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  • Watcher
    replied to The World
    The numbers I tend to go with in my Scion games are 0-3 Scions per Pantheon (with exceptions for Pantheons that have religious systems that require a certain number of Scions for various reasons). Not only limited to the Pantheons written in Hero, this results in several thousand globally. But, that tends to be because I emphasize the importance of Scions from a social/legal/political situation for the Pantheons and thereby Scions are both a huge investment and as much as they are useful tools, are also potential liabilities.
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  • Watcher
    replied to The Nexus is Coming!
    It being free will make sure it reaches the widest possible audience, and since I use Scion to try to trick people into learning, it lines up with my goals. Furthermore there's some more weird specifics about profiting off the works of other scholars without footnoting everything I didn't want to get into. So not charging for it helped alleviate my anxiety on that side of things....
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  • Watcher
    replied to The Nexus is Coming!
    Here is the Nexus project I spent the last year prepping for today! Lebor Óe In Dea, The Book of the Children of the Gods! Over 100 pages of Túatha Dé Danann content, mostly put together from questions and suggestions from the Scion Discord.
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  • Watcher
    replied to Sources for Mithras
    As Sacerdos says, my next project which is currently in formatting and will hopefully be up on the Nexus as soon as its up is exactly that for the Túatha Dé! Almost 90k words in total. (Edit: Not 190k! I can't read my own text apparently.)...
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    Last edited by Watcher; 07-09-2019, 11:15 PM.

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  • It would probably depend highly on the Pantheon in question, their relationship with animals, and the degree to which they are bound to similar laws as mortals. For instance, the Túatha Dé Danann would never in a million years have sex with an animal, with the only example of such I can think of being something vaguely implied by two extremely side characters who are, either way, of low social status and thus far below what the Túatha Dé would consider to be important enough to care about. The Kami, with all their intense issues with the very notion of having sex with a mortal, would probably...
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