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  • Ben Linus
    replied to Speculation: Dark Shards
    I know. But shifting the tribe to something that "you are born" rather than "you swear" does not lose all concept, tradition and culture. Still the same thing.

    The "covenants" would occupy the position of the Pure and Destitute, as sects. In the case he would use the Heresies as mentalities of the devotion legends of what created them and what work the werewolves as a whole must have, again replacing the pure and destitute.

    I like Shard because he only needs a small introductory text, five small sects texts and 5 lists with 5 gifts in each....
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  • Ben Linus
    replied to Speculation: Dark Shards
    The choice of a lycanthropic tribe (in the sense of disease transmission) sounds more interesting to me, than all of them are like that.

    But if I have to choose I prefer the adaptation of the Covenants system, so that the Tribe is the wolf ideology and the Human Covenant about the condition and the tribes gain archetypal aspects. You are born into the tribe and choose the covenant and have a sign about when it has become.

    But I think we can have both.


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    About Mummies as Latino I have an interest in representing...
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  • Ben Linus
    replied to Speculation: Dark Shards
    It's a book about scenario customization alternatives. Alternative versions of Templates are something much more usable in this respect than exotic alternative scenarios. In addition most basic changes still maintains the same atmosphere and creates elements for audacious tables have given a varied....
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  • Ben Linus
    replied to Speculation: Dark Shards
    I expect to see alternate template configurations. Of the "what if the return ritual was done elsewhere?" Interesting concepts that the gaming public wants, but that can not be added to the games soon we would have.

    - Inca and Chinese Mummies ("What if the return ritual was done elsewhere?").
    - Werewolves associated with Covenants ("And if the Heresies supplanted the war of Pure and Destitute?").
    "What if the God-Machine was Mara?" Or if Beyond the God-Machine there were the Christian Logos with their Angels and Demons?
    "And...
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  • Ben Linus
    replied to Inferno: 2nd Edition
    The subject is still very current. Should I have created a new topic?

    Universalizing something requires care for the interpretation of what is not circumscribed and therefore the "universalism" is forced. The Crone Circle is an example of a pseudo-universalism that only interprets the old ones about a twentieth-century neo-paganism that has nothing to do with Ancient Polytheistic traditions, even because these traditions are distinct enough for eg Politeismo Indo-European differentiate itself more from the Meso-American than Christianity. And Crone's Ethos is just poor modern...
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  • Ben Linus
    replied to Inferno: 2nd Edition
    In addition to the Goetic Demons and the derivatives of the Christian tradition we have two more types of demons.

    The Specimens of East Asian Culture, whether in Buddhism, Shintoism or contrary to the Celestial Hierarchy, can be classified as another beast (as the Fairies and Vampires were dissociated from the Demons).

    And the Zoroastrian Demons, these can not be and they have nothing associated with falling into them. They are the fruits of evil and bring this in their essence to destroy order and creation.

    I think that Hell Second Edition should deal with...
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  • Ben Linus
    replied to News Hunger and Families
    The Sussuros do not mimic a Kitsune, do not seek to cause indirect wars and feed on it, destroying whole nations as in Ran of Akira Kusosawa, even with lies, feeding ambitions or seducing.

    The famines and fears I have mentioned are from before civilization to the present.

    The Eshmaki represent the fear of what the shadow hides that can hurt you. What I have quoted is a completely different fear, the fear of something that can manipulate the invisible world, that is of something that can control the superstitions and these to bring him indirect damages or even to control...
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  • Ben Linus
    started a topic News Hunger and Families

    News Hunger and Families

    Each book brings a new Hunger and Family. Which do you think would be next?

    One hunger I miss is one inherent in the legends of the Kitsunes, to inflict damage by indirect means using intrigue and gossip, something common in social climbers as well. When more precious than the conflict generated by the greater indirect intrigue would be satiety. Hunger for Intrigue.

    Some kind of Hunger that replicates Sucubbus's tendency to destroy the reputation of his lovers and Yuki-onnas lead their victims to give up their survival by resting, something like Hunger for Temptation...
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