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  • Probably nothing acutally useful would come out of it. It can't ghouls major templates, but I assume they could still get Vitae addicted. Werewolves might be more prone to Death Rage, and willingly drinking vampire blood can't be good for a Changeling's Clarity. Argentum-following Prometheans might actually benefit from experiencing Vitae addiction, in that it could assist in the Pilgrimage, and Mages might be able to use it as a Yantra, especially for spells relating to addiction, blood or vampires in specific. Sin-Eaters might also be able to use it for a Ceremony. The blood of the dead seems...
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  • Seconded. Mummy/Geist and Mummy Demon are bboth fascinating concepts for crossover to me. I wouldn't be surprised if there was a Krewe or two that decided to sign on as a Mummy's priests. Or foolishly decides that such an abomination of undeath can't be allowed to exist.

    And for Mummy/Demon, it'd be interesting, just because high-level Demons are probably among the few non Arch-Templates beings that could slug it out against the Arisen....
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  • malonkey1
    replied to Deviant: the Renegades
    Or even former partners. One saw the monsters they had become, the other didn't see (or care) and wanted to take things further....
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  • malonkey1
    replied to How To Run Exosuits
    Depends on the level of complexity you're willing to run. Honestly, if you want to simulate separate limbs, then the Arm/Leg Wrack rules should probably be sufficient for exosuits as they are for people....
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  • malonkey1
    replied to How To Run Exosuits
    In due time. In due time....
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  • malonkey1
    replied to How To Run Exosuits
    Mechanically, I'd treat it as a vehicle.

    For modern-style "Twenty minutes from now" Exosuits, slightly more advanced that what we have IRL, but are feasible in the future with more refining:
    Dice Modifier: -3
    Size: Intended wearer size + 1 (6 for normal people).
    Durability: 2
    Structure: Size + Durability (8)
    Speed: 5
    Availability: 5
    Add the exo-suit's Dice Modifier as a positive modifier to dice pools that include Strength.

    For future suits more in line with a sort of Iron Man-lite:
    Dice Modifier: +1
    Siz...
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  • I wouldn't put him quite so high on Inspiration, seeing as he does use Generators (the microverse, for example). I'd also actually put him at mid-to-low Restraint, on the edge between Neutral and Renegade. He does give a shit about his family and other people some of the time, and has put others before his ego once or twice (the Season 3 finale comes to mind, though I shan't spoil it here).

    He definitely does have a lot of Axiomata, although I'd say he definitely leans toward Katastrofi, Skafoi, Exilixi and Automata over others....
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  • Well, presumably it's whatever Sekhem represents, or at least something that Sekhem contains. The Mutapa Mage/Mummy Dark Era seems like a place to start in regards to what that might actually mean to a Mage, though.
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  • Perhaps...But I don't know if the kind of paranoia in Demon is really the sort of moral panic that the Satanic Panic brings to mind. I think you could certainly fit them, but it doesn't seem like a totally natural fit at first glance....
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  • Gee whiz, I wish you'd tagged me. It's always fun to see my stuff mentioned in the forum! And I think the Scarred merit would definitely be invaluable to any Blood Bather, Body Thief or other Immortal that does icky things.

    For Purified, I'd probably change their Integrity to be a little bit more like Harmony. The higher it is, the more in contact you are with your former humanity (easier to blend in, easier to relate to others), the lower it gets, the more detached from humanity you are (easier to use powers and influence spirits). "Person full of spirit" vs. "Spirit...
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  • "The Silver Fire." To elaborate, the fire in his name is intended to be the flames of justice. Technically, his Shadow Name was "The Everburning Silver Fire," but that's a little bit of a mouthful. He explicitly set out to become a superhero, because he was a nerdy teenager who found out that he has superpowers, so of course he did. He was the joke of the group right up until a Strix assault, when it turned out he was the main Forces mage in the group. He earned his name that night....
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  • I had an Obrimos Libertine who used his Shadow Name, "Silver Fire" as a nom de guerre in that way. In fact, Shadow Names seem like they're perfect for use as superhero/villain codenames.
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  • Don't worry, I'm sure I'll come up with something.

    For real, thanks.

    Quick note, I've been quiet lately because I'm moving things to a wiki. Once I've done that, more substantive stuff will be coming....
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  • malonkey1
    replied to Ultimate Survivalist
    I'd say Mages, Mummies, Demons and Prometheans are probably going to have the edge here. Mages just have such a broad toolbox (Forces, Matter and Life would be most immediately useful here), Mummies are immortal, god-like beings with at least a couple powers that produce incredbly fecund places (gotta feed the vult, y'know), Demons have several toolboxes to play with with their covers, Embeds, Exploits and Form powers, plus the fact that they don't strictly need to eat. Prometheans have extreme durability, they can eat nearly anything, and they have all those cool alchemical powers, some of which...
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  • I really hope you do finish this. I'm very much in the "Fan of Genius" camp, and I love reading criticisms of it. Well-reasoned, good-faith criticism of a game can only serve to improve it, and I won't deny, Chapter 1 was pretty dog-ass.

    And to certain others, remember: Reacting with anger and vitriol to ideas you don't like is something the bad guys of Genius do. Don't be Unmada, guys....
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  • I still like the idea of Beast/Inferno in the Satanic Panic of the US (80s-90s): The Satanic Panic itself causing violent Heroes to crop up with alarming frequency and the Begotten being hunted, often purely incidentally, while the actual Demonic influences are in Wall Street, the megachurches and the halls of Washington, even using the panic as a cover to push people toward the very institutions they have taken control of.

    There's also an idea I had of a post-WWII Hunter/Mage era that's kind of along the lines of Watchmen, with Mages (mostly Libertines and Arrows) and Hunters emulating...
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