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Crescent moon necklace


A small crescent moon hangs from a silver chain. The moon is unusually shiny and reflective and rather light when worn. It helps Van harness the Chaos purview and also gives him a +2 bonus to his DV due to the light reflection that comes off of it.


Being Shiva, Lord of Eternal Reality, time nor space have no bearing on Shiva. Also because of him being beyond time, the crescent moon is just an ornament and not an integral part of himself. Chaos, being an unpredictable force of nature, is a near impossible force to control. Shiva is one of a handful of Gods who has mastered this unpredictable force. Chaos theory states that when the present determines the future, but the approximate present does not approximately determine the future. A Scion rarely embraces Chaos, it just sort of happens. However, when the Scion realizes what’s going on, he becomes a walking improbability, a living paradox of nature. They truly are unpredictable and the only thing people can do while around them is just buckle up and hang on for the ride. Some notable owners of this necklace are Victor Lustig who sold the Eiffel Tower, Frank Abignale, titular hero of the movie “Catch me if you Can” and Charles Ponzi, the guy who the scheme is named after. While not expressly Scions of Shiva, and not even Scions for that matter, they have come into possession of this dangerous necklace. Shiva isn’t a god that really cares if someone other than one of his children uses a relic of his, as he knows that Kharma is a force that usually ends up solving the problem that set it motion. When it is given to a Scion of Shiva’s by Shiva, all the rules of nature tend to fly out of the window. In this case, the latest Scion of Shiva, Van has embraced his Chaotic nature has started to become an unpredictable force of nature.

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The Immortal Game NicMuehlenweg ThomasQRogers