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Kunit updated the adventure log post The end of Columbia
Tome of the Moon
about 1 year ago
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Edward_Evil updated the adventure log post The end of Columbia
Edward_Evil updated the character Zorander
Last Updated: about 1 year ago
Play Status: Completed
Okay voting for new setting is about to commence. Please post suggested sites and i’ll post the top three to be voted on.
Untill further notice, the game is being redesigned and will relaunch as something new. This will take place roughly one year from when the game came to its close.
Marvelous Trolling Vance
I really fucked up this one. Please come over this.
I ret-coned how things went down at the end of last session.
ya know, that’s probably what i would expect.
You forgot about Voltron, but I fixed it.
If anything is out of place please inform me.
Homebrew Rules for simplification and flavor
1. Well as stated the two “Unfortunate” Ruling Orders are The free counsel and Silver ladder. Both of which by population. Adamantian Arrows come in a close second, with Guardians dead last. The most common Path (over 50 percent of the population) is Thyrsus. This is primarily to due with the over all Resonance of the University in General.
2. Each House has its own view on how to deal with the supernatural in the area. They also have there own themes and goals, as well as Social norms and values.
3. To be honest, I honestly don’t think anyone except Elle’s character will be.
4. The Consillium discourages use of vuglar magic, due to most Meeting happening on University Campus. Those who are caught (mind you "caught) can receive up to three warnings.
the 4th will result in Banishment. Abuse of sleepers is also heavily frowned upon as well. Charges are brought up to the Board once a month. You can plea before the board, but magic use to persuade the board gets you exiled immediately. There has been case where there are some Flexibility. Such as unprovoked self Defence (but not to the point of murder), Stealing something back that you can prove that was yours, ect. Generally speaking though, The Consillium is Rather easy on its members but brutally quick on its gross infractions.
5. The Vast majority of the Consillium either go to school or actually work at the University of Missouri. Several Members of the Guardians are on the police force, with only one silver ladder member in a government position. The order that doesn’t have its own cabal house but shares other is the Adamanitian Arrow. There are currently 4 major Houses.
Mage the Awakening, pg 55
Consillium Ruling Council, enjoy the read.
and consider the following
1. Which Orders are in dominance? Either by sheer population, or by positions of power.
2. Are things in political upheaval? Is the Consillium pretty stabilized or are there new players jockeying for power? If they are jockeying for power, how are they doing it? Establishing a network of favors owed by various cabal’s, to be used at a later date, such as an upcoming election for a new Councilman, or possibly Provost?
3. Are your players linked to any people of significance in the Consillium? Do they have Allies or Mentors that could possibly be high ranking members of the Consillium? Things will get very interesting if it turns out a rival cabal has plans to overthrow the Thyrsus Counsilor (your PC’s mentor) by discrediting him in a scandal.
4. Which aspects of the Lex Magica (the magical laws) are emphasized in Seattle? Given the local setting what do the mages worry about, and what do they disregard as important?
5. What positions in the mundane society do the various members of the Consillium hold? Are they playing at Shadow Court in the local city government? Heads of the major corporations in the city? Or are they simply advisors and consultants to the people in power, whispering in their ears to insure the decisions made benefit the Consillium?
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