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  • #31
    Well, pre-visitation Scions are more "out-of-the-ordinary" mortals, no? No supernatural powers, but certainly that pulp hero "magic". It is a tier of play intended to be possible to use for a whole game, much like you can stay put at hero if you want, if I'm not mistaken. It is just gonna be closer to a number of Urban Fantasy stories with mortal protagonists than the early adventures of Herakles.


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    • #32
      Slight point, danelsan, but there's a difference between a Hero and a pre-Visitation Scion. A Hero is a Scion immediately post-Visitation.


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      • #33
        I am thinking that if it isnt 'epic' enough i might give the characters a small scale relic each.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Kyman201 View Post
          Slight point, danelsan, but there's a difference between a Hero and a pre-Visitation Scion. A Hero is a Scion immediately post-Visitation.
          That is why I said pulp hero (as in hero, the term in the English language, not Hero, the Scion game terminology) and specifically said no supernatural powers. Pre-visitation Scions are heroes (again, small "h", not the game term), extraordinary mortals, not ordinary mortals.


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          • #35
            Acceptable. Might be a bit of confusion to have the two side-by-side for thick-heads like myself. :P


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