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  • I would count it as a reflexive action. However, it seems reasonable that a character would lose their action if all they did that turn was trying (and succeeding) to get loose.
    I would perhaps rule that unless a character rolls a net win of 3 or more successes they spend their turn trying to break free. They would still get out of the hold if they succeed on the roll but the rest of their (normal, non celecrity, non split) actions would be forfited as they tried to break free).
    If they succeed with 3 or more successes they got out of the hold so quickly that they were able to do an...
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  • Cadmiumcadamium
    replied to Ventrue : The Song
    David Guetta - Titanium. "I am Maaalkaaaaaviiiiiaaaaaan". Need to work out the lyrics though....
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  • Cadmiumcadamium
    replied to "Tell me the truth"
    V20 DA actually have as a mechanical benefit that a successful Awe adds dice to your social pools. Though I can't remember if it was your rating in Presence or the number of successes on the Awe roll.

    Edit: It adds one additional dice per dot you have in Presence to social pools related to what you activated the Discipline for (so if you used Awe to seem more imposing I would add dice to intimidation and leadership checks but not lying or charming checks.)
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    Last edited by Cadmiumcadamium; 11-15-2018, 05:55 AM. Reason: Additional Info.

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  • Cadmiumcadamium
    replied to Sunlight protection
    Revised Guide to the Anarchs had something similar where it describes a character sleeping in a body bag tucked into a drain pipe. It wasn't his first choice but when caught outside with miles to the nearest haven and the sun about to come up you make do with what you can.

    Also reminds me of the DA Clan Novels where the recently embraced Ravnos protagonist Zoe had to submerge herself into a barrel of water (at least I think it was water, could have been wine) to sleep in during the day.
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