Blood and Silver
Creature Type: Garou and Kinfolk
Location: Across the U.S. and Europe, but largely centered in New York.
Known Abilities: In addition to the standard Changing Breed abilities, Heaven has been the only organization capable of properly battling the Seventh Generation and oftimes purifying its victims.
Heaven is a Garou Underground Railroad where abused children find refuge from the horrors of molestation, kidnapping, the Seventh Generation and the Defiler Wyrm.
In the days before Heaven was formed, the Garou periodically ran across children when they flushed out Wyrm ritual sites. They usually released the children back into the world, but soon learned that the children often had no homes and were placed in the custody of the state. In addition, they were often marked by the Wyrm, who had invested too much time and energy into the children to let them go. The Wyrm wanted them back, and could track them down in institutions to reclaim them. The Silver Fang Loba Carcassone started collecting the children, taking them to other states and placing them in homes with Kinfolk.
When Loba learned that Wyrm-abused children often grew up to become Wyrm-ridden abusers, she built her Underground Railroad, and Heaven was born. Heaven is both a place and a group. As a place it has no fixed location, and as a group it has a constantly changing membership. It exists solely to protect children from abuse and Wyrm infestation, and to try to heal them.
When children are kidnapped for Seventh Generation ritual molestation and murder, the Defiler Wyrm grows more powerful. To stop this, the agents of Heaven intervene and move the children from one Kinfolk safehouse to another, usually with Wyrm minions on their trail. They place the children in an underground network of foster homes and reunite the kids with their loving parents. They also find children snatched by abusers, and protect and shelter women who snatch their children from abusive husbands (and sometimes wives).
Heaven’s Meryl Burghoff brought the pack’s attention to a Seventh Generation cult targeting impressionable children. During this investigation, they used a leech named Broderick associated with the camp to mold their flesh into something more youthful-looking. – A Mirror, Darkly.