Other: concept chart
Fledgling vampire - A vampire who's only been alive a few days or even weeks, still
confused/weak, not yet had a chance to pick up those Kung fu skills they inevitably do.
Human no combat experience - A newcomer to town, little to no ability to fight,
probably reasonably fit or with some basic fight training, likely what any player
of the game falls into.
Very low powered demon - The most basic of demon fodders, child demons or spawn.
Young human some combat experience - Age 10-16 with some kind of reason to know how
to fight, former child soldier, early activated slayer etc.
Normal vampire - A vampire who's been around a few weeks or months and knows what's
the what, they're strong and tough enough to take out normal humans reliably and
with no difficulty for feeding purposes.
Scooby member - You're Xander, Oz, even Giles. You're a human who's been exposed to
the world of vampires and demons and helped in scuffles. You wouldn't feel confident
taking on a vampire or demon alone though.
Normal demon - Your average demon, common and not particularly powerful, an animal
demon would fall into this catagory.
Average half-demon - A normal person with a normal demonic parent.
Young human veteran - Age 10-16 with a high degree of combat experience and skill.
Early activated slayer who's been slaying for months/years etc.
Low to intermediate experience slayer - You're Buffy in the early parts of the show,
you can take out regular vampires and demons with no real issues, but struggle with
groups or particularly tough ones.
Combat experienced vampire or demon. Normal demons or vampires who've been exposed
to more difficult combat than normal, or have a history of some combative
training/experience. Sired soldiers, warrior demon monks.
Veteran human - You're Gunn or Riley, you're a trained demon hunter, been doing it
for years or have extensive combat experience that relates to fighting vampires and
demons. You can take out normal vamps and demons reliably.
Combat experienced half-demon - A person who's been exposed to somewhat challenging
combat and demon fighting, with a normal demon parent.
Moderately Experienced to veteran slayer - Mid seasons of Buffy or Faith, even groups
of regular vampires pose no problem and you can take on large threats one on one.
Old experienced vampires, demons or other beings: More than a hundred years old with
combat experience to back it up, you're Angel or Spike at this level.
Remarkably powerful demons, half demons or other beings: Demons, other beings, or
half demons of some rare and exceptionally powerful type. It's very rare that these
sorts of beings would be interbreeding with humans without a very good backstory.
Epic Characters - Beings that're unique, powerful and truely stand out from everyone
else in obvious ways. Examples would be The Judge, or The Beast. Epic characters look,
RP, and fight in unique and remakably impressive ways. They're not in any way organic
Epic beings do no have children, nor descend from epic parents. Epic power cannot be
'kept in a box' that is no normal human can turn into something of epic power or
keep it locked away when they don't need it, attempts to do so will always bleed
over onto the character in noticable and significant ways, normally both physically
Ancients - Subclass of epic beings, vampires, demons and others who're over half a
milenia old with the exceptional skills and experience to back it up. Their nature
still affects their appearance, RP and fighting style, but in some cases, eg vampires,
it may be more subtle.
Epic killers - Any concept from the 50s that has RKed several level 60+ characters
of Epic concept or above(Not guests or mobs), as well as having completeled several other remarkable
feats, eg saved the world a few times.
Godly power or massive monsters- Glory, Mayor post ascention, dragons, Old Ones etc.
Only attainable by boosting lower concepts.
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