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In the old World of Darkness game Changeling: the Dreaming, no specific banality rating is given for hunters (as in Hunter: the Reckoning). Is there a more appropriate rating than the standard human rating of 6–7? If so, what is it, and what is a lore justification for it?

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@Jeremiah: Why the tag edit? – Bill Ayakatubby Sep 18 '10 at 2:16
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I'd put the typical hunter at around 5. The insights of the Messengers provide enough of a crack in the perceptions of the Imbued that the possibilities of the Dreaming can come through. Also, on a game level, being able to interact with the Kithain without driving them into slumber is important for the hunt.

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