By Diane Keating Sciacca (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the Keepers of the Silver Flame
En route through the Flames of Transformation, their body types and auspices do not change but their tribal affiliation and coat markings do. It is said that the black parts of their coats reflect the sins of the Impergium and both Wars of Rage burnt away by the cleansing power of Pyru; Pyru marks each one of his spirit-siblings with a unique flame pattern and the coat patterns on their fur reflect the fires they walk through. The silver tips of their dark manes represents the burden on their back and serve to remind each Silver Flame of their weakness, their inner soul, and their siren song.
After the Rite, each werewolf is thereafter, for better or worse, a Keeper of the Silver Flame. The Tribe thereafter revels away the night in a thunderous, wildly orgiastic celebration to welcome their new kin and Kinfolk with aplomb.