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PostSubject: North American Folk-lore based monsters   Sat Aug 13, 2011 5:25 pm

1. Werewolves/Lycanthropes
 Infectious: Yes
 Origins: Originally unknown, from other lycans.
 Description: Strong and resilient; Lycanthropes can suck up damage all day. This only increases as they age; the older a lycan is the more abuse it takes to slow one down. Silver is your best defensive and offensive weapon against them as it causes a violent allergenic reaction in their systems, this reaction too decreases with the age of the creature. Their bite is needed to spread the bacterial infection, extremely strong antibiotics have been known to kill the infection if taken early enough; but once full onset there is no known cure. Werewolves are the most common breed of Lycanthropes but many other animals have been found; including many big cats, rats and several other rodents, and the bear.
 PuFF: Approx: 50,000 a head this does not include Were bears; they are most often docile when left alone and only become a issue when they are threatened.


2. Elves
 Infectious: No
 Origins: Arcadia
 Description: Mostly consider a nuisance within the borders of the United States. Having no real places of power of their own; they as a people have occupied the Enchanted Forest Trailer park outside Mobile Alabama. The Enchanted Forest trailer park is actually an extra-dimensional pocket and much larger then it appears covering some 2,000 approx acres and appearing from the outside to only cover 4 acres. Elves of the American nation have become very “White Trash” in nature as one researcher has put it. Their current queen is Bobby-Joe Flaunters and has signed a peace accord with their mortal enemies the Orcs after extreme pressures from the B.M.C.; with this peace treaty both races have been given protective status. There is currently no open PuFF on either races, individuals that break this accord are removed from the protective status and will have appropriate PuFF bounties placed upon them by the B.M.C.
 PuFF: none currently as a race but some as individuals. Please reference B.M.C. current wanted posters for any individuals wanted.


3. Orcs
 Infectious: No
 Origins: Baltic’s and other northern European countries.
 Description: Thought by many to be the current evolutionary state of the Neanderthals; others believe they are fallen elves; this is highly disputed by both Orcs and Elves. Orcs have mottled light green skin and extended large bottom canines that form into a type of tusks. Some have been known to have upturned pig like noses but this not the norm. They most often commonly golden colored eyes. Orcs are clannish by nature and very territorial. They tend to stay within their own lands and venture out rarely unless provoked. Do not be fooled by the stereotypes of modern media, Orcs are very honorable and peaceful creatures when left to their own devices. But once angered they are a devastating force that masses in a destructive horde quickly. The largest population in North American can currently be found in Alaska and the Canadian Yukon. The largest tribe is the Thunder-howl tribe that occupies a hunting preserve in central Alaska, their high chief is known as Chester Thunder-howl There is currently no open PuFF on either races, individuals that break this accord are removed from the protective status nd will have appropriate PuFF bounties placed upon them by the B.M.C..
 PuFF: none currently as a race but some as individuals. Please reference B.M.C. current wanted posters for any individuals wanted.


4. Worgs
 Infectious: No
 Origins: Bread by Orcs.
 Description: The traditional dire wolf of the Orc tribes. These wolves are vicious in battle but outside of battle they behave more like large dogs. Extremely loyal to their masters and defensive of their homes. They resemble massive dogs the size of horses. The protective status of the Orcs extends to the Worgs as well as they are considered domesticated live stock by the accord. Breaking of the accord by an Orc owner of a Worg results in forfeiture of the Orcs’ right to own property and the Worgs are to be seized if possible, they will be auctioned to licensed breeders the processes being paid to the claimer of the PuFF bounty on the forfeiting individual.
 PuFF: none currently as a race but some as individuals. Please reference B.M.C. current wanted posters for any individuals wanted.


5. Goblinoids
 Infectious: No, but they have been known to carry mundane diseases.
 Origins: Arcadia
 Description: A general term for evil “minor” races from the realm of arcadia. They have no commonality other then they are not elves. Their physical attributes vary but is usually marked to some connection with their environment. They have a tendency once a group becomes large enough to trouble small towns and abduct small children and attractive young woman. There is currently no open PuFF on any of the races that form this sub-group, individuals that break this accord are removed from the protective status and will have appropriate PuFF bounties placed upon them by the B.M.C.
 PuFF: none currently as a race, but when a group becomes an issue for a given geographical area a bounty is set based on the relative damage and lose of life by B.M.C. Please reference B.M.C. current wanted posters for any individuals wanted.


