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  • 353) Missed Chances [Paradox Flaw ; Prime] True Mages affected by this Flaw are unable to see, sense, nor use Quintessence other than their own.
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  • Muad'Dib
    replied to How to create a chantry?
    The methods, Spells and Rotes used would probably vary greatly, depending on which group of True Mages would be creating the Chantry. It might also depend to a large extent on the exact membership of the Cabal - or multiple Cabals - which would creating the Chantry....
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  • 352) The Right Person For Every Job But One [Paradox Flaw ; Mind] This Flaw affects True Mages who use the Sphere of Mind (or the equivalent Spells or Rotes in the case of True Mages using Foundation and Pillars) to try to learn or improve, for example, a specific skill or comprehend a specific kind of knowledge purely due to needing it for a given situation, rather than due to their personal interest in the skill or the knowledge.
    True Mages affected by this Flaw are unable to focus on the activity that they sough to learn, or to think clearly about the topic that they tried to understand...
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  • Why do you think that an Ananasi would make a trap specifically for Pentex's workers or agents?...
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  • Muad'Dib
    replied to Tradition-specific abilities.
    What do you think about the other Traditions in regards to this? What Tradition-specific abilities could the other Traditions have?...
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  • 351) Trying a Little Too Hard [Paradox Flaw ; Life, Matter, Entropy] This Paradox Flaw affects True Mages who seek to overcome obstacles by facing them directly, while knowing that the odds, and the opinion of their friends and advisors, are against them. All True Mages affected by this Flaw develop a propensity towards considering only one person out of their group to be the one they should pay attention to; while at the same time feeling a slight, but unshakeable sense of meekness and complaisance that easily leads the affected True Mage to making the impression that they are much less capable...
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  • Do you mean that they require those specific Skills in addition to their True Mage Spheres? If so, where is this written?



    I think that some of the True Mages of the Traditions prepare their Spells and Rotes at the same speed as the Technocrats do with their Procedures (and Treatments, in the case of the Progenitors) ; some might spend more time preparing their True Magick than the Technocrats....
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  • Muad'Dib
    replied to Recharging a Caern
    I think that True Mages could do it - probably only the ones whose Paradigm would allow for this. Dreamspeakers might be the ones most able to do so; and the ones most knowledgeable about it....
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  • 348) Assured Certainty [Paradox Flaw ; Conjunctional use of at least two of: Prime, Time, Mind, Entropy] This Paradox Flaw affects True Mages who consider both spoken testimonies and deductions of other persons than they to be insufficient proof on which the True Mage's actions can be based on. Mystical True Mages might be drawn into ruminations that cause them to discard other persons as being capable of both comprehanding and judging a situation accuretly; causing them to rely on confirmations given by their True Magick. Technocrats affected by this Flaw become arrogant to the extreme; assuming...
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  • Which of the World of Darkness games - and which parts of them - would you say would be best to use?...
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  • Muad'Dib
    replied to Questions about Union Policy
    Why do you think that the Sabbat be the biggest threat in such a crossover, instead of the Camarilla?...
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  • Muad'Dib
    replied to Creative uses for Matter
    Creating precious materials to use as a mean of bribing someone....
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  • I see no reason why they couldn't; other than perhaps internal disagreements between the Void Engineer Methodologies....
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  • It depends on what the Technocrat True Mage is doing. Sometimes, once they design and build a machine or a device, they can use it without any - or with bare minimum of - preparation. At other times - for example when a Progenitor is preparing a Treatment that has to be adjusted based on the situation - the Technocrat has to prepare it in advance; most probably spending a considerable amount of time doing so....
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  • Muad'Dib
    replied to 1000 Mage Plots
    70) An previously unknown, but very experianced, Tradition True Mage introduces herself to the Garou of the local area (The Caern has a majority of the Uktena, together with a major Bone Gnawer involvement.) She promises to help in regards to matters concerning Spirits, and act as a go-between between the Garou and Tradition True Mages of the local area.
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  • I think that this might be referring to Technocrat True Mages negotiating with Spirits....
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  • Muad'Dib
    replied to Questions about Union Policy
    I don't think that just treating the Gauntlet in a reversed manner would be enough for the Ananasi to be able to go into the Technocracy's Constructs whenever they want and unopposed....
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  • Muad'Dib
    replied to Questions about Union Policy
    Based on what you think that the Ananasi are the most successfull group in the World of Darkness in regards to maintaining secrecy? Is it something written in the Ananasi Breed Book?...
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  • This suggest this; but the permission of the Iteration-X in regards to this is not mentioned. The New World Order of the Technocracy would probably be using their influence within the Technocracy to do this; rather than asking for the Iteration-X 's permission....
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  • I'd say that the Order of Reason was simply not strong enough to challange the Giovanni in Italy. It has to be taken into account that the Giovanni were set up in Italy well enough that their defensive capabilities were too strong for a possible Order of Reason offensive. Also the other Kindred Clans could have supported the Giovanni against such an offensive....
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