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ectre Lore represents what Spectres know about themselves and their society. Characters who gain this kind of knowledge and are not playing a Spectre character should be analyzing how they are in the wrong place at the wrong time to pick up this kind of knowledge. This kind of knowledge makes other wraiths nervous to say the least.
Spectre Lore x1 - Freshly Shadow-Eaten
- Basic Understanding of the necessities (Angst, Being) and banes (the Psyche, Composure) of a Spectreís existence.
- The Malfeans gnawed the Labyrinth out of Oblivion.
- You are marked by your Caste.
- You serve Oblivion, and itís goal to total destruction of existence.
- Spectres have dimmed senses, when compared to Wraiths.
- You know many Spectre-specific terms.
Spectre Lore x2 - Mostly Unfamiliar
- Familiarity with the Caste system.
- Understands the Psyche and Harrowings.
- Knows that Spectres often participate in the Harrowings of Wraiths.
- Can give short descriptions of the Hierarchy, Renegades, and Heretics.
- Has heard of Dark Arcanoi.
- Knows about the Hive-Mind, but may not know what it is.
Spectre Lore x3 - Broad Familiarity
- Has a basic understanding of Dark Arcanoi, and may possess one or more.
- Can identify Arcanos markings.
- A rough understanding of Maelstroms and the Tempest.
- Recognizes the names of major/infamous Spectres.
- Understands Rapacity.
Spectre Lore x4 - Knows a few Secrets(DST Approval)
- Can name major Nephwracks and Malfeans.
- Knows some of the legends surrounding the Malfeans.
- Knows some of the long-term plans to free Oblivion.
- Knows that Doppelgangers have replaced a few key individuals in all three factions.
Spectre Lore x5 - What Malfeans Keep to themselves(RST Approval)
- Spectres can evolve, if they exist long enough. (Doppelgangers into Nephwracks, Shades into Malfeans, etc.)
- Spectres can be Redeemed.
- Knows of the Pasiphae.