6. Trolls
 Infectious: No, but they have been known to carry mundane diseases.
 Origins: Arcadia
 Descriptions: A specific form of Goblinoids; Tall, lanky, and very adaptive; with skin that resembles coiled rubber hoses. They are gifted with extreme regeneration and will come back from almost any injury except from fire and cold wrought iron. They have immigrated to the United States recently. Their newest adaptation is a love of the internet, they have taken positions working for various corporations; working from various undisclosed locations. They are responsible for much of the spam and other internet scams.
 PuFF: none currently as a race, but when a group becomes an issue for a given geographical area a bounty is set based on the relative damage and lose of life by B.M.C. Please reference B.M.C. current wanted posters for any individuals wanted.


7. Huddle or Humble Folk
 Infectious: No, but they have been known to carry mundane diseases.
 Origins: Unknown, See Hags.
 Description: Short, squat, with a pronounced brow ridge. These swamp dwellers are believed to be the supernatural recession of humans or possibly Orcs. They share some of the territorial aspects of Orcs but none of the better qualities; such as personal honor. They have an acute taste for human flesh and will take captives which are often tortured before being skinned alive and eaten. They can breed with humans and have been known to take human females when their own numbers become low.
 PuFF: none currently as a race, but when a group becomes an issue for a given geographical area a bounty is set based on the relative damage and lose of life by B.M.C. Please reference B.M.C. current wanted posters for any individuals wanted.


8. Witches
 Infectious: No
 Origins: Salem, MA –predominately or Europe.
 Description: A generic group of practitioners of ritual magic within the borders of the United States. Most note worthy for their often extensive uses of black and Thaumaturgic magic. For the South American and Mexican variety see Voodoo.
 PuFF: none currently as a group, but some as individuals. Please reference B.M.C. current wanted posters for any individuals wanted.


9. Hags
 Infectious: No
 Origins: Believed to be ancient witches; possibly an undead variant of witches.
 Description: Withered and decrepit woman of terrifying visages. Sometimes found in the company of Huddle/Humble folk. Some believe this to be a link to the origins of one or the other. No definitive evidence has been found proving this. They are very powerful ritual spell casters and have a veracious appetite for human flesh. Almost always found in threes.
 PuFF: 190,000 each


10. Big foot (Sasquatch)
 Infectious: No
 Origins: Unknown
 Description: Often referred to as the great North American ape or gorilla this is a mistake easily made based on their appearance. They hold no genetic relationship to any primate and are more closely related to the North American squirrel then any other know living animal. Highly intelligent and reclusive they rarely come into conflict with any other creatures. Omnivorous in diet but proffering fish and natural grains and fruits to all else they are very peaceful creatures and enjoy protected status under the mandate of the B.M.C.
 PuFF: none currently as a race but some as individuals, they are very sub-satiable to the rabies virus and an infected Sasquatch is a best described as a rampaging beast; they are to be put down immediately. All creatures disposed of because of disease will be tested before any bounties are paid. Please reference B.M.C. current disease related postings for further information and individuals wanted.


11. Wendigo
 Infectious: No
 Origins: Native American folk lore and ritual magic.
 Description: Large, hairy, vicious looking, often adorned with the accoutrements of Native American tribal magic. Well over 10 feet tall these behemoths are very dangerous when encountered on their home turf. They are the remains of medicine men that have committed unspeakable evils, often acts of cannibalism. Every Wendigo appears differently reflecting the nature of the original individual.
 PuFF: none currently as a race but some as individuals. Please reference B.M.C. current wanted posters for any individuals wanted.


12. Shape Shifters
 Infectious: No
 Origins: Unknown; possibly old Fae manipulation of early humans; “The Changeling legend”
 Description: Able to take the shape of others by consuming the skin of the target.
 PuFF: Approx: 50,000

13. Chupacabra
 Infectious: No, but they have been known to carry mundane diseases and all carry a very strong paralytic toxin that quickly liquefies tissue.
 Origins: Unknown; believed to be a magical hybrid of various species.
 Description: The unholy blending of lizard and insect; the Chupacabra approx 3 feet tall at the shoulder. They have the head and body of a small dinosaur and the multi-facet eyes and mandibles of an insect. Along with razor sharp claws on both the fore and hide limbs; their bodies are covered with rigid chitin plates. But their most truly terrifying feature is their prehensile tongue that is tipped with a sharp barb that delivers a potent paralytic toxin that liquefies tissues before it sucks the quickly into the greedy little beast. They are pack hunters normally hunting in packs of 10; but packs as large as 30 have been reported. They have slightly above animal intelligence and have been seen to use crude tools and ambush tactics.
 PuFF: Approx: 15,000 each

 prehensile tongue that is tipped with a sharp barb that delivers a potent paralytic toxin that liquefies tissues before it sucks the quickly into the greedy little beast. They are pack hunters normally hunting in packs of 10; but packs as large as 30 have been reported. They have slightly above animal intelligence and have been seen to use crude tools and ambush tactics.
 PuFF: Approx: 15,000 each

