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Searching using Correspondence is fine and it is what will be usually used. However mages have a lot of different ways to locate someone on map: Correspondence to actually search. It's mage's task to "see" the person in all the area he's sensing. Having some kind of connection to the person: Life, Mind or even Prime + some (usually lower than above) ...


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Of course. There are two main ways I've seen it done in a few different groups and with different paradigms. No matter the profession, there's the one's that include the power of blood in their paradigm such that Life 1, Correspondence 2/3. The difference between the Correspondence levels relates to the time it takes as with Corr2 the mage actually has to ...


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I played a detective in an OWoD game who could follow crime scenes back in Time until the perp was found (then track the perp on the map to find where they are currently). It was a few years ago, but I am recalling I used Mind, and Time to view the crime scene at the time of the crime to see the victim/create a mental connection with him. I would then ...


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The roll is a standard degeneration roll (a roll without the ability to spend willpower for a success), with a modified difficulty. Flaws often change the details of a standard roll to fit the context of the situation, and this is no different. You are excluding prey on your own; the moral basis of your path does not dictate that you exclude prey. It is ...


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You can, but it'll take some work on your part and that of your fellow players. There are many wraith powers (called Arcanoi) that allow wraiths to interact with people in the living world: Embody: Most direct, it allows you to be heard and seen across the Shroud and even at high levels become manifest and solid. Puppetry: Next most direct, this lets you ...


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Yes, this is possible. All old WoD games are based of the same ruleset. Using multiple books is somewhat of a challenge because normally, all factions dislike and/or hate each other. The power level also varies. Maybe power level is not the correct word, I'd say the "squishyness". You cannot assume one books character will withstand as much punishment as ...


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Sure you can.. but only if your GM is up for it and it fits with his adventure plot line. i think the best way to approach this would be to have a good backstory to your wraith and also to lend him the book so he can read about it.


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I think you really have to work with your group on this one. Perhaps one of the Kindred is a Gangrel hoping to learn a secret to Protean because you keep going gaseous, or you have a Stargazer Garou that thinks you have a link to a lost Cairn. Either way, WoD tends to pit everything against each other for being different abominations against their ...


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I always though seekings as an improvement of the character. The Avatar will put the character to the test, and if he is worthy, his knowledge of reality will improve. This is kind of the header for all the ideas and seekings I have narrated in the past. I'd like to start with the five W: Who? The focal point being that the character and his Avatar will ...


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I have run Mage the Ascension in a variety of games, Mage exclusively or in crossover with other WoD games. I've had some two Seekings in the past, and recently three more, therefore I believe I'm qualified to give an answer. Unfortunately there is no short version of it. Success and/or failure It is a viable idea to ask the player to wager their XP on a ...



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