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Reign of the Exarchs – “The Exarchs are real. The Dethroned Queen, cast out of the Heavens by wiser gods than she, proves they’re re. I turned each chapter of Reign of the Exarchs into a full-blown chronicle . Mage The Awakening: Spell Quick Reference (single page and. Reign of the Exarchs presents five separate adventures that create a may be mixed in with any existing Mage: the Awakening Chronicle.

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Yhe requires quite a bit of setup and is probably a bitch to run successfully — but damn, if it works the results should be awesome. Like new with only the slightest wear, many times indistinguishable from a Mint item. Lightly used, but almost like new.

Reign of the Exarchs

Last edited by Moinen ; You can doubt her existence, but doing so only proves your ignorance. Not without straight-up time-travel they can’t. So GPS coordinates which happen to be where the Ring is or anyone, for that matter. Very well used, but exwrchs and useable.

Close to perfect, very collectible. I’ve read Broken Diamond already. Originally posted by Satchel View Post. I’m about to start running a new 2e chronicle using this book.

The five scenarios can be run in any order except for the last one. Every item in our inventory has been inspected, very strictly graded, and bagged for its protection. The Stygians Ordo Dracul Mysteries: As long as they exist in a location that can be modeled by GPS, of course.


Rulling let’s you do things that can happen and bumping into somene is one reivn those things.

The nice thing here is that what the PCs do will have awakenint huge effect in what happens to the NPC, and followup results some of which are potentially very very nasty. Each of the scenarios is written by a different author and has a very different theme and plot structure. Well, you could always rip out a soul stone to create a demesne and then astral travel to get a change of scenery.

Are there any changes due to 2e that you would recommend? Like I said, I really liked this book. I expanded it to include an Heiromagus, and the PC’s are currently fighting against a cult that seems to have “Awakened Again,” such that their magic treats the Awakened Mages in the way that Awakened Magic treats sleepers.

Complete and very useable.

This book follows that premise, and I must admit here it works nicely; while the PCs encounter numerous followers of the Exarchs or at least, people who believe they are serving the Exarchs thw, there is never any direct proof that the Exarchs even exist. If excessively worn, they will be marked as “card worn.

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It’s what Fate does, you wish something and tadaa. Originally posted by Johnny Awesome View Post. First, the PCs have to claim the artifact, which probably involves a commando-style raid on a Seer stronghold.


The second scenario involves a friendly NPC ideally foreshadowed before thiswho starts behaving in a strange way. Poor Extremely well used and has major flaws, which may be too numerous to mention. I turned each chapter of Reign of the Exarchs into a full-blown chronicle made up of several stories. It really is that good. Reign of the Exarchs Mage: Last edited by Satchel ; Resident Sanguinary Analyst Currently Consuming: Tessie That’s a lovely vision.

Misremembered the progression for Other Arcana Max; Gawain’s still Gnosis 4, but without speculating on what the Seers’ Praxes would be we have to guess that Aiden would be spending extra Mana to use. Sure they can always eventually whittle his defense down, but he can keep putting it up and changing location before they can act on their ability to locate him.

The third scenario is easily me favorite here, but unfortunately I cannot say much about it here without spoilers. May have medium sized creases, scuff marks, very small stain, etc.