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  • Callishka
    replied to Taking out Stygia?
    It's important to remember that there have been attempts at fracturing. The Heretics revolted (and lost), and later, during the Age of Exploration, they (along with Renegades and probably opportunistic Stygians) invaded the Kingdoms of Flint, Gold, Obsidian, as well as the Caribbean Mirrorlands. They did this to establish their own Shadowlands empire out of reach of Stygia, and ended up contributing to the 3rd Great Maelstrom's creation.

    And though most Hierarchs don't recall this, the Grim Legion and its allies, including another Dark Kingdom, betrayed Stygia during WW1 and almost...
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  • What a wonderful concept! I'm thrilled you went with an Outer Pather. I love all types of Purified, but I was hoping someone out there would try our take on the 2E Outer Path, what with all its alchemical goodness. Love her bans, banes, and influences! What a trip....
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  • Glad it was useful! (It was mostly Quantumelody's work, though I did do that 6.2 section you're referring to)

    Looks like the webhost changed: http://wodcodex.com/wiki/Numina_(1st_Edition)

    Edit: Tell us about your character!...
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  • No, not useless, although the core book does not actually explain this. Here is a quote from Handbook for the Recently Deceased:

    "If your character acts in a way consistent with the core emotion at the heart
    of a Passion, even if they’re not doing exactly what the Passion says, you can try to regain some Pathos. For example, if your Passion reads “Protect My Family (Love) 5” and you do something that isn’t directly related to your family but is, in your opinion, done out of Love, you can petition the Storyteller for the opportunity to roll for Pathos. It’s a...
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  • It's not that Spectres can't see mortals; it's that they normally can only see the worst, most decayed and corrupted parts of mortals, the force of Oblivion lurking in them. So, yes, that means mortals are more or less invisible, but a spectre can work at glimpsing them: "The Shadow-Eaten move through a barren wasteland with only the faintest hints of the mortal world." Here, "faint" does not mean nonexistent.

    Spectre's version of Deathsight is easier to use, which can help them track mortals through the trail of Oblivion they give off. Shroudrend is a whole Arcanos...
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  • I agree with everything Ramnesis said. If for whatever reason your players wanted to emerge from their cauls years after death, I think the Underworld is strange enough that you could just say it happened for mysterious reasons, and the unusual amount of delay could even be the reason why the circle of ghosts formed: they share that experience.

    It might be interesting for the St to come up with a reason why that area was not searched by reapers. Perhaps it's dangerous, out of the way, or has some sort of obstruction to vision. Or perhaps even ghosts think it's haunted for their kind....
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