Askuwheteau

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Information Known by the Garou Nation

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Name: Askuwheteau

Pack: Miskwa Tibik Kizis

  • Position: Loremaster

Society: Concordat of Stars

Sept: Sept of Relentless Pursuit

  • Position:

Rank Elder





Description
He is an older man appearing to be in his mid to late 50s. He walks with a weight to him like eyes who have seen to many of passing day. He walks with the aid of his cane and moves with an old purpose. Standing at over 6’2 he is set to be


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Pack Members


Quotes

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Rumors

  • He has witnessed the eradication of an older tribe
  • He cared for the children of an old spirit for a few years.
  • He witnessed the age of atrocities
  • He likes bear-shaped tchotchkes
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Askuwheteau

Domain: Owensboro, KY
Player: Charles Oliver
Email: Priesteugenereynolds@gmail.com
VST: [garouvst.bloomington.in@gmail.com John Scott]
Location: Bloomington, IN
Template props to Jonathan Felber


Inspiration

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  • Songs
  • [Five Finger Death Punch - I Apologize] - this is the song for understanding that the world was changing and he should have stepped up more and interfered when the Native Americans passed on. What more could one do?