Glad you like it! I'll adapt him as having had his shop in Tulsa, I think, once you have the info out -- did you have anything in mind for the local Tremere already? Would it work for him to still be the 'newest' Childe of the Regent? If so, I'd appreciate some info on that, either via PM or in the info drop so I can work it in accordingly.
Oh, regarding Thaumaturgy -- any preferences regarding that? I know some STs just don't want people maining anything but
the Path of Blood, whilst others have them looked at oddly and others don't really care.
I've been seriously, seriously itching to try out one of the Paths in Blood Magic: Secrets of Thaumaturgy called 'Mastery of the Mortal Shell' because it's just … so insanely creepy and would work really well for him thematically and style-wise. I'll be upfront and say that the path definitely
needs to be adjusted -- the entry itself calls for Fortitude as a hard requirement to resist, which is rather insane, especially since it doesn't make allowances for other supernaturals. My recommended adjustment is that supernatural beings can automatically just roll Stamina to resist and add Fortitude if applicable.
Let me know if you need the writeup -- or don't want any but the thaumaturgy paths from the more main-line books (presumably core, camarilla, sabbat and clan books).
Also, rituals -- how do you want to handle those?
Sorry about all the questions. Tremere are kinda complicated.
I'd love to see the occultism and pyramid structure play into the game, but can live without -- I mean, it's not a Tremere game. (I do kinda hold out hope that one comes along sometime where I could play this guy … ironically, Tremere aren't even among my top favorite clans. I just really want to play this character.)
For the record, my top clans are probably…
Gangrel, Ravnos, Malkavian, Lasombra, Followers of Set.
And Kiasyd, kinda. Wrote an alternate version of them once that tied into Abyss Mysticism and the Shadowlands, because I really liked this idea of a bogeyman scholar who steals your memories and records them in his library. Rather terrifying.