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  • #16
    Originally posted by Korogra View Post

    That doesn’t change how I feel about Void sadly.
    Fair enough! That's the nice thing about Night Horrors books: if you don't like some of them, there's many more to choose from.



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    • #17
      Hmmmmmm...

      Anybody else notice the very interesting info in Unclean Issac's last Story hook? something about a contagion affecting reality and different splats working together...

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      • #18
        Well, eventually I've decided to get Night Horrors. Downloading it right now. Excited!


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        • #19
          Originally posted by SdeSpencer View Post
          Hmmmmmm...

          Anybody else notice the very interesting info in Unclean Issac's last Story hook? something about a contagion affecting reality and different splats working together...
          Unwashed Issac also knows who Verney and the Blind Man are

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          • #20
            So after reading the Demon chapter, here is what I have in mind for each of the characters-

            - Brass: "wait- SHE?" also "creepy as hell"
            - Clara: "well, that's terrifying" also "vampire crossover!"
            - Marcus: "yikes"
            - Mayor: "so when the Arisen come to raid the city?" + "wait- so what did she gave in exchange?.." + "the Hammer of God is coming. Ha. Ha. Ha."
            - Miss Thread: "the Machine is dead, long live the Machine"
            - Mr. Martini: "don't mess with the bartender"
            - Mr. Void: "[REDACT]! We meet at last!" + "here be dragons"
            - Ms. Thermal: "mad bird scientist?"
            - Sanjha: "again, yikes"
            - Wednesday: "Odin fights against God- why does it sounds so familiar?", also "humanity has already tried to become god. No one liked the result"

            Additional notes- I must say that I do like how the chapter was opened with Brass and ended with Wednesday. It has a nice ring to it, IMO.


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            • #21
              I was not expecting anything relating to the original Marco Singe Prophecies to show up, but the location of another one of his "angels" is a welcome surprise!


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              • #22
                Definitely. That book is full of all kinds of fun surprises. The Mayor's "origin story" is among my favorites, together with Avarice and the mentions of the Blind Man and Thelema. Really helped to remind you that the greatest Night Horror that demons can stumble upon is things they don't know.


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                • #23
                  Originally posted by LostLight View Post
                  - Wednesday: "Odin fights against God- why does it sounds so familiar?", also "humanity has already tried to become god. No one liked the result"
                  Funnily enough, Odin was not an inspiration for Wednesday. Neither was Mr. Wednesday from American Gods.

                  Wednesday's origins are fun, I'll tell it on the weekend*.

                  *assuming I do not kill myself diving into a whiskey/Jessica Jones binge.


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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by ArcaneArts View Post
                    Funnily enough, Odin was not an inspiration for Wednesday. Neither was Mr. Wednesday from American Gods.

                    Wednesday's origins are fun, I'll tell it on the weekend*.

                    *assuming I do not kill myself diving into a whiskey/Jessica Jones binge.
                    And here I thought that his raven form was a shout out for it. Just an happy coincidence, I assume :P


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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by LostLight View Post
                      And here I thought that his raven form was a shout out for it. Just an happy coincidence, I assume :P
                      Knowing a bit of the story already, I will say this: Wednesday's animal Cover is an extremely direct reference to his narrative origins.


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                      • #26
                        Well, Ms Morgue was thoroughly enjoyable to read. I kinda want to write some fiction with her as the protagonist now to see life from an angel's point of view.


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                        • #27
                          Can I just say, I absolutely love Carta. She's no contest, my favorite thing in this book, and i love a lot in this book. It's just something about her hopelessness and determination and care that really strikes a cord in me.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by SdeSpencer View Post
                            Can I just say, I absolutely love Carta. She's no contest, my favorite thing in this book, and i love a lot in this book. It's just something about her hopelessness and determination and care that really strikes a cord in me.
                            She was one of my favorites, too. When I was reading everyone’s drafts, I thought that she had a lot of potential. She will most likely appear in my games once I’ve got a good place to put her in.


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                            • #29
                              Oh as an aside (not too far in the book: most of my energy has been devoted to reading up Beast's PG) but in the intro...I got a bit of a laugh at the James Bond joke. Mostly because I just got done through a Bond-a-thon. Got a nice laugh from me.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by SdeSpencer View Post
                                Can I just say, I absolutely love Carta. She's no contest, my favorite thing in this book, and i love a lot in this book. It's just something about her hopelessness and determination and care that really strikes a cord in me.

                                Thanks! She really spoke to me when I was writing her. I love her too.


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