Traditional Mister Grayson if you would please...and seeing as how I am new to the D6 rules you can help me with my horror campaign that I'm getting ready to do. So I have a few questions to ask if you dont mind my doing so.
1: My vampires would have the ability to take on a monstrous facial countanance like that on the lost boys or Buffy the Vampire Slayer and could switch back if wanted. How would you do this using the D6 powers rules?
2: My Vampires would lack a reflection and would not breathe or be affected by disease or harsh climates how would you pull this off?
3: My Vampires can take the form of mist....can this be done by means of the intangibility power or the elemental form enhancement of the elemental sheath power? Or would something else have to be created entirely?
4: And finally, the staking... what type of disadvantages would be needed to maximize the damage capacity of a called shot to the heart? And even then if the vampire is staked he is not dead but paralized...would the Resurrection power be sufficient for this and what enhancements would you use to make it so?
1: In my game werewolves can change any time day or night but on the nights of the full moon they undergo a mandatory transforation and while under the full moon's sway they suffer for lack of a better term a lycanthropic roid rage. They still have their sense of identity but the animal instincts are at their strongest and will injure or kill some one outright if provoked...how can this be done D6 powers wise?
2: Werewolves in my game can take two forms. The first is a near- man form like that of the glabro/dalu of Werewolf the Apocalypse/Forsaken and the second is the wolf-man hybrid form...How would you be able to pull this off? Also, when the werewolf is in his human for his senses are acute but not as acute when he is in his near- man or wolf-man forms.And he would have one rank of the regeneration power where in the other forms would have higher ranks of the power again, how would you pull this off?
3: The Achilles' Heel : Vulnerability disadvantage......I do not understand it at all ...please clarify. And how would you do a werewolves' vulnerability to silver?
These are the questions that I have Mr. Grayson. If you can point me in the right direction I will be very,very grateful.