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  • Ever Professional
    replied to A Louis Covenant?
    Generally if I've learned anything, it couldn't be a Covenant because merely joining a Covenant is a breaking point on the humanity scale. Covenants are in general used to help ease the minds of vampires as they descend into being a monster.

    Now, I could see a group of Kindred who loosely associate themselves together in trying to maintain their humanity, but I would believe they would remain apolitical and not truly gather themselves into a Covenant to prevent themselves from slipping down that slippery slope.
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  • I believe they would downgrade the damage to bashing because if a mortal would take lethal damage they would take bashing damage is the general rule of it....
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  • The vampire can't make more instant actions than they have; vampires only have one instant action.

    So say they want to interrupt their opponents attack to move out of the way; they can do so much as their speed allows. If they wanted to attack instead it would be their first and only attack of the turn order, of if they had already attacked they couldn't do so again....
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  • I wasn't talking about the wolf-blooded tells, but the other wolf-blooded merit's that gave them stuff. Thanks for the info, though....
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  • Ah, so that's where I read it. Thanks, so do ghouls lose all supernatural merits (like the various wolf-blooded merits), or is it just stuff like psychokinesis and other blue book supernatural merits....
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  • So, as far as I was aware ghouls can't have supernatural merits and what not. However, I was looking through their section of the 2e book and I couldn't find where I read that. Can anyone give me a page number?
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  • Ever Professional
    replied to Obfuscate 5 Oubliette
    Motorcycles are listed as size 7, and both are listed (along with other objects) in the mortals core book....
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  • Ever Professional
    replied to Obfuscate 5 Oubliette
    Well, Touch of Shadow can optionally be used to Obfuscate larger objects. There is the table that suggests a negative die penalty equal to the size you want to increase (though it only goes up to three on the table).
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  • Ever Professional
    replied to Obfuscate 5 Oubliette
    Well, I wouldn't say automatic immunity or a clash of wills would be provided for someone merely running their hand on an obfuscated wall. Oubliette mentions that minor changes would be considered a trick of the light, and the only Obfuscate power that even mentions a lashing out breaking it is Cloak of the Night. Mortals especially can't lash out to end it's effects.

    Oubliette also doesn't say that interacting with multiple objects at once dispels it's effects over a wider area; I've double checked to be sure, and it even mentions that most people will dismiss minor changes as...
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  • Cahalith dream prophecies come from the Anima Mundi, which is the part of the Astral Plane that planets, rocks, animals, and every non-human splat (which means every splat besides Mages and Beasts; Beasts I'm not so sure on, but I think they dream within the Primordial Dream) dream in. Cahalith prophecies are basically when the dreams of the moon reach down to the uratha, I believe (don't quote me on that, it has been a while since I read the astral book)....
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  • I could see a Prince doing that to try and divide the Carthians up even more so than usual, and depending on the local Carthians it could work. I just think the issue would come from the Prince's own allies in the matter who might wish to see the Carthians crushed more thoroughly....
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  • I feel like if your intention is to murder them anyway, you could find a way to keep them from returning without need of a ritual; decapitation, piercing the heart, etc.

    However, I would say that a Level 2 or 3 ritual would be more useful for blanket immunity for the the night, if you don't want to leave things to chance. I'd say level 3 personally because I believe that is when a Cruac practitioner can be immune to staking for the night....
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  • I think it depends on the city in question. In one game I played the Sanctum and the Circle had the strongest relationship (and were the strongest covenants), while the traditional Invictus/Sanctum relationship was pretty much nonexistent with the Sanctum believing that the Invictus' low status (they were the weakest of the covenants in game) was a moral lesson to the covenants in said city....
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  • I know one of the Invictus Oaths in secrets of the covenants is about a confessional type role, and how in some cities the Invictus will allow Sanctum members to take the Oath. I believe the text has also supported the Invictus and the Sanctum having a positive relationship in general.
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