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Baron Cemetiere : Uncle Skeleton

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Baron Cemetiere : Uncle Skeleton

Tips: 0.00 INK Postby Baron Cemetiere on Mon Oct 30, 2006 3:01 am

He has many names: Papa Mamba, Uncle Skeleton, Baron la Croix, Papa Ghede, Baron Samedi, Unholy Ghost, etc. He is the voodoo-catholic St. Gerard, guardian of the crossroads. His staff, called the coco-macaque, has the power to turn people into zombies.

[align=center]"The Veve of Baron la Croix"[/align]
Baron Cemetiere is a shaman dhampir, or vampirlycan. A powerful magician, he is said to enjoy harsh rum and tabacco. Baron has the abilities of both vampirs and lycans, with the advantage of being both human and spirit in nature.

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Baron Cemetiere is an obscene, sexual persona known for causing disruptions and hallucinations. He is fond of liquor, especially rum. He also enjoys hot red peppers, coca oil and burning incense. Rodents and insects are his constant companions, and cold dark spaces are where he finds himself comfortable. Baron has the power to turn people into slaves by using his magic spells and zombie powder. Some say he even has the ability to change shape, and possess people.

((This is all the information I have right now, I haven't really created a descriptive profile yet. But in the near future, I plan to add more to this page so be on the lookout.))

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