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As much as I understand the desire to extrapolate from available information, I'm not sure it's gonna produce any results here that are anywhere near accurate. The two books have had very different life cycles.
Originally posted by TheCountAlucard
Hey, Vance, what happens if a Lunar kills someone or something they don't have the right Charms to acquire the form for yet? Is it lost forever, or can they assume that form after they finally get the Charm?
The only situations that might apply to are animals with Legendary Size or Minuscule Size. In those cases, you still take their heart's blood, you just can't shift into their forms until you have the appropriate Charms.
Originally posted by BrilliantRain
Are you guys planning to bring back the Lion Dogs, Celestial Lions, and Scarab Guardians from Games of Divinity?
I think of all three of them as things that still exist in the setting, but it's too early to make any promises about any of them getting statted up.
Originally posted by Nilihum
How does the Anima Banner interfere with disguises exactly? At glowing you get a -3, but does this apply when making the disguise roll? If so, why does it persist after the mark fades? Does it apply all throughout? If so why is it akin to "That's an Anathema disguised as the Vizier" instead of "The Vizier is an Anathema"?
You're correct that there's some incongruity between the anima banner penalty and the precise timing of the disguise mechanics. A reasonable alternative a Storyteller might employ is to have it give onlookers contesting the disguise a +3 dice bonus, rather than applying a penalty to the disguise.
People spent the entire run of 2e looking for fixes for the lethality/perfect problem, though. By the latter half of 2e, "Don't nerf perfects before addressing lethality" wasn't an admonition, it was a catchphrase.
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