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    started a topic Gen Con 2017

    Gen Con 2017

    Any other Changeling fans going? This'll be my first Gen Con — super excited!
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  • If I recall correctly, changelings can soak only chimerical lethal normally, but may soak both chimerical and mundane lethal after calling upon the wyrd.
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  • The new Changeling anthology has a short story about that very thing. It's a wonderful read!

    I don't think there's any official answer, but I could see a number of plausible ones — the person is enchanted and it's the same as any other mortal, the person is enchanted and has strange side/after effects, the enchantment jumpstarts the Chrysalis.
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  • Ah, gotcha! Yeah, I can see that. The person isn't truly a changeling until their fae half awakens.
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  • Um, the example I gave was about sidhe oaths to houses persisting. House membership is usually one of those things that's central to a character and has a big impact on the story.

    Likewise, as Possessed says, the Ancient Oaths flaw is also something that's going to come up in a story. In fact, by taking the flaw, you're essentially telling the ST, "hey, this is something I want to be a plot point."

    I'm not sure about oaths laying harmlessly dormant until a changeling remembers them. I like the idea of a changeling returning to some task, lifetime after lifetime...
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  • Book of Freeholds, assuming the section doesn't get cut, briefly touches on oaths and reincarnation.

    My personal thought on the matter is that most oaths sworn since the adoption of the Changeling Way don't persist between lives. Each life the fae leads is a new, unique changeling. The oath only applies to the individual who swears it, and while the fae half of the individual persists, the unique person who swore the oath ceases to be when she dies. This isn't to say oaths can't be crafted that persist between lifetimes, but I'd imagine they wouldn't be entered into lightly.
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    Last edited by PookaKnight; 06-27-2017, 08:44 AM.

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