Okay, I'm gonna address the elephant in the room (again)...
In my defense, the only reason why Charon has silver armor is because I thought that Drake would be coming along with us, and I wanted to be prepared.
Also, are you insulting the Venatori? Now who's the real amatuer.
I don't want to sound confrontational, Dalton, and I do apologize if you take this the wrong way, but I want to respond to a few things here...
First of all, you confessed to metagaming. What I mean by that is, you were metagaming in that you were trying to have your character prepared for a werewolf to be present, despite the fact that he would have absolutely no means of knowing Drake is a werewolf and almost certainly no real money to afford something as ridiculously extravagant as silver armor "just in case" of the random chance of meeting a monster who happens to be sensitive to it, especially as he should be far more concerned with mage hunters than monsters, given who and what he is.
Secondly, and I want to make this clear, silver armor is completely useless, and a monster - regardless of whether or not they are sensitive to silver - would rip right through it, and it is not what the Venatori wear.
Just because silver burns a monster on contact doesn't mean that their claws would not shred a metal as soft as silver, and whatever pain it caused in that case would be so absolutely negligible to the monster defending itself that it wouldn't care, anyway.
Venatori wear deepsilver chain, at least the ones who can afford it.
Deepsilver and silver are entirely different things. Deepsilver has no anti-monster properties, like silver does. It is, in fact, entirely unrelated to actual silver, and its name only comes from its silver color. Deepsilver is mined by dwarves, deep within the earth, and it is considered a magical metal by the surface-dwelling mortal Men, as it is incredibly lightweight while also being incredibly durable. For this reason, it is massively expensive and generally only sold by certain Dwarven caravans (mostly the Iron Gauntlet).