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  • It can also mesh well with some of the other bonuses, since it doesn't have to target the mage casting the spell.

    Probably including itself, unless I am misremembering something, having a bunch of Mages team up to boost a guy into Stat Godhood seems doable.

    Clarifying edit, as in you could have one spell for each stat, only the highest + would actually take effect for each....
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  • Like with all things, the internet can help out with that. You can either set up a Play By Post on a forum (text-based, tend to move slower making them easy to keep up with) or set up a discord/whatever else for an experience more in line with in-person playing. Many forums, including those for random games, have a "forum game" section where you can look for players to run your game (or play other people's games, if they are running one).

    On this forum it is called the "Conventions, Gathering, and Online Play" section. Whatever other forums you are active in may...
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  • Ruger
    replied to Interest in Lost Boys
    They are thematically kinda similar to Deviants, you could probably steal some of their mechanics/organization strategies/ etc when they come out.

    Eventually.
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  • I mean its not like taking out the HQ destroys the conspiracy. CEOs, generals, and clergy can be replaced easy, and Hunters probably have an efficient chain of command just in case that happens.
    Take out the local church? Not like it is going to stop the global organization of MalMal.
    Go to the Vatican and take out the leaders? They appoint new ones in an instant, and now you made them REALLY angry.

    Its kind of a Hunter theme. One of us dies, the vigil lives on. A conspiracy won't really die unless you crush it to the point every member is gone....
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  • In the worst case, you would just have to pull a "Tucker's Kabolds". An exploding water heater is still an exploding water heater, but normal people can explode water heaters just fine if they have a bit of explosives. If they use PC tactics but NPC numbers, they could be a significant threat (especially if you are willing to buff them to PC-like competence).

    So here are the major problems with hunting Mages (from both a Hunter PC/NPC perspective)
    1. Quiescence, Sleepers forget seeing magic and have to make breaking points. They still realize what is going on when...
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  • Sure, if you want them too. The major annoyance is the memory thing, so setting up squads with a sleepwalker directing a group of sleepers would theoretically be effective. If you are willing to give them cheap tactics, they could be pretty dangerous. Especially if you use the groups that have abilities that counter magic.

    I'd talk more but am kinda out of time :V....
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  • I'd say it depends on the particular party and faction throwing it. I wouldn't bet "excessive" comes around too often, unless you make yourself look nouveau riche. The C&C rules say they can throw one big party (20-100 people) per story, without having to pay resources. So I'd say 3-4 dots of Cash worth if they are being fancy, 2-3 if they are roughing it, and 5 if they are just trying to show off.

    I also know nothing about holding fancy parties, so who knows :V...
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  • Ask a Simple Question, Get a Simple Answer: Hunter Edition

    Because everyone else has one, why not the Hunter tab?
    No actual question to start this out elegantly. So we can pretend that above thing was a non-rhetorical question.
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  • Ruger
    replied to Las mysteres question
    Obviously, if a werewolf is killing indiscriminately then they are a bad guy and must be part of the badguy faction that totally isn't the pure.

    Because Forsaken don't like people getting ridden. They see the Lemys and say "I better put a stop to that immediately!", and then proceed to attempt to stop it immediately for their own good. For a comparison, lets say there are a group of firemen who put out fires. They are obviously the good guys, fighting the bad guys who like to start fires. Now lets say you are a person who routinely sets himself on fire to fight evil. You...
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