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  • MorsRattus
    replied to Ask the Devs
    I've known some players who wanted to, essentially, play a god directly - how cromulent would it be to have an Exigent Exaltation essentially serve as a merging of god and human into a new 'person' that mixes personality/memories of the two?
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  • MorsRattus
    replied to The Tanrilar - The Turco-Mongolian Pantheon
    Signature Purview: Ongon - Mongolian and Turkic magic center on the idea that the souls of great shamans - not that they’d use that word, given its Siberian origins - and nature spirits can be called on to perform great feats by use of talismans, known as ongon, which the spirits are convinced to inhabit. Calling on these spirits and using mystic dreams to assist them form the core of Tanrilar mystical practices and those of their followers. There are several classes of spirit that range in power, and the smaller ones are often troublesome or even cruel, but very useful when commanded properly....
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    Last edited by MorsRattus; 11-28-2018, 03:13 PM.

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  • MorsRattus
    replied to Scion 2e Kickstarter Update 67 - Atlantis!
    This is the first take on Scion Atlantis and fictional pantheons in general that I've not been generally annoyed by in a long time.

    That said: these guys are gonna be horribly weak to Fatebinding if they aren't careful and get revealed, in a world where they exist.
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  • MorsRattus
    replied to Ask the Devs
    Would it be accurate to say that as things go now, "magical material" is more of a wide category, of which certain ones reflect specific Exalt themes but which is no longer an exclusive list, since they no longer have specific mechanical effects besides who resonates with which?
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  • Relationships
    For the most part, the Malachim attempt to present a united front, and the fact that they all agree on obedience and submission to the Most High certainly helps. However, there are a few noted points of discord. Samael ha-Satan is difficult for the more militantly pure archangels to deal with, such as Michael, Uriel and Raphael, while Sandalphon and Metatron’s human origins make them closer to each other than any other angels. The Metatron and Raziel, in their realm of divine mystery, also often conflict with the more revelatory angels such as Gabriel, Jophiel and Raguel....
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  • It's basically reflective of my entire take on demons: by and large, most of them are...not a huge deal. They're problems, they're nuisances, but for a lot of history, Judaism, Christianity and Islam have treated these evil spirits as being essentially non-problems in the large scale, and certainly nowhere near the equal and opposite to goodness. That's a Gnostic thing, and its reappearance in modern (and especially modern American) Christianity is...weird, to me. Like, really weird.

    Which is why Lucifer and Asmodeus are Titans, not Primordials - they're the best evil's got, and...
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