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Fire Born is RolePlayingGame by Fantasy Flight games that uses a system that centers around the players being reincarnated dragons

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!!The game can provide examples of the the following tropes

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''Fireborn''
is a 2013 Tabletop RolePlayingGame by Fantasy Flight games Games. It is set in the Victorian London that uses turned into a system locus for karma after a powerful ritual took place underground, and this also began to bring magic back into the world, starting from London. This has predictably led to the emergence of monsters, lurking just out of sight; however, it has also created a group of scions, the people who discover through dreams of blood and fire that centers around they possess the players soul of an immortal dragon.

Each player is a scion, and this means that they not only create the background of their character as a human, but they must also claim which of the legendary "sires" their draconic soul is most affiliated with. Since each player begins having just realized who they are, they still need to uncover much of their draconic memories, through seeking out objects that used to belong to the hoards of their dragon selves. Every time they do, the story shifts to a flashback, where you now act as a dragon.

This recollection is also no idle matter, since the aforementioned monsters that are
being reincarnated dragons

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reawakened by pools of karma beneath London are just as old as the dragons themselves, and were always bitterly opposed to them. Only through understanding their past can they learn how to combat them in the present.

''Fireborn'' is available on its official website [[https://www.fantasyflightgames.com/en/products/fireborn/ here]].

!!The game can provide examples of the the following tropes
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* GunsAkimbo: Possible, as seen in the promotional art above.


FireBorn is RolePlayingGame by Fantasy Flight games that uses a system that centers around the players being reincarnated dragons

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FireBorn Fire Born is RolePlayingGame by Fantasy Flight games that uses a system that centers around the players being reincarnated dragons


* BadassAbnormal: Considering you play a Reincarnated Dragon, this can apply to your character up to a certain point.


* OurMonstersAreDifferent: makes an appearance in this game as well
* OurSoulsAreDifferent is played every way to Sunday.
** Its Played Straight with the dragons

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* OurMonstersAreDifferent: makes Makes an appearance in this game as well
* OurSoulsAreDifferent is played OurSoulsAreDifferent: Played every way to Sunday.
** Its It's Played Straight with the dragonsdragons.



* ReptilesAreabhorrent: Once again the trope can be Played Straight, Subverted, Inverted and even just plain Averted depending on who you play with.


* YourMileageMayVary: Well, you do play Reborn dragons in HumanBodies.
** CharacterAlignment: This trope makes itself noticed in an unconventional way.
** UrbanFantasy: An interesting case for this one; while fantasy elements are in the modern portion of the game the Mythic Age is more of the traditional High Fantasy setting. So where does this leave this trope?

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* YourMileageMayVary: Well, you do play Reborn dragons in HumanBodies.
** CharacterAlignment: This trope makes itself noticed in an unconventional way.
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UrbanFantasy: An interesting case for this one; while fantasy elements are in the modern portion of the game the Mythic Age is more of the traditional High Fantasy setting. So where does this leave this trope?


* OurSoulsAreDifferent is played every way to Sunday

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* OurSoulsAreDifferent is played every way to SundaySunday.



** At the same time it is Subverted and Averted with just about everything else in the game

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** At the same time it is Subverted and Averted with just about everything else in the gamegame.



* YourMileageMayVary: Well you do play Reborn dragons in HumanBodies.
** CharacterAlignment this trope makes itself noticed in an unconventional way
** UrbanFantasy: An interesting case for this one while fantasy elements are in the modern portion of the game the Mythic Age is more of the traditional High Fantasy setting. So Where does this leave this trope?

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* YourMileageMayVary: Well Well, you do play Reborn dragons in HumanBodies.
** CharacterAlignment this CharacterAlignment: This trope makes itself noticed in an unconventional way
way.
** UrbanFantasy: An interesting case for this one one; while fantasy elements are in the modern portion of the game the Mythic Age is more of the traditional High Fantasy setting. So Where where does this leave this trope?

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