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  • marin
    replied to Exalted, DriveThruRPG, and Black Friday 2020?
    So, now the DTRPG sale's hit, Exalted PDFs have a discount, but hard copy books by themselves don't.
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  • Yes, for the Pure. For the Forsaken tribes, it only looked at adding them as new Apocalypse tribes....
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  • Their C20 writeup focuses only on after their coronation, no mention of them being identical to the Eshu beforehand, so they get the Mantle of the Orishas Birthright (the Arcadian sidhe's Awe and Beauty/Unearthly Beauty), the Tale Craft Birthright (same as the Eshu), and the Native Soil Frailty (unique to them)....
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  • So, checking against the C20 Player's Guide, the red-linked ones probably aren't official for the tabletop game. No idea what they might have done with Mami Wata, or whether or not they actually are Water Inanimae. No official African kith concerned with heat, mirages, or thirst.

    2) Walking the line, I think. On the one hand, oba are their own kith in the C20 core, but on the other, still focused on serving as the eshu ruling body. No expansion of their role yet.

    3) The native fae of Australia are Spirit Beings. The fae of the Middle East are jinn (Capital-J Jinn includes...
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  • marin
    replied to Ask a question, get an answer
    In 2E, Solar/Adamant Circle, with a third purchase of Sorcerous Enlightenment of (Yozi) at Essence 5+....
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  • marin
    replied to Was Infernal Monster Style a “Demonic” MA?
    Ah, it's in Ink Monkeys.

    The relevant line in the Black Claw Style writeup is "First, like all demon-created Celestial arts, any demon of any circle may practice the style so long as the spirit satisfies all relevant trait minimums."

    The Infernal Monster writeup in Infernals implies the Solar akuma Gorol was the style's creator, and it's confirmed in the Ink Monkeys expansion charms, which means it doesn't qualify.
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  • marin
    replied to Was Infernal Monster Style a “Demonic” MA?
    Putting everything together...

    According to Manual: Infernals, non-Infernals learn Infernal Monster as a Celestial Martial Art, with no exceptions for demons. Going to Scroll of the Monk to see what MAs demons can learn, only demons Essence 6 or above can learn Celestial Martial Arts.

    (Infernal Monster was a 2E creation; there's no 1E version, and any 3E version has yet to be introduced.)
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  • marin
    replied to Your Headcanon
    Vance raised the idea the Yozis lack the knowledge to make Exalted of their own, and even if they did know, would be worried about what exactly diminishment would do to them. (Just because the Incarnae were able to doesn't necessarily mean anything else they created would be able to.)...
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  • marin
    replied to Ask a question, get an answer
    They mean outcastes that get adopted into the patriciate and form households around themselves (WFHW, p. 103)...
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