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You've probably noticed the headers for the different army forums. VC's is "Equal Lust for Power and Blood." I've never liked it, and with the new book being released, I think we need something cool to replace it.
Any ideas? Something short and sweet, a slogan, essentially.
I can't offer much, but here goes;
> Masters of the night (Could probably interchange 'Masters' with lots of things
> Eternally thirsting for blood (I know this doesn't work for *all* of them... Plus it sounds a bit rubbish)
That's all I have time for at the moment. Time for the thinking cap...
im sorry i had to....
Hmmm, i agree with david here, i never liked it either >.>
Let me think
"Hunters in the Dark...."
"Legion of the Night...."
"Army of Darkness...."
"Where the Dead walk"
"Dawn of the Dead"
Any of these?
Ooh, I like Army of Darkness.;Y
Lords of Sylvania
Scourge of Undeath
Brains and Brawn...
Could go with a Dracula quote:
"The children of the night" (",what sweet music they make")
"The blood is life... and it shall be mine"
"I shall rise from my own death" (", to avenge hers with all the powers of darkness.")
2000AD's answer to all "How do VC deal with ..." questions: Forbidden Lore + 2 Power Stones.
Further answers will require more vodka.
"one ah ah ah, two ah ah ah... oh not that Count"
"Cause dead girls try harder"
The only serious suggestion I can go with is a play on the old Carpe Diem:
Obviously Carpe Diem is latin, generally taken to mean "Sieze the day" but more literally it means "Harvest the day".
Thus "Carpe Mortuus" is "Harvest the Dead" which is both fluffy and has a nice ring to it, although I accept that it's a perhaps a bit cryptic.
"Damnation awaits you"
"Fear the immortal ones"
Carpe Mortuus does mean Harves the dead.
All those lines are in the book.
Masters of the night(roughly to Latin)= Dominuim de la Nox