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  • Greyman
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    Indeed. Mention of Lookshy is suspiciously absent from those three paragraphs....
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  • Greyman
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    Well, it was there...

    Nechara was briefly mentioned in Scavenger Lands as a location where Lookshy's legions turned back the Arczeckh hordes a few hundred years prior, and where they still maintain a redoubt. There was no information about the place itself other than that they still revere the victorious general.

    First edition mentioned even less - a brief mention in Outcastes that amounted to that the redoubt was the most remote, and least enforced, of Lookshy's foreign legion forts.

    The details in EX3 core appear to be entirely new....
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    Last edited by Greyman; 12-05-2018, 06:39 AM.

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  • Greyman
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    In 2ed it was North of Mt. Metagalapa, South East of Lake Sanazata, and South-ish of Chanta....
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    Last edited by Greyman; 11-28-2018, 07:41 AM.

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  • Greyman
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    Lunar replacement process sucks compared to Dynastic Dragonblooded. The Silver Pact trades in one trained Lunar for a complete unknown newbie. There is only the vague 'passed life' connection between each excarnation, and only Luna knows where or when the successor will appear.

    Meanwhile every adventurous Dynastic Dragonblood that leaves the Blessed Isle already has replacements being raised among their cousins or siblings if not children. New Dynasts have a connection of familial emotion and traditions to the old, and may well know their elder. This steady rate of trained replacements...
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  • Greyman
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    Why, recovering from Incapacitation is explicitly left up to the storyteller, who may allow a roll but is encouraged to do naratively. However while nonlethally incapacitated the character will remain unconcious -- inactive and unaware save through specific exceptions (eg Surprise Anticipation Method).

    [LEFT][COLOR=#252C2F][FONT=Helvetica][SIZE=13px]Well, that is the go to "recover from affliction" roll but I don't recall any generic "recover from unconcious" rule....
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  • Greyman
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    "If successful, this creates a pact that changes the spirit into her familiar, allowing her to target it with applicable Survival Charms." But it is up to the storyteller what is applicable. Personally, I beleive that is mostly Charms which don't interact with beast training or command mechanics.

    So, for instance, no to Beastial Traits Technique, okay to Hide Hardening Practice....
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  • Greyman
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    Any roll is made on demand. When the time comes and if you feel the result is still important .

    Assume it is something that comes up while training.

    Each attempt is an attempt....
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  • Greyman
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    Ah, yes. It is also earlier in the prerequiste tree. It is definitely the go to for out-of-combat travel. In combat those three+ successes to Ride-based commands, and those possible initiative boosts, aren't to be snubbed. It does however, as you noted, cost one willpower and those successes are not non-charm, unlike the mount's Speed Bonus.

    So, Supernal Lash Discipline is not meant entirely to compete against this; as it can be used to enhance it....
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    Last edited by Greyman; 11-17-2018, 08:03 AM.

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  • Greyman
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    Yes, indeed it "doubles its Speed" and the capitalisation indicates Speed Bonus is intended; and I'd apply this before penalties. Best used with Horses or Simhatae, and such, with a +4 Speed Bonus to double.

    Pestletails... eh, not so much.
    The point is to increase chance of success on all Ride-movement rolls for the scene by increasing the Speed Bonus.

    What are you thinking of?...
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    Last edited by Greyman; 11-16-2018, 10:35 PM.

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  • Greyman
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    Yes, that seems to be the way to read it.
    Not much, unless the follower already has their own charms, or acquires others.

    Note: neither Prophit-Uplifting Evocation nor its prerequisite, Underling-Promoting Touch, make the restriction that the follower need be strictly mortal.

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    On the other hand, why would you deputise a follower who lacks sufficient interity?...
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    Last edited by Greyman; 11-15-2018, 06:50 AM.

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  • Greyman
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    How open the trio can be about being Solar might impose a limit. Some people might prefer taxes from slaves over indoor plumbing from anathema....
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