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  • Greyman
    replied to What Breaks If......
    Why would you want to roll less than full Initiative worth of damage?

    Or rather, how do you plan on handling "Reset to Base Value" step, where after a successful attack, the attacker's initiative is simply reset to 3....
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  • Well, Second Edition held that dynastic children were always handed over to wet nurses as soon as possible to prevent forming an inappropriate maternal bond, and there after the mother pays little personal attention to her offspring, placing them entirely in the care of mortal tutors and nannies.

    In Third Edition, while such outsourcing of child care still forms the core of dynastic child rearing, the mother is not required to completely distance themselves (though that is not discouraged either). Loving their children is not frowned upon, but spoiling them is....
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  • Greyman
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    A sorcerous initiation includes learning a shaping ritual, among other things.

    A shaping ritual is only a method for gathering sorcerous motes....
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  • Greyman
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    A shaping ritual is an alternate method for gathering sorcerous motes. A sorcerous initiation is the plot description for how the character trained in their Sorcery Charm (or the merit, if mortal). These inititations list a set of sample rutuals, and each sorcery charm grants access to one ritual (which may be, but need not be, aquired through the same initiation source.

    An artifact (or hearthstone) that grants access to an extra ritual need not be a source of initiation in itself. It is just an alternative means of gathering sorcerous motes....
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  • Greyman
    replied to Child Celestials and aging
    ...theoretically, anyway. In practice, the Dowager must replace the Shoat every now and then....
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  • Greyman
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    There's no advantage, but neither is there a drawback.

    If you want your character to be marked by sorcery (beyond having demon servants) , then consider Infallible Messenger as a Control Spell - the control effect is quite useful, and having the six winged messenger lurk in the background is a rather thematic tell....
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  • Greyman
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    No. You must not leave Creation.

    Yes. Compass of Celestial Directions: The Wyld agrees. The Elemental Poles are located at the fartherest cardinal points on the border of Creation, wherever that is at the time, and if a traveler manages to successfully navigate to one without straying onto the Wyld, there is no path to the Wyld from inside a pole. (All paths away from a cardinal Pole lead back to Creation.)...
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  • Greyman
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    Third Edition core notes only that they are vaguely east of the River Provinces. The Realm notes that Robe, one of the Hundred Kingdoms, lies near enough to Greyfalls to be of concern.

    Well, Compass: East and Compass: Scavenger Lands both place it east of the Grey River and west of the Republic of Chaya -with the Lost City of Denandsor being in the heart of the Hundred Kingdoms--, but also north of the Yellow River, between Marita and Greyfalls.

    Fair Folk, the Arczeckh Horde, and other denizens of the South East were variously noted as having invaded THK through Chaya....
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  • Greyman
    replied to Help Me Make Dragon Armor
    The Armor of the Immaculate Dragons, as presented in Wonders of the Lost Age section on Power Armours, were mass produced artefacts of five common designs for use by Dragon-blooded. (For that "Go, go, Power Rangers now in articulated plate armour" vibe.)

    While Gunzosha power armours for mortal use have been mentioned in What Fire Has Wrought, and are promised to be detailed in Heirs to the Shogunate, the mass-produced aspect is likely gone the way of Common Warstriders and Generic Daiklaives.

    If you pull Armor of the Immaculate Dragons back into the setting,...
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  • Greyman
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    An elemental flame, that grows larger by igniting human passions and causing hearts to explode....
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