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  • Age of Apostasy sounds good - since that's the most conceivable time to set the Empire on a better course of some kind.

    And yeah, I had Doyen as the "Hidden Archenemy"; they're what I had in mind for "scheming gods." They want everything to get worse, to avoid the risk of other ascendant species becoming a rival. Which makes them sort of both Chaos and the Old Ones here.

    Their ground forces are based on the Breach of From Alien Skies - they try not to make appearances in person, but they're fine yanking machines from higher dimensions and corrupting...
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  • Thanks! And yeah, I feel the real core of Warhammer is scope - what Starcraft did really didn't get across the same level of epic at all. Nor the operatic tone and destructive spectacle of real grimdark (in my view of the genre). While I'm not aiming for the overwhelming bleakness of 40k (not only am I not capable of that, it'd suffocate the other half of the hybrid), but there's a lot of room that still remains properly grim and cynical. After all, I'm aiming for humanity's greatest achievement being a failing state.

    Very good suggestions too....
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  • To be honest, it's because I copy-pasted the narration, and find-replaced. Those were things I missed. Thanks for finding them....
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  • Create-a-Hybrid-Setting: Trinity Continuum 40,000

    (repost from RPGnet...)

    It is the 41st Millennium. For more than a hundred centuries the Proxies have sat immobile in the Aeon Council of Earth. They are the Masters of Mankind by the will of the gods, and master of a million worlds by the might of their inexhaustible armies. They are mummified carcasses writhing invisibly with power from the Dark Age of Quantum. They are the Carrion Lords of the Imperium for whom a hundred souls are sacrificed every day, so that they may never truly die.

    Yet even in their deathless state, the Proxies continue their eternal vigilance.
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    Last edited by Leliel; 09-20-2021, 03:05 PM.

  • Leliel
    replied to Saints & Monsters preview
    Given how Fate works, I'm not that surprised. Politics is reality, when it comes to the divine. Which the Orishas will happily point out, and also why the Atua are confused why there's a diff in the first place....
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  • Leliel
    replied to The Demonic Pantheon
    Please do!...
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  • Leliel
    replied to Hunter: the Vigil 2E Kickstarter
    EDIT: Ignore this. I was ranting and really didn't think it through.
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  • Leliel
    replied to Hunter: the Vigil 2E Kickstarter
    We seem to have different ideas of "isn't telling." "This power makes this monster a demon, ephemeral or physical" seems pretty clear.

    And of course, there's also a vampire in there - Sea Trow. So it already has an example of "non-Kindred monsters" as an example to follow. And Amarok as something that could be werewolves. So you'll forgive me for being a might skeptical of your criticisms....
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  • Leliel
    replied to Got "Under Alien Skies"
    Yep. As is the reason they can't increase their numbers - they don't recognize their children, which is a pretty good Star Trek plot right there to find a newborn Doyen for whatever reason and teach it about sentient life....
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