Wakshani wrote:Now, on to archetypes, first, a general question... what sort of ratio do y'all prefer between Core Earth locals and other cosm folk? Say you get 16 archetypes per cosm book, of those, how many should be CE and how many shouldn't? In *general*, mind you. Obviously there are corner cases.
Second, do you think there there's one or three that got missed? "How can you have Aysle and not give us (blank)?"
Lastly, I'm always thankful when something neat gets in there, like the Seeker, to remind me that, hey, not Generic Fantasy Realm, but *Aysle*, you know?
Each Cosm is going to feel different, but for a math floor, I would like to see 33% Cosm Natives, 27% CE→Cosm Transformed, 18% CE Natives, 20% Cosm→CE Transformed, with the last 2% as Weird...
2nd, I am still upset no one made Gervase. I thought for certain that an Edeinos Transformed with "his magic potential released" who focuses on helpful/healing type magic would be a shoe in.
The other Archetype I thought belonged here was the Neopagan...the Core Earther whose family has been blending magic and faith for centuries, starting with both Miracles and either Spellcaster or Psionics
Zackzenobi wrote: Although, it's a lightning bolt. There has to be a Storm god somewhere in Egypt right?....
Set (Seth, Suetekh), is generally considered the God of Storms...not exactly a heroic basis. However, as your archetype is obviously post-Ptolemaic, Greek works fine in Egypt.