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  • NuclearSnake

    ‚ÄčI think the ninth dot is a little extra ridiculous in many cases, but point taken. 6th Gen are pretty manageable but it also comes down to who wrote up whatever or whoever you are looking at. When they keep printing books you end up with overpowered junk that needs to be ignored like Dominate level 6 Implanted Opinion, way out of balance but you could pick it up with a 7th generation Kindred. Characters like Critias, 5th Gen, over 2000 years old, I've seen 8th gen vampires with a fraction of his age that could take him out. It's really who is doing the writing in...
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  • So Lodin is actually back in volume 5? At first glance I thought you were adding him on your own. Why is he unable to heal his wounds after a couple decades? The way I run Lodin nowadays is basically Harvey Specter from Suits. I would wonder why Helena didn't help him recover, he was the perfect puppet with a dozen 8th gen childer controlling most aspects of Chicago and a few other Kindred under his control as well as Chicago's Police force. Really Once Helena woke and Menele kept napping it was curtains for Chicago Brujah. Critias and Damian (IF she even noticed him) have basically 0 chance once...
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  • I like it, I'm a fan of Lodin myself and he has never died in a game I run. Even with the time away his knowledge of Chicago will be extensive. Hope you post more as the game progresses, and welcome to the boards.
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  • Potence level 7 I think.

    you could just say potence turns hand to hand into lethal damage if you want, then have claws do lethal (+2) as well and drop burning wrath, that's what I do anyway.
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  • I have Helena stuck with it, and Mithras. I never use it beyond Helena when I'm running Chicago. In a way it makes it a flaw. I always thought of Helena's turn to murdering evil psycho to be more a product of how truly nasty Mino's was. Less learned behavior and more 30-40% of her personality is her warped sire changing her when she ate him.

    I am pretty sure Methuselah's Thirst is just another thing swiped from Anne Rice books. I think the idea is silly and personally don't bother with it in games. If Helena went to a Salubri abuse counselor and got back her humanity I'd let her survive...
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  • Methuselah's thirst only happens to those who are over a thousand yeas old that have also committed Diablerie to lower their generation, or committed Diablerie many times. It's why Helena has a drinking problem yet Critis does not. It's a self inflicted wound brought about by drinking peoples souls down is how I run it. Nasty even for vampires.
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