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comment How can Blood Potency 0 creatures heal Aggravated Damage?
Perhaps you should clarify the question then. Because you suggested that they could be half-vampires (ie partly alive). Failing that I think gruszczy has given a suitable answer. Really, common sense prevails. What ever works for you in your world setting. Remember the golden rule, "change the rules if they don't work for you."
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comment How should a GM deal with sexuality in an RPG?
This is what I do, cut away, let the players fill it in with their imagination (it is roleplaying after all). @Wilmanric - I think this is spot on. The more interesting outcome of sex in RPGs is how it influences the ongoing story and the impact on player characters over the details of who and what...
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comment As a man, how can I roleplay a woman better?
A good point, and agreed. I lighten my voice and go for a different tibre. Avoid Monty Python-esque falsettos all cost (unless for limited comedic effect). The same can be said for accents, actually. This is no Hogan's Heroes or Python's The Holy Grail!
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answered Are there any scenarios based on “Hound of the Baskervilles”?