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13th Aug '17 1:38:55 PM SorPepita
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** The section from ''Return of the Scarlet Empress'' about confronting the Ebon Dragon in direct combat is entitled [[DeadAleWives Attacking the Darkness]].

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** The section from ''Return of the Scarlet Empress'' about confronting the Ebon Dragon in direct combat is entitled [[DeadAleWives Attacking the Darkness]].Darkness (from Dead Ale Wifes).



* SuperMeter: 3E's combat works kinda like Dissidia's. You have 2 types of attack: Withering and Decisive. Withering decreases your enemies' Initiative and increases your own, while decisive does actual health damage based on how big your Initiative is.

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* SuperMeter: Super Meter: 3E's combat works kinda like Dissidia's. You have 2 types of attack: Withering and Decisive. Withering decreases your enemies' Initiative and increases your own, while decisive does actual health damage based on how big your Initiative is.
13th Aug '17 1:08:29 PM SorPepita
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* RainOfSomethingUnusual: In the first edition, there's a Sidereal Charm that turns the arrows they shoot into...well, anything. Examples given include grain, fire, and snow. Of course, since mortal minds are incapable of noticing or remembering Sidereals, they can't understand what caused this 'rain'.

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* RainOfSomethingUnusual: In the first edition, there's a Sidereal Charm that turns the arrows they shoot into... well, anything. Examples given include grain, fire, and snow. Of course, since mortal minds are incapable of noticing or remembering Sidereals, they can't understand what caused this 'rain'.



** Every other [[spoiler: Incarnae has something like this: Luna gives out Knacks in addition to Charms, and the Maidens can hand out the same things the Sun does...in addition to unlocking the most badass Sidereal charms in existence and handing them to anybody they want. These charms are destructive enough that they were NEVER allowed to be used, not even during the Usurpation.]]

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** Every other [[spoiler: Incarnae has something like this: Luna gives out Knacks in addition to Charms, and the Maidens can hand out the same things the Sun does... in addition to unlocking the most badass Sidereal charms in existence and handing them to anybody they want. These charms are destructive enough that they were NEVER allowed to be used, not even during the Usurpation.]]



* RuleOfCool: Is implemented by the rules. Describing awesome actions, called stunts, is rewarded by bonus dice. Succeeding at these awesome actions also gets you Essence or Willpower, which allows you to do more cool things, which gets you more Essence and Willpower, which....\\

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* RuleOfCool: Is implemented by the rules. Describing awesome actions, called stunts, is rewarded by bonus dice. Succeeding at these awesome actions also gets you Essence or Willpower, which allows you to do more cool things, which gets you more Essence and Willpower, which....which...\\



* ScienceIsWrong: Averted. While the laws of physics tend to be...''[[RuleOfCool flexible]]'' in this setting, magic runs [[MagicAIsMagicA in a predictable, measurable way]] and there's nothing stopping you from [[{{Magitek}} combining them]].

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* ScienceIsWrong: Averted. While the laws of physics tend to be... ''[[RuleOfCool flexible]]'' in this setting, magic runs [[MagicAIsMagicA in a predictable, measurable way]] and there's nothing stopping you from [[{{Magitek}} combining them]].



* StupidSacrifice: In the First Age, the first [[AlwaysChaoticEvil Akuma]] Gorol [[TakingYouWithMe poisoned the Lawgiver who killed him.]] The Lawgiver's mate was unable to heal her, but Gorol told him that the poison could only be cured by the lifeblood of one's true love. He opened his own wrists to save her...and she later awoke, explicitly healed not by her Lunar mate's blood, but by her own power.

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* StupidSacrifice: In the First Age, the first [[AlwaysChaoticEvil Akuma]] Gorol [[TakingYouWithMe poisoned the Lawgiver who killed him.]] The Lawgiver's mate was unable to heal her, but Gorol told him that the poison could only be cured by the lifeblood of one's true love. He opened his own wrists to save her... and she later awoke, explicitly healed not by her Lunar mate's blood, but by her own power.
30th Jul '17 2:53:33 AM narm00
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* UltimateBlacksmith: [[GenderInvertedTrope A rare female example]], the Second Circle Demon '''Alveua, Keeper of the Forge of Night''' is summoned by mortals to be take back to hell, where Alveua lays them on her anvil and hammers them into a whatever they wished of her, a coin, a sword, a flask, etc.. and then will be returned to creation. Less scrupulous invokers can offer her a sacrifice for the same result, as long as sacrifice goes willingly and is not under mind control, [[MoreThanMindControl unless...]]

