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  • If you’re doing Percy Jackson where the mythic is hidden for some reason, then I guess it gets mentally cloaked, whatever.

    of course you’ve rejected actually doing epic myth in the modern world where heroes are heroes who reshape society in their deeds at that point. If you’re doing that than the whole masquerade and mist thing needs to get thrown out as 2e did.
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  • There's alternate rules for Flaw caps in the M20 player's guide that I don't remember right now, but you would have to use that in this case....
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  • If a Charm requires a repurchase to gain a new power at a higher essence, you still have to repurchase it, but you can ignore the Essence prerequisite. If it gains a new power automatically at a higher essence, you have the upgrade automatically with your Supernal Ability Charms.

    The exception is if a Charm uses your Essence rating as a modifier of some kind (i.e. multiply by Essence, a range of Essence miles, that sort of thing). In those cases you still have to use your actual Essence in your Supernal Ability.
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  • glamourweaver
    replied to Prometheus - Good Titan?
    Scion material has leaned toward the idea that Prometheus was motivated by the untempered spread of his Purview (be it the Fire of Inspiration, or Forge, depending on your interpretation) not humanity in general, and could easily be a Sauron like figure embodying the dark side of industrialization and uncontrolled tech development.

    But it’s just as plausible that as “Titan” is a political category, he is labeled as such as a bound enemy of Zeus even though he’s friendly toward humanity.

    Another possibility is that he cared about the humans he created - the Men...
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  • Yeah, I guess I'm struggling with powers that in-setting are unrelatedly developed skills being covered by the same Mastery by virtue of the sharing the same mechanical abstraction....
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  • my question wasn’t “is this too extreme”, it was “should these two things be covered by the same Mastery”?...
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  • There are definitely Masteries that are that overtly superhuman though, including example effects of No Barriers punching through steel walls.

    The question to me is not if Wuxia acrobatics are possible - they definitely are, but whether they’d fall under the same broad umbrella or be their own Mastery....
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  • Additional question - how sweepingly should interpret the abilities covered by No Barriers, because Field Conditions can cover A LOT.

    like can you scale up the side of a building like Spider-Man and leap roof top to roof top like a Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon character provided you are on the Hunt, because those physical obstacles fall under the broad application of “Field Conditions”?
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  • I’m trying to get the exact differences between Leshi and Polyphemus’ Visitor. Does the latter actually deceive people who know you personally?...
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  • This is the full length of the current manuscript. The final manuscript will be longer if for no other reason than added art and formatting. I wouldn’t be surprised if preorderers got a preview of the final manuscript before it’s release during an errata phase, but I have no knowledge of that.
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    Last edited by glamourweaver; 01-03-2022, 11:09 AM.

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