By Timothy Toner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Resembling normal tobacco cigarettes, a Garou who smokes them can form images within the smoke that all can see. First, those viewing must smell the smoke. Next, the Garou must think of an image, and roll Wits+Artistic Expression (diff 5) to create the shapes. The more complex the image, the greater the difficulty. Trying to show a generic Garou in Crinos is Diff 5, while trying to emulate the Sistine Chapel in toto is at least a level 9. Finally, the size of the image is limited to the amount of smoke in the air. A whole Garou can be depicted, but in a reduced state only.
Note first that there is no actual peyote in the sticks; it is a weird mixture of dried four leaf clovers, tobacco, and animal dung. Next, there are about 4 images in each stick. The name is derived from the belief of some sleepers that the smoke made them see the future, the spirit world, etc.