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  • Avrjoe
    replied to The Rules Nuts and Bolts
    Thanks Arms this looks like the information I need. I'm not exactly happy it was done that way. I would have preferred the base system be more unified to lower the learning curve when moving from setting to setting.
    If I like the more firm examples in Aberrant then I can use that as in my own games for Scion so it might be worth picking up. Dependant on my experience with the other rule set I would I could for example tell the players to use the examples in this for how I handle scale at my table.
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  • Avrjoe
    replied to The Rules Nuts and Bolts
    Is the Description in Scion more in depth than in Trinity? I'm trying to get a feel for the core mechanics of the system as I stated before. Perhaps Scale is that differ between lines that an explanation of it from one line is completely inapplicable to the other?

    If the rules are that setting dependant, it's not something I can use really. So i'm tossing money in a pit at this point. I hope not I hope there is some descriptive text of what constitutes the various levels of scale in some Storypath book somewhere like how I found the rules for WoD multiple actions in the weapon section...
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  • Avrjoe
    replied to The Rules Nuts and Bolts
    Well, the Trinity Core came out and I bought it. I like what I'm seeing. However, there is so little in the section on Scale. This seems like a pretty core part of the mechanics that should have been fleshed out more. Is there something that I'm missing where it is covered in more depth? You know classic White Wolf style where the rules are hidden in the description of a character or something?


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