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  • In my games, Artifacts are only slightly larger and heavier than their mundane counterparts (if a mortal sword is 3 feet long and weighs 3 lbs, a Daiklave would be 3 1/2 feet and weigh 6 lbs), meaning they can be used by mortals with a penalty, or as a weapon one Size category higher without penalty.

    ive never been a fan of the fuckhuge-weapons of Vanilla Exalted. Artifacts deal the damage they do because they are *magical*, not because they are large enough to use as an ironing-board.

    I also allow mortals to make their own Artifacts, so long as they spend a suitable...
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  • Boston123
    replied to Mortals in 3e
    I run strictly-mortal campaigns in 3E, and so long as the mortals are well developed and intelligent, they can stand up to many things.

    A farmer that has never held a spear in his life organized into a poorly-led mob? Yeah, no, sausage for the grinder for the 3 seconds they decide to stand and fight

    A well-led, well-motivated, well-trained and well-equipped mortal can kill plenty of shite.

    My players have killed ghosts, demons, Fae, monstrous animals, armies, and even a few Exalts. Even a Prince of the Earth wont survive a pike through the heart, much less...
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  • Boston123
    replied to RWBY Volume 6
    I've lost a *lot* of respect for long-time posters, based on what they've posted in this thread. Jesus Christ, guys.

    As for my personal feelings on this: its about damn time. I remember the hubbub that boiled up when Qrows VA was first announced. I did some research, and i was disgusted that Vic would be hired. It remained in the back of my mind all through his stay on the show.

    Good riddance.
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  • Boston123
    replied to Third Edition in Retrospect, Thus Far
    Mortals can actually interact with the mechanics meaningfully now.

    While it might not be what many want from this system and this title, *most* of the issues posted so far in this thread effectively go away once you stop playing Exalted and start playing mortals. Im not kidding
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  • Boston123
    replied to Realm Legions?!
    It is important to note that "heavy infantry" and "light infantry" doesnt necessarily refer to the weight/type of equipment used bt a soldier/unit, but to the soldier/units role on the battlefield.

    A "heavy infantry" soldier/unit is one that is meant to actually engage in hand-to-hand combat, mounting attacks and anchoring battle-lines.

    A "light infantry" soldier/unit is one that is meant to screen, scout and skirmish. While they usually had lighter equipment to suit those ends, historically there were ostensibly "light infantry"...
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