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  • KieranMullen
    replied to Contested actions
    One possible moral to the story: don't enter fights alone if you can avoid it. When Victor is grappling you, have Bud shoot him in the face....
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  • KieranMullen
    replied to Contagion Pondering!
    What if The Hedge is the previous GodMachine - just organically based? And it's not very pleased with this mechanical upstart? The HedgeMachine might try activating its own "angels". These could be dormant players that no one has seen, or maybe all Fae have to resist being called into service by the old Master....
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  • In DtD Soul Pacts result in the utter destruction - not simply death - of the human signee. I am not sure that any other splat goes so far in damaging their mortal victims. Demons are not and never were human and do not (for the most part) aspire to be human, AFAIK. I find the game to be different in an interesting way....
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  • Is there a published example of the mechanics of ephemerals using Manifestations?

    I am not sure if this post belongs in the DtD sub-topic, rather than overall CoD, but I thought to start here.

    The section on Ephemerals in the DtD manual and CoD manual describes Manifestation powers and even gives a map of how they interact. However I don't see any example of opponents that actually use the mechanics of Fettering and Reaching and Anchoring etc. Even the book on Night Horrors doesn't seem to have any opponents that use them. It's as if you read the rules for chess and the book described in great detail about how magic affects how the pieces interact but none of...
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  • Do WoD demons exist in CoD?

    I need some enforcer types for a particular company that is a front for a GodMachine operation. The company is pretty high up in my conspiracy pyramid, and therefore pretty powerful. The company would tend to respond forcefully to any threats or interlopers so the enforcers should be a real threat.

    I thought of modeling them on Croup and Vandemar from Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere. They are evil, sadistic, unhurried, relentless, and nigh-indestructible. They probably can't be designed as angels, given their sadism and love of destroying...
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