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From what I remember in the books, it takes being bitten with the vampire's Will to turn them is the only evidence I've seen beyond "John goes missing, Infected John is here in the next scene". Given the rather quick turnaround in Grave Peril I would say that the actual process takes as little time as the siring vampire desires, but they must be present at ...


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We Don't Know The entire Dresden Files series is rather vague on this point. Certain events within the series also make it unlikely to come up. Each of the Vampire Courts seemingly represents some subset of the modern interpretations of vampires. The existence of the more traditional Black Court and the hereditary White Court, as well as the use of the term ...


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I think a big one that's not explicitly called out in the rule book and hasn't been mentioned in the existing answers is intra-party conflict. That is, you should work out in advance with your players the extent to which their PCs should work at cross-purposes, and how they should deal with it. Some games, the PCs are all in it together and will always help ...


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Short answer: the first two sourcebooks (Your Story and Our World) reference events and characters up through Small Favor, and there's sprinkles of foreshadowing and hints for several things that happen later. The most-recently released third book (The Paranet Papers) covers up through Changes. Longer answer: The RPG books are written as though Dresden, ...


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According to the RPG's website archives, the RPG was released in late June/early July 2010. They probably finalized the text no later than late 2009/early 2010, before Changes was published in April 2010. This means that, assuming the RPG people didn't see Changes before the rest of the public, the absolute latest novel the RPG could spoil is Turn Coat. My ...


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The answer depends primarily on what type of veil is begin used. Thaumaturgy - The Mental Stress for a long term ritual veil will go away at the end of the scene in which it is cast. The power is released at that point and there is no reason for the wizard to be still stressed since the ritual is on automatic. Evocation - This is probably the more common ...



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