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    In the supplement "Mantels of Washington" the author introduces the Revolutionary Calling as an aspect of Washington. My question to those who have read the supplement in question is "Will you use or allow this Calling in your games?

    If the author gives me permission, I'll quote the calling here. But only if I am given permission.

  • #2
    I guess I'm the only one who read the book. Do you guys like the idea of "Revolutionary" as a Calling?

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    • #3
      I do, i feel like I need to flesh it out a tad more, but I’m considering giving it to Lucifer in my Legion writeup


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      • #4
        Originally posted by glamourweaver View Post
        I do, i feel like I need to flesh it out a tad more, but I’m considering giving it to Lucifer in my Legion writeup
        I can see both noble and treacherous beings getting this Calling. Heck, William Blake's Red Orc is both Noble and Treacherous and he's the spirit of revolution.

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        • #5
          It's nothing I would use myself, at least not without knowing more about it. It seems to me that the other Callings perfectly simulate things a rebel could have, such as Leader, Trickster and Warrior.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Astromancer View Post
            In the supplement "Mantels of Washington" the author introduces the Revolutionary Calling as an aspect of Washington. My question to those who have read the supplement in question is "Will you use or allow this Calling in your games?

            If the author gives me permission, I'll quote the calling here. But only if I am given permission.

            ... There's a supplement called Mantles of Washington?

            Seriously, first I've heard of it. I think that's why you don't have many responses.


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            • #7
              Originally posted by Leliel View Post


              ... There's a supplement called Mantles of Washington?

              Seriously, first I've heard of it. I think that's why you don't have many responses.

              It's a 3rd party supplement, so yeah, might not be on everyone's radar.


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              • #8
                It is by one of the game’s writers though. Same person who wrote the Cortes Divinas and the Ascended Masters supplements too, and organized Pride 2020
                Last edited by glamourweaver; 02-16-2021, 01:10 PM.


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                • #9
                  Having looked at it, I can see the purpose, though I'd be more inclined to split it across Leader and Trickster. I'm not sure the Revolutionary is that archetypal a concept - that being said, I quite like it.


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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Leliel View Post


                    ... There's a supplement called Mantles of Washington?

                    Seriously, first I've heard of it. I think that's why you don't have many responses.
                    It is fun. Washington is worshiped in two different real world faiths. Plus he's written up for the Theoi and American Civic Religion.

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