My group and I firmly consider the Autumn Court's Mantle (see Changeling: the Lost) to be both sub-par and insulting in its mechanical implementation, especially considering that Autumn, as the Court of sorcerers and mystics, has a Mantle that does not help them with either consideration. As a result, we wish to create a fix for the Mantle that will help Autumn live up to that reputation ("showing" to go along with the fluff's "telling") as well as place it on par with Spring, Summer, and/or Winter. So: Are the following changes to the Autumn Mantle on par, mechanically, with the other three Seasonal Mantles?
Mantle (Autumn) 1: The character gains a new specialty in either Empathy or Investigation as her connection to fear and mystery finds its first flowers.
Mantle (Autumn) 3: The character grows more adept at resisting sorceries of all varieties; she gains a +1 die bonus on all rolls to resist supernatural powers or influences (such as a Hedgespun poison or a vampire's dominate discipline). If one or more of her traits would be applied as a penalty to a power's activation, treat those traits as being one higher.
Mantle (Autumn) 5: The character is a savant of terror and sorcery, and Autumn's final blessing fuels both; she may spend an additional point of Glamour per turn, above and beyond the normal limits imposed by her Wyrd.