Fomorians vary wildly in Irish mythology. Some of them just seem like brutish thugs with minimal intelligence, but others can be beautiful and quite sophisticated. Heck, a few of the Tuatha actually married a Fomorian or two. Brigid being probably the most notable. (It should be noted that it wasn't a particularly HAPPY union, in most cases.)
I'd say you could easily justify an intelligent, business-savvy Fomorian....
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I'm always in favor of story options that involve Scions potentially being captured and used as some kind of commodity by a shady organization. It's kind of a modern spin on the classic "Captured by a monster that wants to eat you" story.
Depending on how they work when we finally get to see them, you may want to include Sorcerers in Cicada's ranks. They're supposed to have some kind of ability to steal power from the gods, so if any mortals can figure out how to capture and exploit Scions, they're the prime candidates.
The only criticism I may have? Cicada?...
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I was quite impressed.
Like you, I can't fully judge the Fatebound Roles until I have a better understanding of the overall system, but the content was interesting, nonetheless.
Prophets and Cassandras are very interesting, and I'm very eager to learn more about other Paths, like Saints, Sorcerers, and the like. I especially love that they added the rule that Scions and other mythic creatures aren't susceptible to the Cassandra's curse of disbelief. If literally EVERYONE refuses to believe them, then Cassandras are really only usable as objects of pity in a tragic...
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