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Hey! I think I’ve seen that artwork before…: Sower-of-Thunder edition

ajabahyena:

So anybody remember this crazy Red Talon from this book?

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If you sent away the form within the book, you would get a Rage Promo card, like so:

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Well, it turns out he’s much older than 1995! He was around in 1992! If the very first Werewolf: the Apocalypse corebook is anything to go by. Click “Read More” to see his black and white mug.

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zforhire:

The next dish from W20 cook book that I tackled for my troupe was the Get of Fenris’ Gravad Lax with Dill and Mustard Sauce!
This might have been the most intimidating recipe I’ll have to do for this project, since it was all about curing fish.  Definitely haven’t done that before!  So it was a little nervous making…but pretty fun, nonetheless.  Sometimes it’s nice to try working with a “set it and forget it” recipe.  I was also surprised and happy with how easily it sliced at the end since I’ve never had to do that either. :D
My sauce never quite made it to the consistency of mayonnaise, but I still really enjoyed the taste of it with the fish and the rye bread.  I think it was pretty well received by the group too, which was nice because it was pretty far from our usual norm.
And speaking of that, I’d just like to point out how awesome my partner is being about this whole undertaking.  A lot of the recipes in the cook book are way out of her comfort zone but, because I’m making them for her game, she’s at least trying all of them anyway.  And so far she’s been surprised to like all of them!  (The apple pie was the biggest victory.)  It’s a really great time. :D 
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zforhire:

The next dish from W20 cook book that I tackled for my troupe was the Get of Fenris’ Gravad Lax with Dill and Mustard Sauce!

This might have been the most intimidating recipe I’ll have to do for this project, since it was all about curing fish.  Definitely haven’t done that before!  So it was a little nervous making…but pretty fun, nonetheless.  Sometimes it’s nice to try working with a “set it and forget it” recipe.  I was also surprised and happy with how easily it sliced at the end since I’ve never had to do that either. :D

My sauce never quite made it to the consistency of mayonnaise, but I still really enjoyed the taste of it with the fish and the rye bread.  I think it was pretty well received by the group too, which was nice because it was pretty far from our usual norm.

And speaking of that, I’d just like to point out how awesome my partner is being about this whole undertaking.  A lot of the recipes in the cook book are way out of her comfort zone but, because I’m making them for her game, she’s at least trying all of them anyway.  And so far she’s been surprised to like all of them!  (The apple pie was the biggest victory.)  It’s a really great time. :D 

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