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  • marin
    replied to 'Once and Future' Speculations
    I'd also bring up the Fate/ series from Japan (Fate/stay night, Fate/Grand Order, etc.), most famous for gender-flipping Arthur and Mordred (and Gareth), but also drawing on more of the high-powered supernatural elements from the original Arthurian works, and doing deep explorations of Camelot and its fall.
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  • marin
    replied to Ask a question, get an answer
    Might be thinking of the What We Know site, which I left off keeping up when the 3e core finally came out....
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  • marin
    replied to Scion Titanomachy PDF
    Probably between 2-3pm Eastern Daylight Time / 7-8pm British Summer Time.
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  • marin
    replied to Scarn's magic origin
    Word of warning: it's a tiny little bit in the first page of the first Wizards chapter.

    Oddly enough, chapter 4, one of the Bard chapters, has a theory that could also be appropriated for this, amongst the various theories on bardic magic they offer: the primal sound philosophy, which holds that all of creation was brought about by a single sound or word that reflects every existing thing.
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  • marin
    replied to Scarn's magic origin
    3e's Player's Guide to Wizards, Bards and Sorcerers mentions two different theories on the origins of magic - one, that it's always been a part of the universe, or two, that it began with the titans.

    So you could make the case that arcane energy is a fundamental component of Scarn's cosmos....
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  • marin
    replied to What makes Titans different from Gods?
    Player's Guide to Clerics and Druids and Edge of Infinity both touch on this.

    The key bit would be page 12 of Divine and Defeated, reiterated on page 10 of the Scarred Lands Player's Guide - the titans draw their power from the world itself, while the gods draw their power from mortals.

    The lesser titans are a second edition addition, and there's a sidebar addressing them and where they fit (or not) on p. 14 of the SL Player's Guide. Whether they're truly titans or creations of the originals is unknown, but like the greater titans they seem unable or unwilling to draw...
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  • marin
    replied to The Technocracy of the 50s?
    Per their Revised Convention Book, the Space Race caught the Void Engineers off-guard (since it was driven by politics rather than curiosity). On the upside for them, it reduced Paradox just that little bit.

    Progenitors and Void Engineers both note the Conventions had trouble during the Cold War, trying to get people stuck the other side of the Iron Curtain out, which became progressively more difficult over time.

    While the Progenitors fought for the rights of the physically and mentally disabled in this era, sometimes they only went so far in the name of letting the...
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  • marin
    replied to Scion Demigod Kickstarter to Launch in September
    This week's Monday Meeting gives us a date and time: Thursday, September 3rd, 2pm Eastern Daylight Time (7pm British Summer Time).
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