Never in my wildest dreams did I think the biggest criticism of What Fire Has Wrought would be me being tough on Legend of Korra. :P
(which, I should be clear, I still love)
Ledaal Kebok Coren has been a demon-blooded dragon-blood with magic demon storm powers since the 1e DB hardcover; material that claimed things like "You can't be a demon-blooded dragon-blood with magic demon storm powers because Exaltation burns those away!" post-dates her, and seems largely to have been written by people with oWoD experience who thought it was their job to stomp down on vampire-werewolf hybrid abominations and the munchkins who want to play them. This is Exalted, though, and Ledaal Kebok Coren has always been cool, so we're running with her.
(A given Exalt's powers are already so diverse there's no real harm in letting someone diversify a bit more, provided they're paying XP for the Charms. Also, "I make it storm when I'm angry" isn't super game-breaking.)
Originally posted by glamourweaver
Is playing a character like Coren something that will get wordcount when you get around God-Blooded?
Oh, definitely. If the God-Blooded rules don't let you play Ledaal Kebok Coren, then the God-Blooded rules are wrong.