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  • I will not switch to 5th edition. Advancing Metaplot is the wrong direction to go in, and I have zero interest in it. I stopped buying Revised era books for the same reason. Some of the new mechanics sound interesting, but that should really be something included in a Storyteller's Guide type book listing out optional rules for GMs to try. Only if there is overwhelming positive response to them should they be included in core rules.
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  • Black Fox
    replied to What it is Gehena for you?
    Gehenna is an event during the End of the World which will take many years, decades even, to unfold. All the other game lines' end of the world events happen at the same time period. I'd probably make it the first big supernatural event that occurs - heralding the other events (of the other game lines) to come.

    It would begin subtly at first as the various Gehenna cults in the Camarilla, the True Black Hand in the Sabbat, and certain factions within the Independents begin to mobilize as they receive the signs. Vampire politics would then start to become very weird as all these...
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  • Black Fox
    replied to Re-imagining the Setites
    I run them as secret supporters of the Anarch movement as well, and there's a lot of major Anarch players who appreciate their help or are in debt to the Setites for the support given to them behind the scenes. The Camarilla knows this too, but for the most part the Setites do a good enough job at plausible deniability that the peace is kept. Of course, the Setites care nothing about the Anarchs. In fact, they are personally opposed to their philosophy as young vampires rebelling against elders would unacceptable within the clan. But they see it as a necessary to weaken the clans of the Camarilla...
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  • Black Fox
    replied to Re-imagining the Setites
    As originally written, the Followers of Set were worshippers of the Wyrm, and Set the Antedeluvian was the high priest for the clan.

    Unfortunately, all depictions of the Wyrm's worshippers were just completely cartoonishly evil which made it hard to include them as anything than black hatted orcs/monsters you killed on sight. And as the game developed and all four independent clan went from "monster of the week" to "they should really make sense in the setting" the developers had to figure out a new depiction while trying to stay within the bounds of known canon....
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