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  • I don't want to derail the thread, but I would like to give you a suggestion since you say you don't like bloodlines. Of course that makes a decent chunk of Requiem material useless to you, but you can still get a lot of mileage out of bloodlines by transforming them from whole families into individual weird elders. Enrich the strangeness of your setting and use all the mechanics that they offer, without making it seem to the players that being one of these weirdos is normal, common or expected. On the side of Merits and Devotions, often enough, just minor fiddling makes them appropriate to other...
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  • For what my perspective is worth, here is my input.

    Draugrs: As you can see by the mention of the draugr-hunting sheriff in the intro and also another reference in the Rumor section, draugr are meant to be open books to the Daimonion. Mechanically, Beast Whisperers should always benefit from the additional Auspex question and [REDACTED] when targeting draugr. Whether Therian Psychoanalysis should apply is a lot murkier, especially because of the specific mechanics referenced. Technically, as per 1e's Night Horrors: Wicked Dead, draugr are not in a state of "permanent frenzy"...
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  • Maybe one interesting little info with the Daimonion is that "vampire psychotherapist/analysist" was not the idea right from the start. I originally wanted to do a bloodline that has some special attunement and understanding for draugrs, but during the initial brainstorming it quickly became clear that it was too niché of a concept, so I broadened that to a more general "Beast whisperer" archetype, which then quickly turned into what we have now.

    The name of the bloodline was actually one of the last things I decided on. It actually came to me while trying to...
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