Slang

In the World of Nightlife the monsters have developed their own Slang. Ways of talking out in the open so that humanity at large does not know what they are talking about.

  • Baby: A human who has only recently been converted into a member of the kin.
  • Big Mike: The sun
  • Blood Bank: Clubs that caters to the specific needs of Vampyres.
  • Boss: Term of respect to any Kin older than oneself.
  • Brown Noser: Derogatory term for a Werewolf in Lupine form.
  • Butt It: Short for “be quiet”
  • Cheeking: To acquire prey through means of seduction.
  • Clean and Floss: To disguise a prey victim’s cause of death so as not to arouse the suspicions of a examiner.
  • Crowley: Any human who is aware of the existence of the Kin.
  • Drac: Derogatory term for a Vampyre.
  • Edge: A supernatural power.
  • Frankie: Derogatory term for an Animate.
  • Go to College: Learn about the Kin.
  • Herd: Humanity in general.
  • Hook: Willing victim addicted to the Drain of a Push who voluntarily comes back for more.
  • Kin: The inhuman races.
  • Monster: Derogatory term for any Kin.
  • Push: One who preys on Hooks, willing addicted victims.
  • Rat sucker: Derogatory term for a commune Vampyre.
  • Red Beer: Blood, by the Glass.
  • Renfield: Herd serving a Kin
  • Rotters: Nerve Rot Victims
  • Scatter: Die a true death.
  • Shag It: To leave in haste.
  • True Death: Death for a Kin in such a a way that resurrection is impossible.
  • Turnip: Extremely insulting slang term for a Ubo.
  • Umbrella: To be under the protection of another Kin.
  • Vlad: Derogatory term for a Vampyre.
  • Whitey: Derogatory Nickname for a Wyght.
  • Wormholes: Catacombs of unknown origins. Considered Dangerous for good reasons.

Slang

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