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  • - Will we have variations that will deal with immortality or longevity?

    - Can scars include the need to steal body parts to maintain their shape?

    "Do we have something that simulates a collective mind of a small-scale Borg queen?"

    "How would the Invisible Man and Dorian Gray be classified?" Did your books influence the game?
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  • Two clades that were quoted at the beginning and did not see in the last interviews talking are the Cyborgs and Amalgrams. Have they been in another clade, been suppressed or will they still be in the game?
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  • Deviants are considered Kin in the classification of Beasts? Or is it impossible to have Family Ties with them (as with demons)?

    Is it possible deviants to be conspirators (I am not talking about making other deviants, but about forming an organization of their own, unlike the purposes that created them, with some sinister purpose they think correct)?

    And that's my main question.
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  • Ben Linus
    replied to Nerfing Aggravated ([V20]
    I've used this rule for decades and never had any problems. I suggest a PlayTest.
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  • Ben Linus
    replied to Nerfing Aggravated ([V20]
    It's basically just splitting the pool of aggravated damage to other types of damage yourself.

    And I think it corrects bizarrices, like the vampire that survives a fire (7 Aggravated damage), months later, if you suffer a lunge you can die a match (1 of Aggravated Damage, only, after having received 7 Lethal damage).

    It is basically to consider that you do not mark damage on the soul above the body damage, but mark damage on the body above the damage on the soul....
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  • Ben Linus
    replied to Nerfing Aggravated ([V20]
    Is my text clear?

    What did you think of my solution?
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  • Ben Linus
    replied to Nerfing Aggravated ([V20]
    So I never take the force or hit data as part of the aggravated damage. This avoids the problem of Aggravated Damage Scaling (cheaply) per combo.
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  • Ben Linus
    replied to Nerfing Aggravated ([V20]
    I use a very simple solution. I count the aggravated damage completely independently of the other forms of damage, so that if you get an aggravated point of damage even if you have seven points of lethal damage listed on the tile, it will still have only seven lethal points and one aggravated. And I consider that one source of damage can produce two types of damage at the same time. For example the Claws of the Beast. They would cause data strength of lethal damage and two points of aggravated damage. This makes it impossible for one turn to have more than six points of aggravated damage, no matter...
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  • Ben Linus
    replied to Eastern Monarchs
    The mongois canatos are still Cainitas Monarchies, since we have more cainitas than Kuei Jins there.

    In spite of the fact that the Rus can be seen as the extension of the Red Kettle, nothing rules this area without the permission of Baba Yaga.

    I have a conception of 20 Monarchies. They will soon be put.
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  • Supernatural Beings (something like Kamen Rider Black) and Aliens Can Create Deviants?

    Is it possible for the emergence of Deviants Cults for some purpose or faith?

    How would classic characters in literature such as Griffyn (Invisible Man), Dr. Jekyll, and Dorian Gray be classified within the game?

    Can deviants arise without a sudden sharp event but by chronic exposure to edge science or the supernatural?
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  • Ben Linus
    replied to V6
    Have my ideas been understandable?

    What did you think?
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  • Ben Linus
    replied to V6
    Some ideas.

    - The new rule of humanity becomes standard for the characters newly embraced until the moment they choose a Road (which includes ancient humanity) following the rules of Dark Ages. Basically the new rule starts to prioritize tier 1 the old one for more powerful tiers becomes standard.

    - Of the changes of the panilha one maintains the new attributes, but if the nature returns and demeanor and the antecedents.
    Blood Resonance becomes a Background (actually two, one related to what feeds and another to how it feeds), they do not affect the disciplines,...
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  • Ben Linus
    replied to V6
    In fact the very proposal of this tropic is that it will be maintained even if a revision happens retaking much of the old rules.

    I likened "giving up" with "keeping totally as is" in terms of being divisive to community. We know that neither side will be chosen....
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  • Ben Linus
    replied to V6
    Specific Facebook groups for the fifth edition are much more echo chambers than the official forum. If you get facebook as a whole, the generalist groups about vampire and wod you will find a provision against the fifth edition much larger in proportion than here included.

    Incidentally the notion that the product was so well accepted that abandoning it would be more divisive than having alienated the old fans is a thought that can only spring from an echo chamber....
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  • Ben Linus
    replied to V6
    On the discussions here, notice that most of them did not like the changes. And the sales are not so ideal that the publisher had to pass the product to a licensed third party.

    And a change from V3 to V2 would be much less traumatic and would give a lot more money than the V5 was made overestimating the cross-platform....
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  • Ben Linus
    replied to V6
    This is the same argument that people have the third edition and they did not have to complain about Requiem replacing Masquerade. When in fact the publisher decided to completely alienate its public not developing its product and creating something that does not communicate in anything with the previous editions taking from the faithful public its product again that will not have development while this substitute badly done (because it does not even have rules and systems that justify it).

    Very few players would abandon the boat if the V6 ignored V5. Already the V5 and a continuity...
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  • Ben Linus
    replied to V6
    Disregarding the rules of this edition would be far less divisive than this edition was.

    And even less so if the current rules are revised so as not to alienate the old ones.

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    And rules that do not communicate with the scenario, are rather broken rules mainly when they are not alternatives, but base systems present in the token....
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  • Ben Linus
    replied to V6
    It is not a simple matter of taste.

    The changes affect rules that they have not thought of before. For example Domination loses its main limitation. Not to mention that various styles of play are made impossible and the table game does not communicate with the scenario and what the NPCs do, making the table a little alienated to the scenario itself....
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  • Ben Linus
    replied to Eastern Monarchs
    We got the Voivoidado too.

    Who would be the Voivoides of this Voivoidado in its totality?
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  • Ben Linus
    replied to Eastern Monarchs
    Hardly the Old Clan would have the power to impose a Monarch. He could impose a prince.

    I imagine for example the Crescent Midnight is not the Monolith that the Europeans think and that Egypt is controlled by the Setita Sertempenre.

    Part of Russia would have been with Baba Yaga, who at that time (like later tricks with Durka Syn) was heavily involved in politics as opposed to the anti-social devouring monster who controls everything by other means that came to be in the future, probably being a Monarch .
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