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  • Truefriend, Antiquarian, Manikin, Treasured, Farwalker, Bloodbrute, Witchtooth, Chirurgeon.
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  • "Per dot" means when you go up a dot you pay that many experiences. So 3) a dot costs three experiences, flat. To go from Celerity 2 to 3 costs three experiences. To go from Celerity 3 to 4 costs three experiences. To go from Celerity 2 to 4 costs six experiences.
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  • They're not mentioned in the 2e Geist core. That's not necessarily the same as saying they've been excised – Belial's Brood is not in the 2e Vampire core, but the Pledge to the Worthless One in Secrets of the Covenants seems at least a nod that the idea is still out there. And the addition of the Keys of Disease and of Chance provide the presence of at least one key resonant with each of the old Thresholds.

    They've certainly been deemphasized, but well, for how up front they were in the splats in Geist 1e, there wasn't actually much there written about them. They got a more substantial...
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  • The only real things that stand out to me, honestly, are the Predatory Aura replacing the more overtly violent Predator's Taint (meaning that poor lick in the coffin Frances freaked out and killed no longer fits so easily), and Mage 2e's refocusing of the Supernal Realms not as an impossibly distant and more perfected world, but as the conceptualization of truth and living symbols layered over the phenomenal world, being what is perceived through the Mage Sight. Everything else I can think of is mostly details (Mage 2e slightly redefines a couple of lexical terms) or added context that can stand...
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  • The primary means for a demon to identify supernatural beings on sight, without having to innovate near-field gadgets, is the Aura Sight form power. Your form power choices are limited, and activating it is visibly unnatural, but it will distinguish characters with supernatural auras from ordinary humans and from each other. (E.g., you can look at a mage and at a vampire, and tell that they are both supernatural and are of different types of one another, but you don't automatically know that the one aura means "wizard" and the other means "dead and drinks blood." If you then...
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