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  • 249) A Different Take [Paradox Flaw ; Prime conjuration] Mages who are affected by this Flaw have their belongings, one to three times a day, replaced by similar items that can - somewhat, at times - serve the function(s) of the former items. Pens get replaced by pencils (and vice versa), forks by spoons, and e-book devices get replaced by a single copy of the book that the Mage was last reading on the device. The Mage's Foci are unaffected.
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  • 247) Twilight Affinity [Paradox Flaw ; Any effects and Rotes that benefit Kindred] Mages affected by this Flaw develop an intense dislike for sunlight, resulting in -2 to all rolls while outdoors during the day, and -1 to all rolls during the day when not in direct sunlight. Mages affected develop a slightly pale tinge to both their skin, and aura.
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  • The House of Tremere book adds involvement of two powerful spirits - Root of All and Stars Above.

    I also see it being written between the lines that Tremere was influenced and perhaps aided in choosing Saulot as the one to seek out for Diablerie. His original choice was the Antediluvian of the Followers of Set, if I recall correctly....
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  • Muad'Dib
    replied to An Undead ecosystem
    Areas of deliberately lowered Shroud could be key in such a setting hack; Elysiums (or otherwise) where Wraiths and other undead could interact. If you include Mages, establishing and maintaining such areas becomes much easier, I believe.

    Love, and love beyond grave, also come to my mind.
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  • Indeed. For example the problem with spirits telling others about Tremere becoming Kindred...this could have been relatively easily solved by the Seven, or other Tremere, misdirecting or commanding the spirits away. The Council's of Seven knowledge about spirits wouldn't become a non-factor post-Embrace, I'd say....
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  • 246) Attention Seeker [Paradox Flaw ; Prime, Spirit] This Flaw strikes Mages who insult spirits in regards to their capabilities and power. The Mage is always visible across the Gauntlet to any nearby spirits; hers or his aura takes on a radiant purple glow. The Flaw can be dealt with by making up to any spirits encountered in the past; or by being friendly towards spirits in general.
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  • 245) The Delicate Strand of Time... [Paradox Flaw ; Time, Mind, Entropy] This Flaw strikes Mages who peer too closely and detachedly at the multitude of future possibilities. Mages afflicted by it develop a nagging feeling that every deviation from regular behaviours - taking a different street crossing, asking a stranger for advice, giving money to a charity for the first time - might result in weird and/or disastrous consequences.
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  • An apt comparison, especially if as part of the explanation of Pentex's size, influence, power and ambitions, you include the machinations of the Syndicate, the Progenitors and the NWO. With or without Technepandi influence....
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  • Consider that the Potion(s) was supposed to lenghten their immortality. Being a True Magickal Potion, testing it could very well ruin the effort. Testing could also be rendered immpassible if the number seven or some symbolism of leading the House of Tremere was involved in making it (or said by Goratrix to be involved). Summing this, I think it could be said that the Council of Seven trusted Goratrix on his word, rather than that they were sloppy....
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  • 244) Just stay for a little way too long in one place... [Paradox Flaw ; Correspondence] This Flaw afflicts Mages who forget themselves while they are using Filter All-Space or simillar effects. Their vision is split between one location they were observing and their current location; this lasts until they lose all interest in what they are forced into observing.
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  • Muad'Dib
    replied to Mage in the Real World
    I doubt heavily if this is really a win for the Syndicate. Such a notion seems like a typical paranoia how "We Technocrats own the whole western world." spread by the NWO....
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  • Muad'Dib
    replied to The 'missing' Aswadim
    An update about The Liar of Ashes, the Aswad of Forces. Her Foundation would be: A Void Is Never Necesirely Of Meaning Devoid.
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    Last edited by Muad'Dib; 04-08-2017, 09:28 AM.

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  • I think it works/feels better if you treat it as a Nephandi & Technepandi scheme foremost, rather than the work of Wyrm cultists from Pentex.
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  • Muad'Dib
    replied to The 'missing' Aswadim
    I just recently came to the idea that the technomagkical Aswad of Matter would be called The Judge of Aspirations, and his (or hers) Pillars would be: Toil, Invasion, Ambition, Destruction. I dunno about the Foundation for those Pillars.
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    Last edited by Muad'Dib; 04-08-2017, 09:39 AM.

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  • Muad'Dib
    replied to 1000 Mage Plots
    8) A young Ecstatic has been delving into Tarot as a foci...fuelled by 60-80 hours cocaine binges. Just yesterday he got 3 cards for the week - the Fool, the Hierophant, the King. All three burned to ash before he even considered them. Are the Aswadim involved??
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  • Muad'Dib
    replied to 1000 Mage Plots
    7) An Adsinistratus is in need of redemption, and is willing to take it!... Well, actually she is honestly looking for a lover from among the Traditions. The Celestial Choir is not invited.
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  • Muad'Dib
    replied to Is the Syndicate evil?
    I'd wager that the Enforcers, at the very least out of the Syndicate, could definitely be called objectively bad.
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