Titles and Nicknames: Moon-flower, Genne, Vieve, Pup
Description: Genne is an optimistic young woman in her early twenties. She is slightly tall for her build which gives her the appearance of being weaker or frail. Her hair is long straight as a nail and a soft mouse brown color.
Concept: Tree-hugging Hippie Judge
Motivation: To unite the Garou, and to all get along.
Life as a Human: She was the daughter of Lily and Hugo Wilkins, her father a renown author of many supernatural mystery novels going by the pen name of Pinborough and her mother, a free-spirited woman who enjoyed traveling the world, or so Genne was told. Living with her father meant a lot of home-schooling and self-study. She saw her mother on holidays and periodically. She did not have an unhappy childhood. But one would say it was uneventful. She was 13 by the time she knew she was different from others and stopped trying to make friends. She remained hopelessly optimistic and continued with her own studies.
The First Change: Even though she stopped trying to make friends, she still made some thankfully. Her change came upon her one eventful weekend in Tahoe watching the annual Shakespeare festival. In the nice afternoon sun on the beach, between Much Ado About Nothing and Taming of the Shrew, Genne departed from her friends in favor for taking an intermission walk through the rustic yet beautiful trees on the north end of the lake. At the north end of the lake was her stalker-like ex boyfriend and a few of his friends, also in Tahoe for the festival. They met, and there was a quarrel. Unlike many of Shakespeare's plays there was not someone present to save her, and like many of his plays, it ended tragically. The stalker-like ex forced himself upon her, and she blacked out.
When she woke up, her mother of all people was there. Her mother was the one who sat Genne down and explained everything. Genne had become a werewolf, a garou. It was her mother that explained the ways of the Litany, the purpose of her tribe and auspice, and explained to her in a way that Genne would understand, life would never be the same again.
Life as a Werewolf: Genne in spite of her traumatic first change became a pillar of optimism for garou. She found and met the local elders of her tribe in Sacramento and established herself well with others of the near by sept outside Carson City. Her rite of passage was a task befitting a young pup of the half-moon. She mediated and negotiated through some bad blood between two packs. This earned her some renown as she entered the tribe.
Her outside life remains to appear normal. She lives on her own in a small studio apartment down town that her father has provided for her, she dates kinfolk, she appears to outsiders to be a well behaved and adapted person. She still enjoys sports, does competitive track events for the University of Nevada: Reno on occasion through she only takes one class a semester to further her education into early childhood development.
She has made some friends among the garou, specifically a Glass Walker Philodox that she remains friends with through the internet or phone. She has recently been placed in a pack by her elders containing other garou of the same rank. She hopes to demonstrate for them the usefulness of working together, and hopes to be a valued member of her pack.
Tribe: Child of Gaia
Pack Members: Night Train, Bone Gnawer Theurge; Brandon, Silver Fang Galliard; Billy, Wendigo Ahroun
Other People of Note: Jason Chipset, Glass Walker Philodox; Brian, Child of Gaia Kin and Genne's boyfriend.
|Persuasion||Subterfuge||Homid||Lowers Difficulties for social rolls|
|Truth of Gaia||Willpower||Philodox||Allows mental speak|
|Mother's Touch||Medicine vs. Rage||Child of Gaia||Heals damage.|
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