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After doing some research, turns out that Exalted: The Sidereals book has a good amount of information on unemployment in Yu-Shan, as well as how gods are affected by their domain changing size. So, all in all: Unemployed gods receive no Salary, nor are they entitled to their share of Quintessence Since there are "celestial edicts that mandate that every ...


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Mechanically they would probably have no specialized powers as they have no domain to draw a theme from. they might get Hurry Home, Materialize and other common god powers but without prayers they have next to no motes to use them. Prolonged lack of a job might slowly lower their Essence rating over the years and the psychological impact is harder to judge. ...


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The power levels of Undead and Wyld creatures vary too much to draw any concrete conclusions. the Undead go from Ghosts to the Neverborn the Wyld have Moppets to the Shinma. if two beings at equal footing fight it's up to the dice. Where they fight is another matter. In creation both have trouble regaining essence and the Undead feel the scorn of the ...


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That's about all that's explicitly stated but you can draw some mechanical implications from the fluff. Things without a Fate (Fair Folk, Undead, Autochthonians, some Yozi and Infernals, Etc.) seriously mess with the Loom when they interact with Creation. They cannot be seen with divination or other attempts to predict the future and any prophesy goes of ...


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It's from the book Masters of Jade (2e). Essentially, the great sages of the First Age intentionally set up a web of commerce that would function as a ward against Wyld - by circulating jade, iron, and silver, and by promoting constant interaction, it would tie all the furthest bits of the world together, and prevent any from breaking off due to isolation ...



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