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[[GenderInvertedTrope A rare female example]], the Second Circle Demon '''Alveua, Alveua, Keeper of the Forge of Night''' Night, is summoned by mortals to be take them back to hell, where Alveua lays them on her anvil and hammers them into a whatever they wished of her, her - a coin, a sword, a flask, etc.. etc., and then will be returned returns them to creation. Creation. Less scrupulous invokers can offer her a sacrifice for the same result, as long as the sacrifice goes willingly and is not under mind control, [[MoreThanMindControl unless...]]]]
** The Third Circle Demon Ligier, the Green Sun, is one of the greatest smiths in existence, able to craft extraordinary wonders. However, his work requires priceless sacrifices, such as children's blood, the tears of a king, or the essence of treachery, lest hidden flaws enter the final product. He's able to forge things using his hands and his heat alone, though he prefers the aesthetics of his anvil.
23rd Jul '17 11:21:21 PM jboxingfool
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** Solars may also become [[UltimateBlacksmith Ultimate Blacksmiths]] through the Craft tree. High level ones can build a warship or raise walls around a city ''in a single day''.
23rd Jul '17 11:18:38 PM jboxingfool
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* UltimateBlacksmith: [[GenderInvertedTrope A rare female example]], the Second Circle Demon '''Alveua, Keeper of the Forge of Night''' is summoned by mortals to be take back to hell, where Alveua lays them on her anvil and hammers them into a whatever they wished of her, a coin, a sword, a flask, etc.. and then will be returned to creation. Less scrupulous invokers can offer her a sacrifice for the same result, as long as sacrifice goes willingly and is not under mind control, [[MoreThanMindControl unless...]]
23rd Jul '17 7:10:17 PM jboxingfool
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** The second circle demon Sigereth is known as the [[TheCulture Player of Games]].
9th Jul '17 3:46:06 PM psionycx
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* WritersCannotDoMath: A common problem whenever House V'neef is used as a part of some backstory. V'neef herself is only around 60 years old, which is extremely young for a Dynast and astonishingly young for the head of a house. It is very common for writers to treat her house as much older and larger than it is, a mistake probably fueled by the fact that V'neef's elder siblings and their houses are centuries old.
21st May '17 12:43:30 PM nombretomado
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** The chapter 7 comic in the 2nd Edition Core book features an Abyssal talking to a skull who he calls [[WaitingForGodot Estragon. Subsequentally, he meets someone called Pozzo with his pet 'Lucky'.]]

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** The chapter 7 comic in the 2nd Edition Core book features an Abyssal talking to a skull who he calls [[WaitingForGodot [[Theatre/WaitingForGodot Estragon. Subsequentally, he meets someone called Pozzo with his pet 'Lucky'.]]
7th May '17 5:12:52 AM narm00
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* SuperMeter: 3E's combat works kinda like Dissidia's. You have 2 type of attack: Withering and Decisive. Withering decreases your enemies and increases your own, while decisive does actual health damage based on how big your's is


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* SingleStrokeBattle: Single Point Shining Into The Void, a 3E martial art, is based entirely off this trope. Solar Thrown also rewards alpha striking to really shine.


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* SuperMeter: 3E's combat works kinda like Dissidia's. You have 2 types of attack: Withering and Decisive. Withering decreases your enemies' Initiative and increases your own, while decisive does actual health damage based on how big your Initiative is.
1st May '17 2:38:16 AM bagga
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* SuperMeter: 3E's combat works kinda like Dissidia's. You have 2 type of attack: Withering and Decisive. Withering decreases your enemies and increases your own, while decisive does actual health damage based on how big your's is



* TakeThat: Black Mirror Shintai, an Ebon Dragon Charm in the Infernals hardback, mocks the infamously poorly-balanced Sidereal martial art Obsidian Shards of Infinity Style, calling it the closest any mortal has ever come to duplicating the Ebon Dragon's "principle of antagonistic cheating."

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* TakeThat: TakeThatUs: Black Mirror Shintai, an Ebon Dragon Charm in the Infernals hardback, mocks the infamously poorly-balanced Sidereal martial art Obsidian Shards of Infinity Style, calling it the closest any mortal has ever come to duplicating the Ebon Dragon's "principle of antagonistic cheating."
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