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  • nothri
    replied to [2E] Ogres are *Metal*?
    Maybe this will clear it up.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ii01...=KilluaMurdock
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  • nothri
    replied to Pyramids
    I feel like, Pyramids or no, Iremite tombs would naturally be extremely elaborate and hard to penetrate. Mostly for the practical reason that the inhabitants apparently had a habit of waking back up and trying to eat people, if what they say about the Ka is correct.
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  • 172. There's a new dentist shop in town. The doctor's are Angels, and the cavities are getting filled in with more than silver. Microchips keeping track of what people say and do hidden inside the molars. Horrific, but that isn't the important part. There's a bug in this system. If you take one of these "compromised" teeth, rip it out by the roots so that its intact, and then "flip it" so that it gets reinserted into the gums in the opposite direction...some wire gets crossed in the chip. You start to receive signals instead of giving them off. Local angel chatter, mostly....
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  • nothri
    replied to Pyramids
    I feel like you guys are answering the question and I'm not quite getting it. Do you all believe there were such things as Iremite era Pyramids, ones that had an entirely different symbolism unrelated to the Sun or the sky above...or do you believe the Egyptian Pyramids were an invention solely of the Egyptians that came after the Nameless Empire?
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  • nothri
    started a topic Pyramids

    Pyramids

    So I just saw this, which is exciting! https://news.nationalgeographic.com/...&sf136377441=1

    Got me thinking. Were the Iremites pyamid builders? Pyramids were generally thought to represent the sun and the Iremites were all about the underworld not the daylight. But Pyramids also represented the mound upon which the world formed when the waters of Nut ebbed. So...any thoughts?
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  • nothri
    replied to How mummies rule the world?
    "Does being a recent Twice Risen with memory bleed count?"

    Its an option, but the memories are a jumble and you have no control over what you know about the present. Also, as I recall the drawbacks to performing the ritual are quite severe (though to be fair I don't recall if they are applied at character creation as well as if it is done later in the chronicle).


    "Start with a higher Memory Score?"

    That might help? It depends on the concept, I suppose, and how far back you'd want to go. Just remember your memory starts fairly low...
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  • nothri
    replied to How mummies rule the world?
    So two separate things I'd like to address. First, I wanted to say I sympathize with wyrdhamster's misgivings. As a rule I love Ancient Egypt, and I love many incarnations of W/COD Mummy. This setting is frustrating for being so much superior in many aspects to Resurrection (Irem and the Guilds just completely blow away any previous write up for Mummy "society") and yet so inaccessible in other aspects. I do wish something had carried over about non-egyptian mummies- even if it was just a wider variety of "Lifeless" entities for mummies to encounter, battle, and generally deal...
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