glass Walker Rank 5)

Werewolves pulse with the Wyld's energies, of course, but all creatures with form and nature have something of the Weaver in them, or so the Glass Walkers argue. Upon learning this Gift, the Glass Walker reconciles the two halves of his being, and he can summon primal energy and mystic form at the same time.

System: A Garou with this Gift may use Rage and Gnosis in the same turn without penalty. Doing so allows the Garou to use Rage actions to activate fetishes and use Gifts requiring Gnosis (providing that the Gift does not require a full turn to activate). What's more important is that it allows the Garou to take Rage actions in the same turn that he steps sideways, provided that the player rolls enough successes to get to or from the Umbra instantly. This Gift's effects are permanent.

Book: WW3e

Command the Blaze (Glass Walker Rank 5 - Warders)

Just as a wood actually needs the occasional forest fire to cleanse away the dead underbrush, cities too are said to require the occasional blaze to sweep away the filth, and allow new life to grow. However, the cities of the Dark Medieval world are often tarred, thatched firetraps. This Gift allows a Warder to direct the inevitable fire, urging it towards areas that can suffer the burning and guiding it away from valuable territory (such as libraries or the homes of Kin). Needless to say, it can prove quite useful when hunting vampires as well. This Gift is taught by a fire elemental of great strength.

System: The player must spend a Gnosis point and roll Willpower, difficulty 7. The Warders area of control originates around her person; the more successes, the farther her area of control stretches.

Successes Radius of Control

One Arm's reach

Two The entire room

Three A medium-sized building, such as an inn

Four A city block or small keep

Five Three city blocks, a castle

Six+ An entire city

The Warder's consciousness extends wherever the fire is within her area of control; however, it must be a single great blaze in origin (no bidding torches and lamps across the city to leap from their sources and run wild). She must remain still with eyes closed and concentrate to maintain control; if attacked or otherwise distracted, the control is lost (but can be regained by invoking the Gift again). The fire cannot travel underwater or across bare stone, but can otherwise leap and twist in unnatural fashion - the flames can extend up to fifteen feet away from their fuel. Needless to say, a vampire confronted with writhing tendrils of flame that seem to intelligently seek him out will probably fly into immediate Rotschreck - it would certainly seem as though God Himself were reaching out to strike the damned creature down.

Taught by: Fire elementals

Book: WW:tDA

Drown (Glass Walker Rank 5)

This Gift causes the lungs of an opponent to fill with liquid. The victim must receive immediate medical or magical assistence or die within a few minutes. The target of the Gift can attempt to help herself but can do nothing else except try to expel the fluid. This Gift can either function as a way to capture an opponent, render an enemy helpless or inflict punishment on an individual.

System: The player spends a point of Rage and rolls her Willpower (difficulty of the victim's Willpower). Only one success is necessary to activate this Gift. The victim must receive help immediately or else die from drowning. The victim may attempt to help herself by trying to cough up or otherwise expel the fluid, but she can take no other actions (including movement away from her surroundings) while she is making the attempt.

Taught by: Shantar

Book: RatH

Family Debt (Glass Walker Rank 5 - Central House)

Only dons of the Central House may learn this Gift, for they are the caretakers of the tribal debt and favors pool The Garou can call upon the past lives of other Garou to return a favor owed to the Glass Walker tribe, even if the debt was made centuries ago. Using this Gift will cause another Garou with the Past Life Background to become possessed by the ancestor whom the Glass Walker summons. The living Garou must be of the same tribe as the ancestor who is called (a Glass Walker cannot make a Bone Gnawer summon a Silver Fang ancestor). This Gift is taught by any long-lived spirit, such as a turtle or an elephant, and the Glass Walkers often have such spirits witness any business transactions they make with other Garou.

System: The Garou spends one Willpower point and rolls Gnosis against a difficulty of 10 minus the target's Past Life Background rating. If there is no Garou with Past Life present, this Gift will not work; it requires a Garou with deep connections to her ancestors to act as a conduit. If successful, the desired ancestor is summoned and possesses the target. This ancestor will then perform a duty to make up for a favor the Glass Walkers did for him in his lifetime. The Central House keeps vast records of every debt owed the tribe. It usually requires a committee vote to summon one of their debtors and thus use up the favor owed. However, Dons who learn this Gift are considered to have the power to use it whenever desired, although Dons who abuse it may wind up being voted off the board, so to speak. The player should be allowed to create the original debt condition and the debtor. "Grom Wyrmfoe of the Silver Fangs owes the Glass Walkers big, because they helped him root out vampires in Moscow in the late

1600s. Well, my character feels it's about time he repaid the favor by helping They will usually try to get revenge at some later date - to do so immediately is to insult the ancestor.

Summon Net-Spider (Glass Walker Rank 5)

The Garou can summon a Net-Spider - one of the Weaver spirits that dwell within the Realm of electronic reality. Within reasons, the Net-Spider gives its summoner absolute control over computers. The Garou can also send the Spider into someone else's system to disrupt it - the effects of this are left up to the Storyteller, but should be destructive. This Gift is taught by an avatar of Cockroach.

System: The Garou spends one Gnosis point and rolls Charisma + Computers (difficulty 8). If successful, the Net-Spider appears and will heed the Garou. The Spider allows the Garou to halve all difficulty rolls involving computers.

Technotheocratic Apocalyptica (Glass Walker Rank 5)

They say the Glass Walkers worship their technology. That's foolishness. Worshipping mere tools confuses the master with the servant. Worshipping monsters, now, that has some more flair. This Gift allows the Glass Walker to turn all machines in the room into posessed monsters; mobile phones suddenly beginning ringing at thei loudest volume and hurl themselves at the person nearest to them, televisions deliberately explode, and electrical wires whip around, tripping and strangling whomever they can see. This Gift is taught by a Pattern Spider.

System: The player spends three Rage and rolls Charisma + Science, difficulty 8. Assuming at least one success, every electric device in the room the Glass Walker is in will begin to shake. Two turns after that, the entire room is flled with monstrous electrical appliances, and everyone in the room suffers a number of unsoakable aggravated wounds equal to the number of successes rolled. Since this includes the Glass Walker, it behooves him to leave the room in the time he has.

Taught by: Pattern spider

Book: PG3e

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