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  • I actually hated the nWoD approach with the Core blue book, as essentially it required 2 books to play any given setting (VtR, MtA2 ), and made searching/referencing things more difficult and unwieldy.

    While the same could be said for the original Mummy, Victorian Age, etc. . . books, it was less common because they really just built on existing games with minor changes.

    Just my view on it, I know others really liked it.
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  • The first two Mummy suppliments did the same thing, only really adding in pertinent rules for the book, but otherwise everything was referenced to a VtM core book to use in conjunction.

    In all honesty, I kind of liked that aproach more.
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  • Beckett
    replied to Embrace Mortals with numina
    While I do agree that this is true within WtA, the point I was mainly trying to make is that it is so mainly because that's the only way WtA presents it. Not really much grounded in realism. I'm simply saying, if any of us went through the first change tomorrow, we are probably not going to abandon whatever faiths we where raised around. And some of the bigger ones like Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, atheism, etc. . . should be a lot more prominent in the game, and realistically, the entire Gaia lore should be extremely confounded by tales of devas teaching tricks and angels angels granting gifts,...
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  • Beckett
    replied to Embrace Mortals with numina
    Personally, I'd actually view the character with True Faith in Gaia, or any of the spirits as the very Snowflaky character. I know Werewolf kind of goes out of it's way to ignore a lot of the real world religions and faiths in it's setting that do not fit in easily with that version of the settings overall assumed reality, lets look at things a little more realistically. Every single Homis Garou is going to grow up in the human taught world where faiths like Christianity, Islam, and Hinduism are the realities to many people. It's, I think, a hell of a lot more likely that the Garou would very...
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    Last edited by Beckett; 03-23-2017, 07:49 PM.

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