I'm going to tell a story.
Once, I was going to run an Exalted: Dragon Blooded campaign, it was going to be Lookshy/7th legion based and heavily gundam inspired. The idea was that everyone would be warstrider pilots in the times just after the Contagion where society was still pulling itself up from the ruins, dragon blooded were fighting to rule it, the Tiger generals were going to be more of a thing as opposed to immediately kersploded, so forth. So I was pretty clear on the whole "7th legion mobile force" as I called it, everyone are young hotshot warstrider pilots, gundam inspirations, etc.
Come time to game, no one actually made a warstrider pilot. In fact no one made anything remotely connected or coherent with each other, just random stuff they slapped together and figured I'd run this campaign for them anyway. In fact, no one was even part of Lookshy/the 7th legion. Mysteriously, I did not run the campaign. It's one thing when a GM goes "hey, what would you guys like to play" or we truck in consensus worldbuilding or what have you. It's another thing when the situation is the GM presenting an outlined thing and going "this is what I'd like to run". A perfectly valid response is "I have no interest in that". An insulting response is "I want to be an exemption to everything you've just said, in a way that can't fit in it at all, now run your thing anyway, I also didn't look at anything you just noted."
I'm totally happy not to run a game if there's no interest in a game, that's just life. I'm not happy to create a campaign, present what its about, then get the equivalent of "cool story bro, now here's why I want to ignore all that, also I was ignoring you while you were talking". If you don't like the premise, don't want to be part of the premise, that's super fine, you don't actually have to play. I will bear you no ill will for it.
tl;dr: ravinwulf will not be in this game.