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  • marin
    replied to Ask Neall
    Also, consider gods where we have virtually no mythology for them, like the Gaulish gods. In those cases, the player and Director are basically creating the legend as they go along, which can be presented as a straight take or subversion of what originally happened.
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  • marin
    replied to Sell me Wraith The Oblivion
    It bears emphasising, especially when it comes to Wraith, that not all games are for everyone.

    Not knowing your preferences makes it a bit difficult to focus on what might appeal, so I'm going to throw a few things out there.

    Because of Wraith's emphasis on Fetters and Passions - the things and emotions that tie a wraith to the living world - it lends itself particularly well to character-focused drama, exploring what matters to your PC and why.

    Want to do the straight-up 'spook the living' game? Sure, no problem. Grab some Shroud-crossing Arcanoi and get...
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  • marin
    replied to Exigents in Autocthonia
    Well, 2e Infernal; Vance has said he doesn't see spectacular failure as the defining criterion for 3e Infernal Exaltation, though it could lead to it....
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  • Something really fucked up happened to their body - maybe accident, maybe illness, maybe something they were born with. No-one knows....
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  • An example Incarnate Beast with a cult in the Player's Guide. The Fabulist created their Legend online via creepypasta, apparently because they had no other choice; little is known of what they're like in real life, but they appear to harbor a deep rage, a deep sense of betrayal, towards their physical body...
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  • Hm. Tricky, this one, since I can see both as options. If we're looking to emulate it being at odds with its host, I'd lean towards powerful sentient artifact... although, could a god end up copying their mind onto the Exigence?...
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  • marin
    replied to Exigents in Autocthonia
    They're still a thing....
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  • marin
    replied to List of Titans?
    Maybe. There's a bit in the Hero text that treats Fenrir as a Titan, used as an example of the Titans loosening their chains, but nothing else.



    Nezumo's a giant fish that causes earthquakes....
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  • marin
    replied to List of Titans?
    Prometheus, Surtr, Ravana, Fujin, Raijin, Nezumo, Ae-pungishimook, Apep, Isfet, Aten, Ao Guang, the White Eyebrow, Coyolxauhqui, the eldest Centzonhuitznaua and Tzitzimime, Cronus, Phoebe, Typhon, Rhea, Balor, Bres, Crom Cruach, Domnu, Elatha
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  • marin
    replied to Deviant: the Renegades
    Dave B cited Akira and Guyver as part of the initial inspiration list.

    Claymore occurs as an example for the Devoted.

    Cutey Honey hits the basic concept, being about a science experiment hunted by a criminal organisation who fights their forces.

    The main cast of Cyborg 009.

    The main character of Parasyte.

    Sana from Alice to Zouroku, although being a full-on reality warper she's rather more powerful than a typical Deviant.
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  • Answer as of the May KS update is no, since they largely didn't see a need....
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  • Secrets of the Ruined Temple concerns the long history of the Awakened's search for evidence of the Time Before, blasting a hole in the idea that there was a singular Time Before, a singular past the Awakened could find and uncover - the search is as much about the idea of the First City as anything else. It was powerful in shattering the idea of there having been one true Atlantis.

    Dark Eras Companion gives a possible history concerning the origins of the Frankenstein Lineage, and their connection to the Amirani, the Lineage who preceded them. It also has Princes of the Conquered...
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  • It's in What Fire Has Wrought....
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  • The Caul preview in The Realm, released during the DB Kickstarter, has the Black Lion leading armies of lionfolk against the Realm's fortresses on the Caul....
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  • marin
    replied to Contagion Chronicle book
    Next is Fetch Quest (Pugmire card game), but Geist looks likely to be the one after that....
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  • marin
    replied to Dragon Blooded Kickstarter starts on the 27th.
    Not up yet. Onyx Path are going to eventually send out an email asking DB backers to fill out a survey on Backerkit (whether there're reward tiers you'd like to see in future Kickstarters, what name you want to have in the backers list, etc.). It'll allow you to change your pledge and add things you missed in the KS, as BrilliantRain says,...
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  • Last we knew in the original run, the keremet took the souls of those the sidhe replaced to Arcadia.
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  • The best way to describe it, for me, would be that Aberrant is an attempt to explore what could happen if people with superpowers started appearing in the near-future. Supers as celebrities, supers as mercenaries, supers as aid workers, supers as technological innovators, supers as supremacists... the various ways people with superpowers might engage with the modern world.

    (The concept is a strand of supers media that's developed more in the years since Aberrant first came out.)...
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  • marin
    replied to Ask a question, get an answer
    No. Ex3's starting over from scratch, and much of what applied in past editions no longer holds. There're some nice easter eggs if you're familiar with what's gone before, but nothing you're required to know....
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  • marin
    replied to Ask a question, get an answer
    At the moment, all you'd actually need would be the Ex3 core... but it clocks in at almost 700 pages....
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