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  • Greyman
    replied to Mortal Sorcerers in the Realm
    Because it was not mentioned in their charms.

    ... and it is not mentioned in the Solar charm either, so, okay. Thank you for the correction....
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  • Greyman
    replied to Mortal Sorcerers in the Realm
    Actually, that is only true for Solars. Dragonblooded and Lunars do not get Thaumaturgy bundled in with their Terrestrial Circle Sorcery....
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  • Greyman
    replied to Your Headcanon
    Hmm... My copy reads "instinctive" rather than "intrinsic"....
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  • Well, that would be the unsuspecting target of Silent Words of Dreams and Nightmares, or whatever.

    The author of the dreams would need to be in the know, but that is a different matter.

    It sounds like a job for a Sidereal matchmaking plot....
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  • Greyman
    replied to Demons - must they be dangerous?
    To summarise the core: Neomah weave nautilus towers in which ply their trade as shape-shifting courtesans in return for a small part of their clients' substance, which they use to craft infants in the fires of their towers, which they then abandon. The infants, that is. The towers are dismantled before moving on to new pastures.

    Sometimes they are summoned specifically to craft an infant, but they'll do it unasked if they have the opportunity. As such, while they may also be summoned to become spies or bodyguards, this does not preclude them following their nature....
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  • Greyman
    replied to Written Social Influence
    Well... If it conveys information --like maps, diagrams, and accompanying illustrations-- then it is covered by Linguistics. Other art would be Craft, which doesn't have social influence charms. So I suppose that the key would be getting the word out about what the symbol means....
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  • Greyman
    replied to Opinions on DB 3e
    The core book had a generic "add charm dice to rolled actions and may also pay willpower to reroll failed extra dice". (Note: it only mentioned rolls, not static values).

    This was replaced with "purchase charms (five are given free at character creation), to have effects specific to that ability, (including effects for static actions)"....
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  • Greyman
    replied to Shazam as an Exalted story [spoilers within]
    Additionally, the original source of his power was derived from a eclectic cohort of gods and biblical characters.
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  • Greyman
    replied to Late reading of Exalted: the Lunars
    Huh. There are images on each caste splash page, which also appear on a banner for about every second page. However, yes, nothing appears to be set down in actual text....
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  • Greyman
    replied to Ask a question, get an answer
    I believe that it was in some chapters in the first printing of the 1ed core rulebook , as a hold over from a last moment design change....
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  • More of a sarcosuchus



    The Quaghead Tribe notes the statistic adjustments needed to make a wee little crocodile....
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    Last edited by Greyman; 03-28-2019, 09:02 AM.

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  • Well, actual Oil of Vitriol (aka Sulfuric Acid) is a colourless, odourless syrup... until it reacts with metals to produce colourful metal sulfate solutions.

    So, if you look to the sulfuric waters of Rio Tinto, ruddy orange seems about right....
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  • Greyman
    replied to Who Made Humans? [Any Edition]
    Blame it on Autochthon. … somewhat.

    According to Scroll of Fallen Races, the Mountain Folk were first carved by Autochthon from a deposit of Jade in which fair folk were calcified when Gaia and Cytheria forged Creation from principles of Chaos and Order. Later these Jadeborn were used as the prototype for humanity when the Primordials sought a source of prayer.

    Although there is no explicit indication that the task was assigned to Autochthon, or if it was a group project. While Autochthon earned the moniker of the Great Maker, he's clearly not the only Primordial...
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  • Greyman
    replied to Acid-Spitting Attack prerequisite
    Yeap, that seems to be a defunct reference in the current version. It may be fixed in a closer to final version, but maybe something to make note of for when they begin requesting proof reader feedback.

    Meanwhile, as a placeholder, I suggest substituting Mamba-and-Cobra Mastery x2.
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  • Greyman
    replied to Ask a question, get an answer
    Sometimes links sent in email notifications will glitch.

    There is a 2019-03-26 update on DriveThruRPG. Have you tried looking at My Library?...
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    Last edited by Greyman; 03-26-2019, 05:05 PM.

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