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- Mar 2009
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An odd Charm that I came up with [Exalted]
New Ebon Dragon Charm
Light Shrouding Shadow
Cost: 1m or 1m, 1wp Mins: Essence 3 Type: Reflexive
Prerequisite Charms: Loom-Snarling Deception
The Ebon Dragon is amaster of deception. Under his arguments, shadow can seem light. On purchasing this Charm the warlock chooses a possible anima. For example, he could choose a Dawn caste with a tiger totem, or a Fire aspect. This Charm can then be activatedon any tick in which he spends peripheral Essence. That Essence goes towards the selected anima, rather than his own. Thus, a warlock could appear to be a Dawn caste by flaring a Dawn anima instead of an Infernal anima, so long as he used this Charm whenever he spent periperal Essence. If the warlock's own anima would show at any level for any reason, then the false anima generated by this Charm is destroyed and the Essence powering it flares into the warlock's own anima, destroying the disguise. After puchasing this Charm, the warlock may spend one bonus point or three experience points to learn a new anima. Despite the similarity of this anima to what it mimics, the warlock does not gain the anima power associated with the anima that he chooses. A second purchase at Essence 5+ removes this limitation, so long as the warlock pays one Willpower and an additional mote for every action in which the power is activated. This does not permit learning Charms normally unavailable through a false Eclipse anima or similar.
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