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You can find it on Page 78: Advantages: Members of the Legio Mortuum may purchase Resources, Fighting Style, Mentor and Retainer Merits at half the normal experience cost (rounding up). This cost break does not apply to the purchases of these Merits during character creation.


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It's such a great scene, and i guess there's two different aspects you might want to emulate: 1. Witty exchanges The Dying Earth Revivification Folio might be useful since it has a mechanism that encourages players to turn into banter-machines. Below I copied a short description from a review of the game "One of the best adjustments involves the ...


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Rules As Written The rules as written are abstract enough to simply reskin and (everybody join in) Describe, Describe, Describe!!! The obligatory "you can do it RAW" comment out of the way, on to... Mechanically Encouraging Description and Banter I'm going to pull a nasty trick out of the earliest versions in print... Tweak the target number! If all ...


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The Tools are There The Princess Bride scene is so good because it includes good banter, stylish moves, and good storytelling. You can capture those with the RAW system. The attack/defense rolls in WoD, especially nWoD, are very abstract. A basic attack with Weaponry could involve any number of weapons, wielded with a wide range of styles and flourish. ...


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How about them Stunts ? My first idea when I read your question was to suggest Feng Shui. Feng Shui rewards creativity in descriptions of actions by giving bonuses. But then I remembered : Exalted has that too ! They're Stunts ! Basically, Stunts reward creative description of actions by giving 1-3 bonus dice to your check for that action. 3 dice stunts ...


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Below are a pair of the rules that I have run in the past (cWoD) which worked fairly well. They are fairly simple and robust. Player enthusiasm was high when using them, and because the main action roll takes so many attributes, skills, and modifiers into account my players felt they were quite fair. Replicating the off-hand / main-hand issue is simple in ...


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To counter Jadasc's answer, the answer is yes in both versions of the game. Regenerating lost limbs/organs/fingers/eyes/etc is covered in Blood of the Wolf (p.18), costing a Willpower Dot and requiring an extended healing action (required successes based on the limb/organ lost). Also, while werewolves don't regenerate aggravated damage (i.e. get a faster ...



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