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    So for an upcoming game, I'm working on a person possessed by a 3rd Circle Soul of Oramus. Given Oramus's themes, I figured some accidental mutation effects would be in order. However, I'm trying to figure out how to keep the Dragon's warping from the Wylds mutations?


    I did a lot of homebrew over here. PEACH.

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    That's tricky because before the beyond existed the wyld was trying to encompass all weirdness, I think you need to define what the wyld is to first even if that contradicts canon sources.


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    • #3
      that could be interesting, under normal circumstances the possessed seems like any other person, maybe a little odd sure but well within what could be called normal. now under stressful situations I could see some body horror/mutations that comes along the way the anime parasyte

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        Well what's the 3rd circle that's doing the possession? That helps narrow things down a bit since there's a difference in themes represented by a third circle. I think one of Kimberry's thirds is basically an insanely chaotic blood red moon, and another is a more humanoid appearing general who can erode fortress walls by glaring at them.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by nalak42 View Post
          Well what's the 3rd circle that's doing the possession? That helps narrow things down a bit since there's a difference in themes represented by a third circle. I think one of Kimberry's thirds is basically an insanely chaotic blood red moon, and another is a more humanoid appearing general who can erode fortress walls by glaring at them.
          It's a portion of the Unfettered Heart actually!
          ...Oramus has exactly 2 detailed 3rd circles (Skittering Jungle and the one who mutates people by passing by them). Which...maybe should have been chosen.


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          • #6
            Don't know hoow much this has been adressed, but a major element of Oramus and its souls seems to be the subject of contradictions, things that show themselves to be the "opposite" of what they are "supposed" to, such as a jungle that moves, because its "trees" are actually metal insects that play at immobility to catch prey, seeming cllockwork beings with bowels of metal and dark oily blood and ichors, a multitude that yet is one unique being.

            What if when, it comes to a soul of Oramus', the possessed shapes the possession? The mortal invites the demon in, so it may shape into reality insane dreams beyond the reach of the possessed? Just a funny rambling thought of mine, "In Oramus' possession, demon is taken over by you.", so to speak.

            But a little more into the topic, could this 2e blurb related to Benezet, the Gardener of Identities, be of interest/relevance to the subject?

            Originally posted by CoCD:Malfeas, pg.118
            When an artist or craftsman creates something truly unique, something never seen in Creation, Benezet may emerge from the demon prison without sorcery.
            Anyway Benezet i guess sounds like the go-to demon for whatever twisted ideas and imagery the OP might have in mind.
            Last edited by Baaldam; 10-13-2018, 12:08 AM.

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