FOR ANY ACTUAL BIKERS THAT HAPPEN UPON THIS PAGE.
WE ARE NOT REAL BIKERS NOR A REAL-LIFE MC.
WE ONLY PLAY ONE IN A GAME.
Creator - John Givens (US2006098521)
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The Fallen Angels Motorcycle Club is a feeder club for the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club . The Fallen Angels MC is based in Terre Haute, Indiana. We support the Hells Angels in their endeavors through the world. To join us, well, let's just say it like this. Don't call us, we'll call you. We do the recruiting and do not accept persons that just walk up and introduce themselves.
Members of the Terre Haute Chapter
Terre Haute, Indiana
Benefits of Membership
By joining the Fallen Angels, you get Protection. Protection from the Camarilla. Protection from the Sabbat. As Anarchs, the Convention of Thorns protects us from a lot. And best of all, the only Tradition we are forced to uphold is the Masquerade.
Rumors about the Fallen Angels
- I heard The Fallen Angels roared through New Orleans and The Bandidos didn't do a thing.
- When the Fallen Angels rolled through Sturgis, the other gangs there just turned theirs heads in awe.
Working History of the Club
The Fallen Angels came about when Reese was a Member of the Hell's Angels and became embraced. He approached the President of the South Bend, IN chapter about his unique condition and was permitted to start this feeder club to accommodate members of the Hell's Angels that end up in the same situation. Also, there are a number of mortal members as well that prefer the night life as opposed to doing everything in the day.
The President character, Reese, is portrayed by John Givens (US2006098521), please email him if you are looking to start a chapter in another city.
- Hells Angels MC World - HELLS ANGELS and the skull logo (R) are trademarks owned by Hells Angels Motorcycle Corporation, registered in the USA and in many other countries. All logos and designs of Hells Angels are trademark-protected (TM) and protected according to international law. This is in no way an attempt to infringe on the Hells Angels trademark or copyright.
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