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  • Eric Minton
    replied to Ask the Devs v2
    Whoops, it can be hard to keep track of what's been spoiled and what hasn't. So yes, they're the Sovereigns of [REDACTED]....
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  • Eric Minton
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    Strawmaiden Janest and the illicit Exigent are both presented as specific examples of unique Exigents (although players are encouraged to use the chargen rules to replace those individuals with a new Strawmaiden/Strawlad or [REDACTED] in their games). The Architects and the [REDACTED] are both presented more as general Exigent types, though you'll find specific examples elsewhere — whether Revana Quin in the core book, or the homeland of the [REDACTED] in Across the Eight Directions....
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  • Eric Minton
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    Exigents will present the Architects as a complete (albeit narrow) Exalt type and provide the tools to produce your own Architect from the city of your choice. (Revana Quin will return from the core book for the chapter fiction.)...
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  • Eric Minton
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    That's one of the gods associated with the last Exigent write-up in the book.


    We're still finalizing the terminology, but on the table are expressions like "unstable Exigent" or "accursed Exigent."...
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  • Eric Minton
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    I don't think we're quite ready to discuss Karana, Cantata-of-the-Depths, and [REDACTED] yet....
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  • Eric Minton
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    Crucible of Legend....
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  • Eric Minton
    replied to Ask the Devs v2
    If I recall correctly, Panoply Charms were largely a workaround for designing powerful, unique Spirit Charms without allowing Eclipse Caste Solars to purchase them. In 3e, I think that the Eclipse Keyword and the nonuniversality of Spirit Charms have largely rendered Panoply Charms obsolete.

    Spirits can learn Evocations. "Gods, demons, fae, and other un-Exalted beings capable of attuning to artifacts normally don’t harmonize with any of the magical materials. Weaker entities are dissonant, while stronger beings — such as Second Circle Demons, nephwracks, or raksha nobles...
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  • Eric Minton
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    The Neverborn are not lucid, but I don't think that "inert" is necessarily the right term. They are dead and dreaming, and occasionally lash out in their unending death throes. They may have flashes of awareness, but they aren't alien schemers actively plotting the death of reality.

    Whether or not there is still a Labyrinth, and other specifics of how the Underworld works, are things that we're waiting to hammer out when we start development on Abyssals....
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  • Eric Minton
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    Modern chocolate manufacture involves a bunch of industrial processes (Dutch process, pressing, conching), that don't really mesh well with Creation's milieu, although you could justify a series of recent Ankh-Morpork-like advances in Nexus (for example) that yields something resembling modern solid chocolate if that fits the style of your campaign. However, sweetened chocolate drinks made from ground cocoa and sweeteners such as honey, date syrup, or even refined cane sugar would fit well enough....
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