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comment Relative strengths/weaknesses of Undead and Fair Folk
@SevenSidedDie Well, a game I'm a part of might end up with a big "world war" between those three factions (undead/fae/demons). In order to plan our next moves, we are trying to figure out if a side is immune/resistant/weak to another side's powers or not. For example, as a player, I have heard things such as "Fae are good allies if you need to fight undead", but I have also heard "Fae are especially weak against undead", with no explanation on one side or another. So I'm trying to get a more definite, backed up, and clear answer on that matter
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comment Relative strengths/weaknesses of Undead and Fair Folk
Also it's not about just finding the entries, Exalted has a lot of weird interaction things (for example Sidereals charms, and who they can apply to and why) that requires more of a global knowledge of how the setting and its magic work.
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comment Relative strengths/weaknesses of Undead and Fair Folk
@gatherer818 Well, originally it was a question such as "what are the advantages/disadvantages of undead/demons/fae against each others", which was closed for being too broad, with the advice of making it three separate questions. So...
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comment Problems to look out for if you are a D&D group who play Fate for the first time?
@GMJoe Yup, good point!
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comment Problems to look out for if you are a D&D group who play Fate for the first time?
"Confusing Stress with hit points" I would argue that Stress IS Hit Points - but most people confuse Hit Points and damage. Hit Points also are "a measure of your ability to avoid lasting consequences from conflict"; when Luke is surrounded by blaster shots landing at his feet, or bullets are hitting the pole James Bond is hiding behind, they're losing HP - not just being missed, but getting closer from "real" trouble. Anyway, just a small pet peeve, great answer, +1 to you sir.
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