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  • Originally posted by MIK27 View Post
    2) who win chase if bouth sides made 5 dots in same turn?
    Whoever has the Edge in that turn.


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    • Originally posted by MIK27 View Post
      Hi there, can some told me
      1) if you have some penalty for fighting unarmed vs armed foe?
      2) who win chase if bouth sides made 5 dots in same turn?

      Thank you
      1) no, if not considering the damage bonus that an armed foe has and such damage is lethal against mortals
      2) the first who roll is the first achieving his goal. Whoever has the edge roll as first. Then the 5 target successes required are always modified according with the table. Chases, in my experience, were often lasted more than one turn (that are 30 sec/1 min each turn).

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      • Hello

        Clan Banes are additional to the 3 Bane Count? Or they are Included?

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        Page 103
        Clan Banes
        The five lineages of Kindred each carry affinities for certain
        Disciplines. This gives them advantages others may not have
        access to. On the other hand, each clan also has a bane, a
        particular aspect of the curse that only affects their familial line.
        Clan banes do not affect a vampire until she reaches six dots
        of Humanity. They do not go away if she regains her seventh
        dot; they remain with her throughout the rest of her Requiem

        Page 108
        A character may only have three banes. You may choose
        from the sample banes below, or create your own. As a rule,
        most banes use Humanity as part of their mechanics, and can
        affect Vitae or cause bashing damage. Sometimes, they use
        the inverse of Humanity, expressed as (10 – Humanity). Many
        banes provoke frenzy. A vampire cannot use more dice to resist
        a bane-provoked frenzy than she has Humanity dots.


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        • Originally posted by Balancer View Post
          Hello

          Clan Banes are additional to the 3 Bane Count? Or they are Included?

          Relevant Texts

          Page 103
          Clan Banes
          The five lineages of Kindred each carry affinities for certain
          Disciplines. This gives them advantages others may not have
          access to. On the other hand, each clan also has a bane, a
          particular aspect of the curse that only affects their familial line.
          Clan banes do not affect a vampire until she reaches six dots
          of Humanity. They do not go away if she regains her seventh
          dot; they remain with her throughout the rest of her Requiem

          Page 108
          A character may only have three banes. You may choose
          from the sample banes below, or create your own. As a rule,
          most banes use Humanity as part of their mechanics, and can
          affect Vitae or cause bashing damage. Sometimes, they use
          the inverse of Humanity, expressed as (10 – Humanity). Many
          banes provoke frenzy. A vampire cannot use more dice to resist
          a bane-provoked frenzy than she has Humanity dots.
          Clan banes are additional to the 3 banes you can acquire in order to mitigate degeneration.

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          • Just wondering but we haven’t got any info on what exactly is up with Torpor Dreams in 2e yet, since they seem to much of a supernatural quirk to be just wierd dreams, seeing how they now have a purpose of preparing vampires for changing eras


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            • Can Male Vampire’s still get pregnant?

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              • Originally posted by Konradleijon View Post
                Can Male Vampire’s still get pregnant?
                What do you mean, still get pregnant? If they're male they never could get pregnant in the first place. Did someone skip biology 101? :P

                There are some rituals that allow vampires to impregnate or get pregnant however. The Lancea et Sanctum, Circle of the Crone and Ordo Dracul all have access to such rituals. If a vampire under those conditions conceives a child with a human, the resulting child will likely be a dhampir.

                Whether 2 vampires under the effects of such rituals can conceive children with each other however... I don't know. Can they? Does anyone know? What would the resulting child be?
                Last edited by Ventrue Life; 11-01-2018, 09:43 PM.

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                • There were some unfortunate things in 1e that caused mpreg. So far I haven't seen anyone clamor for their return.

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                  • Originally posted by Deinos View Post
                    There were some unfortunate things in 1e that caused mpreg. So far I haven't seen anyone clamor for their return.

                    Yeah I get it now. I just had a friend of mine point out in private that apparently 1e had some horrific rituals that could turn anyone, male or female, "pregnant" with monsters and creatures such as homunculi. Kind of reminds me of Alien.

                    If that's what you were talking about Konradleijon then no, that hasn't been brought to 2e yet.

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                    • Actually in secret of covenant there's a Crone Ritual that allows any Kindred (Male or Female) to become "pregnant" of a god. Such god is supposed to be born in Alien style, ripping the "mother's" belly apart.
                      Cool ritual indeed

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                      • Birthing the God. The ritual does live up to its name, but it's not a prolonged pregnancy. The eponymous god grows and is birthed during the time it takes to perform the ritual. It causes one lethal damage per Size so it's likely not completely physically present within the ritualist considering that you can, with sufficient Stamina and Resilience, create an entity much, much larger than yourself with no risk of even going torpid.


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                        • Birthing the God is pretty sweet. Too bad the abomination can't get devotions, but what can you do?

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                          • How does the Neglatu bloodline work? Does a Revenant have to get uplifted into a clan before (or while) becoming a Neglatu? Is it possible to skip the clan and become a clanless Neglatu? What does being a clanless Neglatu mean other than not having any unique Disciplines in-clan and not having to deal with a clan weakness? What if such a Neglatu diablerized a clanned vampire?

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                            • Originally posted by Deinos View Post
                              Birthing the God is pretty sweet. Too bad the abomination can't get devotions, but what can you do?
                              Perfect another ritual that fuses it with diablorized human souls [and blood--lots and lots of blood] until it can?

                              (I mean really, what would you do for your child?)

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                              • if someone learns Cruac from mantle of the crone, are they best off joining the circle?


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