Recommended by Luigi Lunewalker

Luigi Lunewalker
As I said when I favorited this story; it is very well written and the setting is well used. For fans of the World of Darkness, it's a great story and if you really want to know, the characters are so much more tangible than many people I actually know; I feel more life in them than in half the national population. That's it.
"WHO'S" and "WHOSE"

"Who's" is a contraction for "who is." "Whose" indicates possession. Ex.: Who's attending the conference? Whose jacket is this?


"Precede" means to come before in time or order. "Proceed" means to continue or move forward. Ex.: The introduction precedes the main text. After the break, we will proceed with the meeting.

Recommended by Mistiic

In addition to great spelling, this story has the Vampire in Masquerade theme, but it has a separate, divergent and very personal universe. The author manages to capture attention with small details that make us want to know the next ones. She took the legend of the creation of the Cainites and turned it into something personal and very eye-catching. I can even say that the chronicles could even use this new information, since the creation of the first cursed people is a myth.