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  • Samudra
    replied to Ask Neall
    Yes, that is what I was basing it off as well.
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  • Samudra
    replied to Ask Neall
    As written that is how it goes, even though Heroic and Immortal Knacks cost the same post chargen, so it's totally understandable to house rule that to five Knacks regardless of type (I do)....
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  • Samudra
    replied to Scion Mythos officially
    In which case, the question inevitably arises, why haven't the other Pantheons had them for breakfast yet?...
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    Last edited by Samudra; 01-16-2019, 07:04 AM.

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  • Samudra
    replied to ​Birthright Questions
    For 3: No, they are not Calling Knacks, so they're not bound be Calling Dots. Calling Knacks are limited by Calling Dots, so having Relics around doesn't circumvent that... they just give you their own Knacks. Relic Knacks are essentially slotted into the Relic itself... and you can indeed have as many Knacks active from them as you spend XP and that your SG let's you get away with. This also applies to Knacks gained from Guides. Also, just to clarify, a Guide can give you Calling Access, but in this case they're just giving you access to an additional Calling and you A. Need to buy the Knacks...
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  • Samudra
    replied to Scion Mythos officially
    Damn timezones... I wish I could have posted this earlier... nevertheless, someone may find the general info useful for their games

    If we're talking Scale, the entire manifest Universe that Azathoth apparently created is merely three of the Deva's fourteen Realms... there's another eleven that are huge, multiple of them being literally as large as you need it to be, such as the realm of the Asura Architect Maya. And then you have Naraka, which is infinitely spreading in all directions.

    All these together make up a single Samsara, ruled over by Brahma Vishnu and Shiva....
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  • Samudra
    replied to Scion Mythos officially
    The announcement of this book is equal parts distressing and baffling to me. I was hoping with the write up of the Atlanteans would have been the end of the fictional Pantheons, but this just went form bad to so so much worse. There are so many Pantheons out there that deserve a write up, so many cool Gods and Myths and People that would love to share them, so many nooks and crannies of the world yet to be explored... and we get this?
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  • Samudra
    replied to [2E] Going against the Mantle
    Short answer: we don't know enough about Incarnations and how they work to actually answer that.

    Long answer: We see a bit of variation in this across myth... For most of the Greek gods, when they incarnate in the World they essentially act like mini versions of their super selves. By contrast the Hindu gods have Incarnations that vary from their super self wildly... Such as the incarnation of Vishnu's sword that was a poet, or the traditions where Krishna is an Incarnation of Kali instead of Vishnu. Then you have gods like the Loa whose preferred form of interacting with the World...
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