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    I'm planning a campaign, and I was looking at using vamps and/or werewolves to break things up a little, or string things out, if necessary. Are there any mechanics issues I should be worried about?

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    In my experience, the main issue is one of power level. I saw a band of brand new Heroes demolish an equal number of Garou in a single round. Mages might put up more of a fight if they get the drop on the Scions, possibly.


    Craig Oxbrow
    The Trinity Continuum freelancer

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    • #3
      I haven't played mage, and it seems a bit complicated to learn just for a side line, it wpuld be very interesting though. Demon would be more thematic, and should be easier to balance than garou. I was thinking Vampires might make an interesting break because they focus on subtelty and social machinations, as opposed to direct action.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by racain23 View Post
        I haven't played mage, and it seems a bit complicated to learn just for a side line, it wpuld be very interesting though. Demon would be more thematic, and should be easier to balance than garou. I was thinking Vampires might make an interesting break because they focus on subtelty and social machinations, as opposed to direct action.
        Even trying to contest a Scion from a social perspective is super-duper hard. Epic Social Scions are probably more capable of beating down social vampires than Epic Physical Scions can beat down wolves. Epic Charisma 3 lets a Scion run an amazing presidential campaign that would be hard to beat for example since epics give passive bonuses that don't need fuel to work.

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        • #5
          The best solution would probably be to look up the undead (AKA Vampire) and Therinthrope enemies from demigod and homebrew powers and adjust stats as needed.

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          • #6
            Ok, thanks.

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