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  • I literally got my email within the last five minutes. I wouldn't be deeply worried yet....
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  • In this world, is the destiny of mankind controlled by some transcendental entity or law? Is it like the hand of God hovering above? At least it is true that man has no control; even over his own will....
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  • Dallas area, name is smack dab in the middle of the alphabet. No word. Mine had an add-on, however, which might be delaying things.
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  • Mockery
    replied to Constructing the North in 3e
    I don't have Aspect Book: Air anymore, but I want to say that Arada comes to the conclusion in there that his forces were deliberately put into an inefficient meat grinder position to weaken the house.

    I'm personally inclined to go with the more drastic loss: the Great Houses we have now weren't always the ones that were there, and I suspect that V'neef and Tepet are deliberately there to mirror each other: a new house on a potential rise to greatness, and an ancient house that's gone from perhaps the greatest among its peers to wasting and dying in an eyeblink of the Realm's hi...
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  • Mockery
    replied to Abyssals and Gods
    Oh hell no. As far as I can gather, being a good Immaculate more or less means sitting down, shutting up, knowing your place, and serving appropriately. While a work of second edition, I do remember a moment of enlightenment in reading the introduction to the Thousand Correct Actions of the Upright Soldier, which extols the virtues of being one among many, of eschewing personal ambition in service of the greater whole.

    You can't reduce people to figurative cogs in the machine, but the Immaculate Philosophy certainly tries its best to lionize just that with good reason: soldiers (and...
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  • Mockery
    replied to Historical Cleaning Methods?
    As a side note since I haven't seen anyone else mention it: I've heard these referred to as luffas/loofahs here in the US, although at least as often I see it applied to artificial scrubbers emulating the coarse loose mesh of the fibrous structure, rather than the actual fruit....
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    replied to Forum Game - What Does This Charm Do?
    Sidereal Linguistics -

    Communication binds and connects. With this knowledge, the Vizier uses a fact--any fact--to tie her fate to another's. The Sidereal's train of thought seems to jump and turn and ramble, turning a sentence into a saga which fate will inevitably interrupt: one or the other will be called elsewhere, a third party may change the subject, or disaster might strike. Regardless, the point of this convoluted narrative continues to bind the two, and the the Sidereal may take advantage of this, gaining 2 non-charm dice to track the target or investigate them until the...
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    replied to Kill Six Billion Demons
    I'd kind of interpreted it as a charm rather than an action figure, akin to a maneki-neko. Granted, a swimsuit demiurge might be a strange interpretation, but Gog-agog is kind of strange herself....
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  • Great. Sea what crappie trend y'all started?...
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  • This casts some shadows on the Eclipse Caste by association, first of all.

    Are you implying that the Deathlords are themselves Exaltations? If so, what would Happen if someone worthy find their remains?

    Finally, what would happen if the body were destroyed? If someone's ashes were scattered to the wind, does that free the Exaltation, if only de facto?

    Further, this means that any reincarnating Exalt might get very cagey around the Eclipse, especially post-Usurpation. Your current description suggests that it all happened in one night.
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  • Mockery
    replied to Tomb of Dreams now in Proofing.
    Come again? I know that the artist taking liberties with the writer's intent is how Hank Pym ended up The Wife Beater, but I wasn't aware of this one....
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