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  • Jacob
    replied to A Dash of Deviants
    I think this is the third or fourth Deviant-specific thread now. A place to aggregate them together would be handy. Not sure what the official policy is though; we might have to wait until the Kickstarter deploys (which I hope will be sometime this year)....
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  • Jacob
    replied to A Dash of Deviants
    Now that we have this thread I'm wondering if it's time for a Deviant sub-forum.
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  • I don't see a problem per se but you'll be asking your storyteller ( or doing if you're the storyteller) a lot of overhead since most characters will be part of different krewes for the burden will mainly fall on the storyteller. Your chroncles will end up being demi-crossovers (between/among) krewes.

    This works for other CoD games though, so it should work here too.

    Also, as Satchel says, you might want to wait until the rules are fully released before making alterations for your local play environment.
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    Last edited by Jacob; 07-15-2018, 12:44 AM.

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  • This is giving me some very Jonathan Coultan Creepy Doll vibes. Looks like a fun project.
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  • Jacob
    replied to Kindred Vodoun for 2e?
    Your complaint kind of reminds me of the kind-old-grandma-who-curses-like-a-sailor problem in literature. In real life not only do seemingly opposing situations occur, they occur with frequency. That's because the evolution of things isn't very neat and tidy. For instance, more than a decade ago I worked at the Children's desk in a public library. One day this sweet old grandma came in with her grandson. She was as pleasant as pleasant could be until the kid was out of earshot, when she leaned over the desk and confided to me, "That [f-bomb] little [poop-word starting with s] is drivin' me...
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  • Jacob
    replied to Kindred Vodoun for 2e?
    @Tessie: A few things. You are correct that Mérges Sorcery has a relatively different-seeming theme from Theban sorcery. However, consider that miracles are also essentially rooted in emotions (faith and ecstasy). I don't find Theban Sorcery to be very "academic" as you say since you're basically just conducting a faith-based ritual and willing a miracle to occur. So not an issue there IMO (which of course not to say that Mérges Sorcery couldn't actually be a very academic magic; its focus on emotions, especially negative emotions, actually make it a pretty good candidate for conversion...
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  • Jacob
    replied to Kindred Vodoun for 2e?
    You probably could...I kept it separate though. IMO, it's probably more easily merged with Theban Sorcery.
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  • Jacob
    replied to Kindred Vodoun for 2e?
    I did, but I also merged it with Theban Sorcery. You can find it on the Google Doc that contains my GMC updates and other setting hacks for V:tR.
    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1...it?usp=sharing...
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  • Jacob
    replied to Deviant: the Renegades
    Er, why not both?

    Still not sure what folks don't like about aliens, especially in a post-Realms of Atlantis world.

    I'm patient though. Looking forward to Changeling next month, devouring the Geist backer updates currently, and waiting for a Hunter and/or Deviant kickstarter in the future. Plenty of time to get to other supernatural gribblies in the far future.
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