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  • Nyrufa
    replied to What are your character concepts?
    (I'm not very satisfied with the way I wrote his relic. If anybody has any advice, feel free to share!)

    Daniel Aurgurius:

    Unlike most Scions, Daniel's true origins were never concealed from him. The coven who raised him wasted no time in letting him know that he was a son of Mars, and that he was destined for greatness. As soon as he was old enough for proper schooling, they devoted his educational upbringing to matters of war and state. They sought to groom young Daniel into a future commander, somebody who could bring back the glory days of the Roman empire through...
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  • I mean it kind of makes sense, when you consider that even the more recent elders have great difficulty adapting themselves to the modern era. How much more difficult would it be for an Antedeluvian who's been unconscious for the last 3,000 years to become accustomed to the changes that have occurred?

    Sure, they might have Mental attributes reaching the fucking stratosphere, but just because they might be able to learn, doesn't mean they have the time or interest to do so. You can't just pick up a medical book and suddenly understand the field of biology when the last time you were...
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  • Yes, because we all know how easily vampires can drown, right? ...
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to The D&D thread
    Well, the Eladrin do live in the Feywild. Maybe they reproduce like Beholders?

    That, or maybe the Seldarine just spontaneously create new elves to replace the fallen ones, if they don't have enough bodies to go around.

    OR, maybe as you said, there is a constant number of souls that can exist at any given time, which would explain why they breed at such a slow pace!

    Hmmm, that last one makes too much sense, now that I think about it....
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to The D&D thread
    LostLight Not sure if you implement this piece of lore into your setting, but Elves actually have visions of their previous incarnations when they enter their meditative trances. So even if an Elf is not physically old enough to have witnessed their history first hand, they can still experience it's glory through memories of their past lives.
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to What are your character concepts?
    Got my Origin and Hero 2nd edition PDF's, and eager to start coming up with new concept ideas!



    Molly Balstad: Not every member of the Aesir is an axe swinging barbarian looking to earn their place at the table in the halls of Valhalla. Molly is one such example of this, as she prefers the ways of diplomacy and peaceful coexistence over hostile aggression and clinging to old grudges.

    Her time before her visitation was spent in service to humanitarian efforts. Contributing to charities, leading support groups, protesting for human rights and so on. Her only...
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  • Methuselahs are vampires who are over 1,000 years old, any vampire can become one after enough time has passed. Antedeluvians are the ones the Camarilla denies the existence of. They're the ones who created the clans, and have been around since before the biblical flood....
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  • Well, there's the fact that in pretty much every other game in the line, mortals are doomed from the onset.

    Can't destroy the Changelings, without destroying the very spirit of humanity itself.

    Can't destroy Mages, without destroying the limitless potential of humanity's will.

    Can't destroy Werewolves, because the mere sight of their full power drives people to temporary madness. Also they're the only thing standing between you and the literal apocalypse.

    And we can't forget the fact that even God himself has a grudge against humanity, when he...
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    Last edited by Nyrufa; 10-19-2019, 12:35 PM.

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  • Nyrufa
    replied to PSP's In 2nd Edition?
    Thank you! ...
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  • Nyrufa
    started a topic PSP's In 2nd Edition?

    PSP's In 2nd Edition?

    So I just bought Scion: Hero second edition today, and as I'm going through the PDF, I'm having trouble finding anything talking about Pantheon Specific Purviews, like the ones which existed in 1st edition.

    Were these taken out with 2nd edition, will they be added later in future supplements, or am I just overlooking the section which talks about them?
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to Supernatural Path Ideas?
    My birthday's coming up next month.

    Just bought Scion: Hero second edition.
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to Bloodlines 2 Announced.
    What I mean to say is that they are sub-factions within the organization itself. They may technically be considered members of the Camarilla, but their ultimate goals lie elsewhere outside of Cross' plans.

    After all, it seems very strange for the Camarilla to hand any degree of territory over to the Anarchs, now that they've officially declared themselves split from the sect. And once again, The Baron's page makes no reference to the Anarchs at all. They come across more as a mercenary crime syndicate, than a bunch of rebels fighting for freedom....
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to Bloodlines 2 Announced.
    Okay, so if I understand the situation correctly, all of the playable factions are subsidiaries to The Camarilla itself. They technically fall under its umbrella, but they have their own objectives they're trying to achieve. This would explain why "The Baron" is willing to perform dirty jobs for folks like the Camarilla, and their faction page makes no mention at all of any kind of Anarch movement.

    It could also explain why some factions which we would normally assume to be clan specific are willing to extend their hand to members of other clans.
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  • The SI going after Changelings is sort of a moral gray area, too. I mean, on one hand, they're technically body snatchers, depending on how you look at it? But on the other hand, they're the living embodiment of humanity's capacity for imagination, and wiping them out would turn society into a cold, sterile world of Vulcan logic....
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  • Another thing we might be missing is whether or not V5 assumes all the games are part of one joined cosmology, or if they're their own self contained worlds. Because depending on the answer, the SI may not just be going to war with vampires, but potentially every form of supernatural. The vast majority of which don't have that damned sunlight weakness that render vampires so vulnerable to attack....
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to Bloodlines 2 Announced.
    You know, I was going to make my first Ventrue side with The Baron, as part of "came from nothing" type of background. But now, I think I want to make them side with The Unseen.

    There's just something oddly intriguing about the thought of a Lord dressed in tattered rags and lurking around the slimy underbelly of the city's streets and sewers.
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  • What if people who have stutter problems are evidence that we live in a simulation, and they're still buffering!?
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  • Honestly, I would, too. Not only is the kith forced to take a vow of celibacy for life, but any attempt to form a romantic attachment is doomed to end in tragedy for at least one of them?

    Swan Maidens sound like they sprang from the dreams of an anti-social masochist!...
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  • Damn it, now I want the Nosferatu to revive their information network under the name "DonkeyNet."
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    Last edited by Nyrufa; 10-16-2019, 07:05 AM.

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  • As I said earlier "but we liked it as a nihilistic power fantasy for gamers!" Masquerade survived for 20 something years off that setting, even if it was never originally supposed to be that. Requiem tried to tone things down a bit, which is fine for players who were interested in that kind of narrative. But for the other players who enjoyed a more loose cannon play style, it seems like they are losing the medium which allowed them to experience it.



    They don't have to rave about it in public, just to the people they're working alongside / under. I find it extremely...
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    Last edited by Nyrufa; 10-16-2019, 06:03 AM.

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