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  • Johnny Awesome I've been wondering how the Acamoth and its plot thread went over with your players. Did you get any interesting reactions?
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  • As a point of reference, the Nagaraja Legacy from Dark Eras uses Soul Jars as Yantras. When storing a Sleeper Soul, they're worth +1. When storing an Awakened Soul, they're worth +2. The book doesn't mention their value as Sacraments, though.
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  • Oh. Yes, that would settle it....
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  • He meant Sutekh, also known as Set. It's a god from Egyptian mythology. Both him and the Law of Suffering are references to Mummy: the Curse. Sutekh was said to defy the Law of Suffering, hence the joke....
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  • Slightly off-topic, but I feel the need to share this.
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  • Teatime
    Teatime posted a Visitor Message for GibberingEloquence
    + Influence (Purity). A stray thought: I imagine the Batter could undo a pandemic by finding the patient zero and bludgeoning them to death. Or heal trauma by finding the people responsible and giving them his "treatment". Perhaps you could add that using the Influence requires the Batter to kill someone.

    + Surprise Entrance. A valid approach. Personally, I liked imagining the Batter making use of its insane Composure and Resolve. Hiding in a cold cargo compartment on a ship or plane. Sitting still for days. Waiting...
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  • Teatime
    Teatime posted a Visitor Message for GibberingEloquence
    The Forums keep on eating my replies. I'll try to leave mine here:

    + Anchors. I would keep it simple, as you did at the beginning. Batter's emotional life is not necessary to grasp what he represents, and a lot can be said for keeping things streamlined. Having said that, I'm using Reighnhell's write-ups as a golden standard. You seem to lean towards detail.

    + Attributes. You have a compelling reason for Presence 5. Go for it!

    + Skills. I suggested Enigmas as a specialty for Investigation, not an extra Skill. I should have said "Puzzles", because...
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  • Teatime
    replied to Who Can Use Fetishes?
    I'm not sure what you're saying. Are you talking about Relics as seen in "Hunter: the Vigil" and "Reliquary"? Because Mummy uses the same term for something far more specific. Unless you mean that Relics (either type) are usable by anyone while Fetishes like Gridlock Puzzle work on Uratha only.

    In the latter case, you're right. It would be weird to let a Mage use the Gridlock Puzzle. However, Fetishes like Tracker's Lantern don't have such requirements of the user. Fetishes like Dawn Shard go even further and only require being displayed on one's person. If I ran...
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  • Teatime
    replied to Who Can Use Fetishes?
    Almost.


    Even though one of the writers confirmed that, I think the approach to crossover taken in "Dark Eras Companion" is far superior. In "Princes of the Conquered Lands" we learn that even though Mages and Mummies run on different metaphysics, they can use each others items - with caveats. The way Mummies use them is particularly interesting - they can use those Artifacts and Imbued Items that correspond to the Mummy's Guild and they have to whisper trade secrets to it, so the object "knows" what's required of it. I love the strangeness of it,...
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