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  • Immortality

    Some of the threads of Changeling have touched upon how to make a changeling character immortal. It has been pointed out the immortality is rather distant in Chronicles of Darkness, but I would like to see a changeling rule book that explores this topic.

    I feel there should be several ways to become immortal ranging from reaching wyrd 10, making a pledge, powers of your keeper, or even an artifact/item in the hedge.

    For example; perhaps the characters find the fountain of youth in the hedge or even the holy grail(this could be used in a chronicle that focused on Arthurian mythos).

  • #2
    Diving deep, deep into the Dreaming Roads until you become a living recurring dream sounds interesting.


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    • #3
      Originally posted by 21C Hermit View Post
      Diving deep, deep into the Dreaming Roads until you become a living recurring dream sounds interesting.

      It also might be interesting to gain immortality by becoming a famous fairy tale. Hint: I haven't given up on the Changeling rule books introducing famous fairytale characters as changelings.

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      • #4
        The supplement Oak, Ash, and Thorn introduces an option of replacing your heart with a Token. It's has drawbacks and benefits, chief among them being actual immortality. The great irony is that it gives True Fae more time to capture you.


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        • #5
          Become a True Fae.

          If you want famous fairy tale characters, long lives will suffice where immortality....implicates.


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          • #6
            Originally posted by ArcaneArts View Post
            Become a True Fae.

            If you want famous fairy tale characters, long lives will suffice where immortality....implicates.
            I definitely think it would be interesting to introduce Gentry who had once been mortals and explore what they gained AND what they gave up upon becoming True Fae

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            • #7
              I’d rather be Empty than Gentry, to be honest. I value things like compassion and humanity, and the act of becoming Empty doesn’t inherently make you a terrible god-monster lol

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