Summon the Chu-Mong (Rank 4)Edit
A long time ago, the Stargazers of Tibet made a pact with an ancient tribe of mountain spirits called the Chu-Mong (snow goblins). The pact was one of mutual protection, and a Stargazer using this Gift can reawaken the usefulness of the pact, at least temporarily. It summons the spirit of a Chu-Mong to help protect the Stargazer in question. Only a Chu-Mong can teach this Gift.
The player spends a Gnosis point and rolls the Stargazer's Gnosis. The difficulty isn't the area's Gauntlet - the difficulty is actually reliant upon the temperature. The warmer the temperature, the harder it is to summon a Chu-Mong.
|Below 0 degrees F||5|
|0-32 degrees F||6|
|32-49 degrees F||7|
|49-65 degrees F||8|
|65-80 degrees F||9|
|Above 80 degrees F||10|
Botching the roll summons a snow goblin that is hostile toward the Stargazer using the Gift.
Snow Goblin (Chu-Mong)
A Chu-Mong is a small creature (like a primate in size and appearance) covered in fine white hair with long claws and a lower-jaw needled with yellow fangs.
Source: Stargazers Tribebook Revised