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  • Indeed. I can chatter about rats for hours, but I'd hate to derail this thread with rat stories....
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  • White Oak Dragon
    replied to Aslynthi
    That would be [REDACTED]. I would love to see a write-up for them, if PookaKnight ends up writing them....
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  • That would make sense. If he's a Beast, then he'd need some sort of animal features anyway.
    Radigan always has something tying him to rats, regardless of the incarnation. I've used him as a rat Beast and multiple types of wererats, amongst other things. The rats and the delusions of film noir are the traits that he always has, and I often enjoy reimagining him into new horror or urban fantasy settings....
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  • I see nothing wrong with that, provided that it's the name he chose for himself and not the one he was given at birth. It has a nice ring to it, so if you like it, keep it. If not, just go for something that you find appealing and that would sound good when the character is introducing himself.
    Example: one of my recurring characters (which I've incarnated into multiple game systems) is an invariably rat like private detective with delusions of film noir that calls himself "Slate Radigan, P.I."....
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  • What about the fact that they've come back from the dead? They can do that multiple times. They also give ghosts a second chance to take care of whatever is keeping them there in the world of the living....
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  • My character, Hargrove, is a stage magician with a Horror that Hungers for Power, specifically for its victims to be utterly amazed by it. It wants to drive people insane, breaking down the lines between reality and fantasy, but it settles for the amazement and wonder that Hargrove invokes by making people truly believe. Your performance idea could work perfectly, provided that the fear is real.
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  • You could at least use it to get close enough to do so....
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  • I'd definitely like to see some setting shards and hacks that give other ways to run the game. Families as actual bloodlines passed down from generation to generation, Heroes that fulfill their original purpose in the Primordial Dream, Horrors with agendas of their own that don't necessarily relate directly to their immediate Hunger. Heck, while I've never been that bothered by the rarity of physical transformation, I know that there's a lot of people who were, so a hack for that could fit into a shard easily enough.
    Assuming it isn't already covered in the Player's Guide, I'd like to see...
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  • I believe that there was a kith that might help with that in the preview documents. I think it was called the brollachan or something like that. I probably mangled the spelling on that one, but I'm responding on my phone so I'm going by memory....
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  • I'd like to see Pan, preferably without making him Marsyas and Satan as well.
    I'd also like to add my support for the addition of Bes for the Egyptians.
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  • White Oak Dragon
    replied to A Walk in the Hedge
    There could also be something similar to Demon's Aether Eater and Aether Hive Adaptations for cryptids. If there isn't something like that already for goblins, I would imagine that it would be quite simple to create it.
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  • White Oak Dragon
    replied to A Walk in the Hedge
    Oh, I understood that part. The part that bothered me was using the gates of horn and ivory for it. The original story of them had one gate take you to true dreams and one take you to false ones. The game version had one gate taking you to true dreams and the other to no dreams at all. That's why I was going to house rule that taking either gate would lead to dreams, and give changelings the option to choose "none of the above". I'm definitely curious about how they dream in the new edition, now....
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  • White Oak Dragon
    replied to A Walk in the Hedge
    Sweet! Thanks for letting me know. I can't wait to get my hands on this book....
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  • White Oak Dragon
    replied to A Walk in the Hedge
    Speaking of dreams, are changelings still going to vanish when they sleep by default? That was one of the few things that I hadn't cared for in the previews. It seemed odd to me that choosing one of the two dreaming gates would result in no dreams at all. Granted, it is a simple house rule to say that one gate causes them to vanish into lucid dreams, one gives them normal dreams but removes their special defenses against other dream manipulators, or they can choose neither of them, resulting in no dreams at the cost of their Willpower.
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  • White Oak Dragon
    replied to Freeholds
    That's terrible! I wish you a speedy recovery, and whatever comfort you can find until then....
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  • For Demon, I'd definitely go with cryptoflora for Audrey II. For Changeling the Lost, the plant could be from the Hedge, feeding on blood to thrive in an alien environment. For Geist, you could easily use any of the other explanations that you've come up with for other games and simply have the characters drawn in by the rising body count.
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  • Not much. I've got a new project on my plate that has stepped in front of them. I do hope to get back to them eventually, but I've got other writing to finish first....
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  • Thank you, Madhatter. I'm always amused by fearsome critters.
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  • I'd love to see a big book of cryptids! That said, I certainly hope that we get a few good ones in this book, too. I can't wait to get my hands on this book....
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