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  • grimjaws
    replied to Intro and the Savage Age
    No problem, we like questions! If you do the Discord thing we have a fairly active community there. PM me for an invite.

    I'll let Coyoteintx field the Rapax question, as he is doing the writing for it. My guess would be that the Phorusrhacids would be a separate thing. Last I had heard was the Rapax were going to draw more from Maniraptora for visual inspiration....
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  • grimjaws
    replied to Intro and the Savage Age
    The general consensus of the writing team is that the Vampires of V:tM are not around in the Savage Age, for two reasons. One, Caine was a farmer and agriculture is just barely getting started at the end of the Savage Age. Two, vampires in our conception of the Savage Age and W:tA are not the vampires of V:tM, they are people that are possessed by blood drinking spirits.

    Crossovers in general are all going to be heavily filtered though a Werewolf lens and little explicit mention will be made using terms from other games....
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  • grimjaws
    replied to Intro and the Savage Age
    I think the vast majority of the material would be useful, with only real work needed being how to explain the "simplified" Umbra of the Savage Age, and the situation with the Triat. The simple Umbra could be as straightforward as it collapsed into a more condensed form (which coincidentally looks like the Savage Age Umbra) after whatever ELE happened in the Apocalypse. With the Trait, I think that would depend on the Apocalypse, who "won", and what themes you would want to favor in your Post-Post setting.
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