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  • Depends on what you are trying to kill. Are you trying to kill one thing? Probably not worth commissioning a Warstrider or breaking one out of cold storage. Are you trying to hold off an invading army of city-destroying antediluvian behemoths from another world? You need all hands on deck. Get every Champion you can in a Warstrider because you need numbers and coverage.



    Colossi are far more than just weapons. Colossi can be incredible in any area. Warstriders are deadly in battle, but I wouldn't use one for construction or agriculture.



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  • Probably the Charm, but the Charm accomplishes something different than the Warstrider. The cockpit Charm is going to take two of your assets and make them the same asset but more effective. The Warstrider will leave you with two assets: a Colossus and a Champion-piloted Warstrider....
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  • I think it's a pretty cool idea. It just looked like you were raining on your own parade there.
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  • Every nation has fewer Colossi than they have Champions and there's no way to hurry the conversion along.



    ​From a military perspective, the neophyte is almost as good as the elder. The role of the warstrider on the battlefield is as the tip of the spear, to smash into the enemy ranks as an unstoppable force, wreck havoc on a grand scale, and allow the ordinary troops to sweep in behind and clean up. Does an elder Exalt do that job better? Yes. Does an Exalt without a warstrider fill that role? Not really. They aren't nearly as invulnerable or nearly as devastating....
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  • Under 2nd Edition assumptions, an Alchemical doesn't turn into a Colossus until a hundred years have passed and only then if they can be convinced to move to a completely different scale of existence. Meanwhile, a Champion with a Warstrider is almost as good as having a Colossus, and they can be ready to go fresh out of the catalyzation vat.

    The Warstrider is also nearly imperishable, at least by 2nd Edition rules. Even heavily damaged, they can be up and running again on a relatively short scale. A Colossus, again, takes a hundred years and a willing soul.

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  • Kyeudo
    replied to Stories in the Labyrinth
    Well, it depends upon your concept for the Labyrinth and why you are there. Just navigating can be tricky. Particularly deep in the Labyrinth, you could end up trapped in a manifest nightmare from one of the Neverborn. There's also Hecatonkhire, the Underworld's equivalent​ of Third Circle Demons.

    Check my signature for my general take on the Underworld in 3rd Edition.
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