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Monster hunting, the mission the [[Imbued (cWOD)|Hunters]] go through after their ''Imbuing''. Also known as the 'Most Dangerous Game' or MDG.
 
Monster hunting, the mission the [[Imbued (cWOD)|Hunters]] go through after their ''Imbuing''. Also known as the 'Most Dangerous Game' or MDG.
   
Not all Imbued choose to go on the hunt, Innocents, Redeemers and certain Judges and Visionaries have been known to aviod the hunt, but many attend with different objectives other than destorying the unnatural;
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Not all Imbued choose to go on the hunt, Innocents, Redeemers and certain Judges and Visionaries have been known to avoid the hunt, but many attend with different objectives other than destroying the unnatural;
   
 
Redeemers and Judges often give the 'monsters' a chance to demonstrate some level of Humanity and a willingness to help hunamity instead of hunting it, and Visionaries and Innocents are known to follow simply for a chance to better study the enemy in the hopes of finding a more far reaching solution than simply killing until they die.
 
Redeemers and Judges often give the 'monsters' a chance to demonstrate some level of Humanity and a willingness to help hunamity instead of hunting it, and Visionaries and Innocents are known to follow simply for a chance to better study the enemy in the hopes of finding a more far reaching solution than simply killing until they die.

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Monster hunting, the mission the Hunters go through after their Imbuing. Also known as the 'Most Dangerous Game' or MDG.

Not all Imbued choose to go on the hunt, Innocents, Redeemers and certain Judges and Visionaries have been known to avoid the hunt, but many attend with different objectives other than destroying the unnatural;

Redeemers and Judges often give the 'monsters' a chance to demonstrate some level of Humanity and a willingness to help hunamity instead of hunting it, and Visionaries and Innocents are known to follow simply for a chance to better study the enemy in the hopes of finding a more far reaching solution than simply killing until they die.

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