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  • I would like to see Trinity: Axis. I'm imagining a game set in WW2, with high powered heroes and villains operating beneath the cover of the massive warfare. Behind the scenes, countless splintered timelines spin off from critical moments, with a second war being fought by both contemporary characters and time travelers to decide which of the myriad possibilities will become the dominant timeline.
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  • White Oak Dragon
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    I've been going back and forth between whether I want them to have Gifts or Contracts, but I'm leaning towards them requiring a fae creature to brand their soul regardless. I'm also leaning towards them having a sixth Renown type because of this. I'm going to keep "The Wolf Must Hunt", but they may have different requirements for that. Silver will have the same effects on them as cold iron. My ultimate goal is to make them a true hybrid that could be interesting to encounter or play, while maintaining enough balance that people can't "Haight" them too much....
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  • White Oak Dragon
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    I've been working on and off on a combination of changelings and werewolves called the Cu Sith. They're still a long way off, but the intention is for them to go through their First Change during the process of being crafted into a changeling, resulting in a bizarre fusion of the two.
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  • Thank you. I've got my fingers crossed.

    One thing that occurred to me was that you could always have the Trickery summon a fully loaded gun mechanically identical to the last firearm they touched that vanishes at the end of the scene or whenever it runs out of ammunition. That would get around the raised eyebrows for carrying an unloaded weapon everywhere they go. If the fired bullets vanished as well, you'd lose the calling card, but add to the weirdness when there is obvious bullet damage without any sign of said bullets....
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  • Nicely done. I like what you did with their Trickery. I actually wrote a Deadeye kith for the Underhill version, though their blessing was considerably different than yours despite sharing the name and sharpshooter concept. Their 2E conversion is quite different as well, although I can't share that yet, as I sent them to Meghan as a writing sample....
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  • I think that the Bargain is intended to hide a changeling in an innocuous fae role, rather than a human one. The Huntsman sees them and thinks, "Wait, that's not the changeling I'm looking for. Look at how he's cleaning that house in exchange for a bowl of milk left on a hollow log... That's nothing more than a common house brownie. Boy, would I have looked stupid coming back with that!"

    That said, I agree that it seems odd that they must reveal their nature, especially when the Bargain is something where the changeling can fulfill their end in an entirely mundane manner....
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  • While I've never worked on the Trinity Continuum (maybe one day, but not yet), I definitely understand the sentiment. The more I'm seeing of Trinity, the more excited I'm getting. You and all the writers should be very proud....
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  • You could also go with "subtext", allowing them to write hidden messages into their work (or even existing work?). An offensive bit of graffiti could warn all changelings of a dangerous gate into the Hedge, for instance. That's probably what I would do if I was updating them.
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  • It may not be a kith, but it's certainly a fine goblin fruit. I absolutely adore it, and it made its first appearance in my games tonight. Well done....
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  • I would say that you're stuck with the dog, even if it ends up acting as the stray you're feeding. The alternative would be to say that if you bargained for someone's family, said individuals would vanish until a demon put them to good use, and since most of the world is unaffected by the transfer, that would really stand out.
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  • This literally happens in every game I run where the Gods are present, regardless of system. I even had a short story published called "Gods Playing Poker" that focused on it. Poker Night is one of those things that just needs to show up. I'm glad I'm not the only one that thinks so....
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