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  • This would depend upon your chronicle and how much Mage vs Mage you have going on, but all of those relinquished spells could easily turn into a big 'kick me' sign for any Seers wandering by. If you didn't veil them they will even set of Peripheral Mage Sight.
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  • Your problem with the Archbishop from Damnation City is that he was written up to be a source of conflict to drive a story, not an ally or role model, just like all of the other examples of potential Princes. This is a problem with World of Darkness and Chronicles, they are written up to be dark and often forget that you need points of light to emphasis the darkness.
    If you want the Lance to play a role that isn't solely hostile, a threat to your players, then focus on them from a different angle.
    The Lance wants you to join but they aren't going to force you, after all borrowed light...
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  • 2ptTakrill
    replied to NPCs Reasons - Small Town
    Maybe he is looking to make a movie or TV show, he might think this town or area would be a good filming location. He could even be focused on a nearby island easily reached from this port.
    Again the question of how long term he intends to live there comes up.
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  • Start a Crusade. Tell your players that the Lance is fighting a secret war in the streets and they will be cool.
    This works even better if you provide them an enemy that your players will want to fight, as opposed to just the Crone.
    VII, Belial's Brood or the Strix for example.
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  • This doesn't have to happen on a global scale, or anything else that attracts the attention of Exarchs and Archmasters, it could be happening in an isolated town or just a borough. It also doesn't require genocide and death, many communities have driven out the 'undesirables' through other means. Boston Unveiled has a neighborhood where bankers worked to drive out the Jews for example.
    This could be an excellent distasteful act of hubris taking place within the Concillium as part of the Pentacle (perhaps even an entire order caucus) tries to create a 'pure' population as an experiment...
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  • 2ptTakrill
    replied to NPCs Reasons - Small Town
    Perhaps it would be best to come at this by asking yourself what resources you want your future hero to have access to. Decide what you want him to be able to throw at your characters and then pick an investment that would provide access to it.
    Someone investing in a large construction project will have access to heavy equipment and maybe even explosive material.
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  • 2ptTakrill
    replied to NPCs Reasons - Small Town
    Are we talking about permanent residency or only temporary until he gets his investment going?
    Does he have young children or is he single, living for the deal?
    How old is he, still chasing his future or looking for a nice legacy?

    If the bay is deep enough he could be looking to set up a private company dock where his ships can pick up and off load cargo without having to compete for space at a larger port.
    Perhaps he is setting up a sight seeing charter boat service and needs a home port.
    If there is a large enough local population, especially one with fishermen...
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  • 2ptTakrill
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    Power or communications, both have facilities in small town areas that support a much larger population nearby making them worth big money.
    If your investor is very successful, especially if they are older, then maybe they move to this small town as an escape from the hustle and bustle of big city business. They might hold peace and quiet to be valuable enough.
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  • I created the same legacy in first edition and have played with recreating it in second, only I based it on the natural paradigm of predator and prey. In my version the founder spent his Awakening being pursued through the Primal Wild by an inescapable beast, one he couldn't hide from only out run. He came away from this with the realization that survival depended on your ability to outrun your food or that which is trying to make you food.
    For a yantra I duplicated the Adamant Arrow merit that allows you to use an Athletics skill check.
    The oblation was, of course, running even if...
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    Last edited by 2ptTakrill; 10-19-2018, 01:52 PM.

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