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  • If I were to make a kith like this, I would probably make their skill trick work for mimicking any sound they’ve heard previously, rather than only voices. Their Trickery would allow them to spend Glamour to make their voice seem to emanate from any place they wish, provided it is within their line of sight. For the name, I would call them Echosongs. And now I want to write them up. I’m not going to do so (at least not any time soon), as I have other things I need to write, but I do want to do so....
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  • I’ve always considered it to be a bit of both. Most would be well hidden, but a normal human that comes too close to one anyway would subconsciously avoid getting their limbs mangled by any moving parts without noticing....
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  • White Oak Dragon
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    Bwahaha! I’m pretty much always the Storyteller, so that suits me just fine!...
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  • White Oak Dragon
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    I can’t wait for this. I love mysterious places, and the idea of Sentient places really appeals to me....
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  • I think that making it possible for changelings to have children is a great idea. Whether individual characters think it’s a good thing doesn’t matter, at least from a game perspective. First edition pretty much said that it couldn’t happen, which eliminated a lot of potential stories. It was one of the things that we house ruled away for our games, and I’m glad to see that it isn’t returning for second edition....
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  • I do like the idea of them being able to wield superstitions as weapons against the creatures that they’re dealing with. That said, another possibility could be to make it so that attempting to place Anathema upon Kin results in the discovery of an actual weakness, whether that’s an existing bane or something specific to a character. The weakness could be as simple as the Hero spontaneously realizing just who they’d need to kidnap in order to place their target at their mercy.
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  • Okay, fair point. So instead, look at your mortal flesh as basically functioning like an armored vehicle used to transport your Horror through hostile territory. When it stops, the Horror may come out to forage, but it’s not going to go too far from safety while doing so....
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  • You’re trying to kill me, Teatime! If I’d tried listening to that on my way to work, I’d have surely wrapped the vehicle around something! I’m lucky that it was short enough that I decided to listen before I left. I was laughing so hard that I couldn’t see. Thank you for sharing that. It made my day....
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  • Imagine you have gained a mall store as a Chamber. Your Horror, the Mall Rat, has the freedom to run all over town. Then one day, a new Apex takes over, and suddenly the town begins to fill with bothersome shambling zombies as it imposes the Minion trait. Now, the Mall Rat doesn’t like these zombies one little bit. They’re just too different from the faceless crowds it usually prefers (moaning instead of laughing, etc). The zombies are now starting to fill the mall, though, and it can’t stand that. So you lock the doors and take care of the zombies already inside. Now the Mall Rat doesn’t...
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  • I’ve been running a game for the last couple years, in which the CofD world was descended from the Exalted one. In that game, the Dark Mother was the hidden daughter of the Maiden of Secrets and the Ebon Dragon. She encouraged the lessons as a way of keeping her own descendants anchored rather than just reveling in their dark nature.
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  • I’m glad that you liked Beelzebub and Alban. I was very proud of both of those. On the subject of Alban, now that a lot of people have had the chance to read the book, I can speak a little bit about what I was thinking when writing him. Specifically, I’m going to answer the question that everyone has been desperately trying to figure out (by which, of course, I mean that there may have been a person who vaguely wondered about it in passing and then didn’t think of it ever again). So, why exactly did I decide to give the goat purple eyes? Despite what most people would probably assume, it...
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