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  • I'll try and break down my thoughts into bullet points, since there's a lot here to cover.
    Roboticists:
    • The comparison between the Tinkers and the Engineers is a fair one, there's definitely a lot of overlap in terms of Attainments and ethos. What I tried to go for with the Roboticists is more of an emphasis on machinery as opposed to the Engineers' focus on energy, but your suggestions do sound good. And yeah, Perpetual Motion is awesome, hence why I made it one of the optional Attainments. One of the potential routes I was considering was a focus on the robot's ability to be self-re
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  • Fishermen of Dead Streams

    Since the dawn of history, mankind has gone out into the deep waters in order to catch fish for food. This noble profession has extended from the time of Atlantis into the modern Fallen day. While the size of catches for groups of fishermen has increased substantially, the overall intent is the same: To collect enough fish to feed themselves and others. The Fishermen of Dead Streams have taken this idea and applied it to the eroding rivers of the Underworld.
    Known by some as “Anglers,” these individuals do not (generally) fish for actual fish in...
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  • Roboticists of the New Era

    Science Fiction as a genre has dominated the human consciousness for the past century. As human ingenuity catches up to imagined spectacles, it only stands to reason that some, magic or mundane, have taken to viewing science fiction as a template for what must surely come. Among mages, these individuals are known as the Roboticists of the New Era.
    The Tinkers as they are sometimes called drew inspiration from stories beginning in 1920’s American comics, but actually formed as a group at the 1934 Chicago World’s Fair. A small congregation of mages...
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  • Critian Caceorte's Awakening Homebrew

    Since I've had more ideas for Mage homebrew these past few days, I felt it better to just create one general thread for this stuff rather than creating new threads for every single entry. Hence this hub for my work. I've listed what I've done down below, with links going to entries outside of this thread. If it doesn't have a link, then its here.

    2e Legacies:
    • Crawlers of Yggdrasil (Thyrsus/Time), a group of time travelers who emulate the squirrel Ratatoskr by working as messengers and moonlighting as pranksters.
    • Roboticists of the New Era (Obrimos/Matter), a collective of engineer-mages
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    Last edited by Critian Caceorte; Yesterday, 07:34 PM.

  • Critian Caceorte
    replied to Scion Type Examples?
    In Yugioh Obelisk the Tormentor is the name of one of the 3 Egyptian God Cards, his name is presumably turned into a word through generations of lost history until it becomes the name of a stone pillar in our time. As for Yami/Atem, even though his name is technically "lost to the ages," he still shares a name with Atum....
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  • Critian Caceorte
    replied to Scion Type Examples?
    He's the reincarnation of the Egyptian *priest* Set, who later gets deified as the "God" Set. Same with all of the other Egyptian deities that aren't the Egyptian God Cards (Ra, Osiris and Obelisk basically.)...
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  • [2e Homebrew Legacy] The Crawlers of Yggdrasil

    The Crawlers of Yggdrasil

    Determining the history of any Legacy associated with time travel is a difficult proposition. With how many changes have been made to the timeline over the years, getting an exact year or even century for its founding is nigh impossible. This is not helped by the fact that the Founder, according to the Legacy’s membership, deliberately did all they could to obfuscate the point of origin for both parts security and amusement. Further confusing matters is the diffuse nature of the Legacy’s members, both across space and particularly time. As such, the Crawlers...
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    Last edited by Critian Caceorte; 05-10-2022, 02:11 AM.

  • Critian Caceorte
    replied to Scion Type Examples?
    For some more Anime/JRPG examples (well, really just examples in general, but oh well), here's a few:

    Born: Erice Utsemi (Izanami; Fate), Sailor Pluto (Chronos; Sailor Moon), the Bhaalspawn (Bhaal; Baldur's Gate)
    Chosen: Nanashi the Godslayer (Dagda; Shin Megami Tensei IV), The Demifiend (Lucifer; SMT Nocturne)
    Created: Enkidu (Aruru; Epic of Gilgamesh), Rei Ayanami (Lilith; Neon Genesis Evangelion)
    Incarnated: Tamamo-no-Mae (Amaterasu; Fate), Seto Kaiba (Set; YuGiOh), Byleth (Sothis; Fire Emblem 3 Houses), Zelda (Hylia; Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword)
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