14. Giant Serpents/Lake Monsters
 Infectious: No, but they have been known to carry mundane diseases and several species have been found to be venomous
 Origins: Unknown; speculation that they are a species of an extinct of dinosaur.
 Description: Ranging from smaller sized Plesiosaurs, massive crocodiles/alligators, to over grown snakes of various species. The current Snake-headed fish is an example of these little monsters introduced to an ecology that will not allow them to grow to their full size left alone a snake head will eventually reach sizes of over 30 feet in length.
 PuFF: none currently as a group, but some as individuals. Please reference B.M.C. current wanted posters for any individuals wanted. Most enjoy protected status till they become an issue for humans or their population sized becomes too large.


15. Dire Animals
 Infectious: No, but they have been known to carry mundane diseases.
 Origins: Thought to be throw backs to prehistoric ancestors of the individual species.
 Description: Covers all enlarged and or “Mutant” animals.
 PuFF: none currently as a group, but some as individuals. Please reference B.M.C. current wanted posters for any individuals wanted. Most enjoy protected status till they become an issue for humans or their population sized becomes too large.


16. Incan/Maya Priests and Priestess (specialized mummies, not listed under undead due to localize nature of existence.)
 Infectious: No
 Origins: Unknown; thought to be animated mummies of the Incan and Mayan peoples.
 Descriptions: Ranging from withered and desiccated corpses to fully fleshed and slightly vampiric appearing humans. The powers can vary per individuals; but most often practices some form of ritual magic and blood sacrifices.
 PuFF: None as they have yet to be found within the borders of the United States. Various South American countries and Mexico have standing bounties of equal to approx 100,000 Dollars on their disposal.


17. Voodoo Priests and Priestess
 Infectious: No
 Origins: Hybridization of Catholicism and various pagan religious; the practitioners of Voodoo become an issue when the start creating their own particular versions of Zombies. (see Voodoo Zombie) Found most heavily with in the southern states, Caribbean, and Puerto Rico.
 Description: Normal humans that practice a form of ritual/faith magic.
 PuFF: none currently as a group, but some as individuals. Please reference B.M.C. current wanted posters for any individuals wanted.


18. Vulgar Mages
 Infectious: No
 Origins: The loss of true High Wizardry has spawn multiple generations of “Hedge Wizards” or “Vulgar Mages”
 Description: The practice of vulgar magic is possible by any mortal with the will and the intelligence to understand the concepts and mathematical formulas need to bring about the effects desired. It’s most defining drawback is that is exacts a toll on the practitioners equal to the actual physical effort need to complete the same effect through mundane means. The energy must come from some were; some practitioners have discovered ways to draw power from others but this opens them to retaliation under PuFF.
 PuFF: none currently as a group, but some as individuals. Please reference B.M.C. current wanted posters for any individuals wanted.


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PostSubject: Offical Puff table update request.   Wed Aug 24, 2011 1:18 pm

Rubin "Death" Rodriquez: "so what is the puff on elves, and when can we start hunting?"
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PostSubject: Offical Puff table update request. - Milly   Wed Aug 24, 2011 2:24 pm

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To: All I.B.P.H. personnel
From: Mildread Sands

Subject: Changes to PuFF tables - Release in response to personnel inquiries.

Body: The Federal Government has released a supplemental PuFF table for the adjustments made to this fiscal years PuFF tables after the recent issues with the Elvin Nation. All Half Elves are still exempt from PuFF at this time please refer to the table below for details. Individuals that carry specific exemption paper work for specific services to the US Government, Children, and all non combative (Any elf that surrenders to arrest is to be considered a non combative) still are exempt at this time as well. PuFF bounties will only be paid when accompanied by evidence of the creatures applicable status. Failure to provide proper proof of a combative status can result in prosecution under US non nationalized entity protection act of 1967. The PuFF bounty on all other approved Elvin targets is payable for licences removals as of 1 September 2011. All Dollar amounts listed are per individuals entities detain or liquidated.

Elvin Supplemental PuFF Table
Arrest of
Non-Combative
500 USD
"LQ" Non-military
combative individual
1,000 USD
Arrest of
Non-military
combative individual
1,500 USD
"LQ" Military Combative
2,000 USD +
(*Amount adjusted based on rank)
Arrest of
Military Combative
3,000 USD +
(*Amount adjusted based on rank)
Arrest of
Magic skilled Combative
10,000 USD +
(*Amount adjusted based on rank)
"LQ" Magic skilled Combative
8,000 USD +
(*Amount adjusted based on rank)

** All PuFF bounties are paid only to licenced orginazations and their approved represenatives. Please provide all evidence to the filing clerk at the time of filing for review.



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