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    Samedi (World of Darkness), a fictional vampire bloodline in White Wolf Game Studio's Vampire: The Masquerade setting Sons of Samedi, a Haitian gang from the 2008 game Saints Row 2 Samedi the Deafness, a novel by Jesse Ball

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    Bawon Samdi (English: Baron Saturday), also written Baron Samedi, Bawon Samedi or Bawon Sanmdi, is one of the Loa of Haitian Vodou.Samdi is a Loa of the dead, along with Bawon's numerous other incarnations Bawon Simitye, Bawon Lakwa and Bawon Kriminel.

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    Samedi Samedi var en svensk syntpopgrupp, aktiv mellan 1983 och 1990. Bandet bildades i Bollnäs 1983 och var en av få svenska synthpopgrupper på den tiden. Inspirerade av band som Depeche Mode, Human League och Simple Minds började man skriva egna låtar.

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    From Old French samedi, from Vulgar Latin *sambatum and *sambati dies, from Latin Sabbatī diēs, variant of diēs Sabbatī (“day of the Sabbath”), from sabbatum, from Ancient Greek σάββατον (sábbaton) (Modern Greek: Σάββατο (Sávvato)), from Hebrew שַׁבָּת‎ (shabát). See also sabbat, chabbat.


    1. IPA(key): /sam.di/ 2. Rhymes: -i 3. Homophone: samedis


    samedi m (plural samedis) 1. Saturday 1.1. 1986, “Il était une fois … une maison des musiciens [There Once Was… a House of Musicians]”, in Il était une fois … une petite grenouille [There Once Was… a Little Frog] (fiction), Paris: CLE International: 1.1.1. ...Jeudi de l’accordéon, de l’accordéon. Vendredi et samedi chantent la chanson de dimanche... En avant, la musique des jours de la semaine. ...Thursday the accordion, the accordion. Friday and Saturday sing the song of Sunday... O...

    Alternative forms

    1. Sanm'di (Jersey) 2. sammedi (continental Norman) 3. somedi (Guernsey) 4. samdi (Sark)


    From Old French samedi, from Vulgar Latin *sambati diēs, from Latin Sabbati diēs < diēs Sabbati (“day of the Sabbath”).


    samedi m (plural samedis) 1. (Guernsey) Saturday


    From Vulgar Latin *sambatum and Vulgar Latin *sambati diēs, from Latin Sabbati diēs < diēs Sabbati (“day of the Sabbath”).


    samedi m (oblique plural samedis, nominative singular samedis, nominative plural samedi) 1. Saturday

  6. Ziya Samedi - Wikipedia › wiki › Ziya_Samedi

    Ziya Samedi (Russian: Зия Самеди) (1914 – 20 November 2000) was a Uyghur nationalist writer who held various Chinese government posts and then emigrated to Kazakhstan.

  7. Baron Samedi (disambiguation) - Wikipedia › wiki › Baron_Samedi_(disambiguation)

    Baron Samedi is one of the Loa of Haitian Voodoo. Baron Samedi may also refer to: Baron Samedi, a character in the TV series Heroes "Baron Samedi", a song on the 1974 album Sheet Music by British band 10cc

  8. Vampire: The Masquerade - Wikipedia › wiki › Samedi_(World_of_Darkness)

    Vampire: The Masquerade is a tabletop role-playing game (tabletop RPG) created by Mark Rein-Hagen and released in 1991 by White Wolf Publishing as the first of several Storyteller System games for its World of Darkness setting line.

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    Thought to have originated in the Caribbean, the Samedi have strong ties to the region's voodoo legacies. They practice a unique Discipline that allows them to manipulate the energies of death, albeit in a much more temporal manner than Giovanni Necromancy. Indeed, the Giovanni have very little good to say about the Samedi, and the enmity between these kindred runs deep. Some Kindred believe that the Samedi are the result of a vile Giovanni experiment gone wrong, while other vampires attribute darker origins to the Stiffs. Still other Kindred believe that the Samedi are a derelict offshoot of the Nosferatu – one that should have been stillborn. It is possible, however, that the Samedi are descended from Cappadocian Infitioreswho escaped notice.

    Samedi often involve themselves with occult or illegal activities in a city, becoming powerful houngans and mambos or trafficking with superstitious immigrant criminal elements. Given their apparent voodoo roots, the Samedi seem content to garner influence in immigrant ghettos, practicing their dark magic and preying upon a populace used to the dead walking among them. The Samedi are also notorious assassins and mercenaries, and it is for this reason that many Camarilla princes turn a blind eye to them despite their almost Masquerade-threatening involvement with the kinearound them. For the most part, the Samedi keep to themselves, and a prince never knows when she may need an ally with "special" abilities. The Stiffs seem to hold the Nosferatu and Giovanni in some inscrutable esteem (or dread), though, as they are hesitant to take out contracts on Kindred of these clans without just cause or considerable payment.

    The Samedi very rarely congregate as a clan, and those chance occurrences where they meet are merely informal gatherings of two or three members who gossip and then go their separate ways. Members of this bloodline are often very solitary in nature, and they do not often seek out companionship. A few turbulent rumors sweep through Kindred society about secret cabals of Samedi gathering in graveyards, but none of these rumors have been substantiated. Those lucky enough to have conversed with a member of this bloodline often recall a certain wisdom and intelligence within them that otherwise would have been overlooked or dismissed outright. While obsessed with death, most of these vampires still seem to possess a wisdom that betrays their short existence. However, there is more to the Samedi bloodline than a loose association of witch-doctors and death cultists. The bloodline is insular and secretive; many times, its members often keep their affairs private from even other members, su...

    As a member of Clan Hecata, a Samedi can purchase the following abilities: 1. CSI Shit: The Samedi can immediately determine a mortal's cause of death during an examination with a difficulty 3 Wits + Alertnessroll. 2. Exquisite Corpse: The Samedi can change their appearance to a corpse, at the cost of one Rouse Check and a Resolve + Subterfuge roll against an observer's Wits + Awareness. 3. Hollow Inside: The Samedi retains two dice from all dice pools relevant to a physical impairment. Impaired Willpower is excluded. 4. My Setite Friend: The Samedi has a close connection with the Ministry, retaining a 3-dot Background(e.g. Allies, Influence, or Resources) that may be relied on for a favor once per story. 5. The Silk Hat: The Samedi is the heir-apparent to the barony, and receives a five-dot Mawlathat grants cryptic help.

    As originally presented, the Samedi's clan Disciplines were Necromancy, Obfuscate, and Thanatosis. In Revised Edition, Fortitude replaced Necromancy as a clan Discipline, because of the nature of the change to the Discipline; from a straightforward Discipline to paths. However, in the LARP rules, the Samedi clan advantage is the ability to learn Necromancy without a tutor. The Samedi often learn a type of Necromancy called Voudoun. Victorian Age: Vampire used the Samedi's original Disciplines, while the 20th Anniversary Editionused their Revised-era Disciplines. In Vampire: The Masquerade 5th Edition, Hecata Samedi have the default clan discipline spread of Auspex, Fortitude, and Oblivion. Given that they no longer suffer from the old curse of rotting countenance, Obfuscate should not be especially missed. Still, Auspex may be substituted with Obfuscate at the Storyteller's discretion.

    VAV: Victorian Age: Vampire Companion, p. 138-139
    V20: Vampire: The Masquerade 20th Anniversary Edition, p. 410-411
    VTM: Vampire Players Guide Second Edition, p. 132-133
    VTM: Vampire Storyteller's Companion, p. 12-13
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