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H E Christian Topography of Cosmas, surnamed Indicopleustes, or the Indian Navigator, has been preserved in two copies: one a parchment MS. of the tenth. (COSMAS THE INDIAN VOYAGER). A Greek traveller and geographer of the first half of the sixth century, b. at Alexandria, Egypt. Cosmas probably received. 1. TITLE: World Pictures of Cosmas. DATE: A.D.. AUTHOR: Cosmas Indicopleustes of Alexandria. DESCRIPTION: Much of the tone of medieval European.
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His work Christian Topography contained some of the earliest and most famous world maps. Around Cosmas wrote the once-copiously illustrated Christian Topographya work partly based on his personal experiences as a merchant on the Red Sea and Indian Ocean in the early csmas century.

His description of India and Ceylon during the 6th century is invaluable to historians. Cosmas seems to have personally visited the Kingdom of Axum in modern Ethiopiaas well as EritreaIndiaand Ceylon. While it is known from classical literatureespecially the Periplus Maris Erythraei that there had been trade between the Roman Empire and India from the 1st century BC onwards, Cosmas’s report is one of the few from individuals who had actually made the journey.

He described and sketched some of what he saw in his Topography. Some of these have been copied into the existing manuscripts, the oldest dating to the 9th century.

The Christian Topography of Cosmas Indicopleustes

He is the first traveller to mention Syrian Christians in kndicopleustes Kerala in India. He wrote, “In the Island of Taprobane Ceylonthere is a church of the Christians, and clerks and faithful. A major feature of his Topographia is Cosmas’ worldview that the world is flatand that the heavens form the shape of a box with a curved lid. He was scornful of Ptolemy and others who held that the world was spherical.

Cosmas aimed to prove that pre-Christian geographers had been wrong in asserting that the earth was spherical and that it was in fact modelled on the tabernaclethe house of worship described to Moses by God during the Jewish Exodus from Egypt.

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However, his idea that the earth is flat had been a minority view among educated Western opinion since the 3rd century BC. Cosmas is, in fact, the only medieval European known to have defended a flat earth cosmology, whereas it is safe to assume that all educated Western Europeans and almost one hundred percent of educated Byzantinesas well as sailors and travelers, believed in the earth’s sphericity.

Cosmology aside, Cosmas proves to be an interesting and reliable guide, providing a window into a world that has since disappeared. On request of the Axumite king and in preparation for this campaign, he recorded now-vanished inscriptions such as the Monumentum Adulitanum which he mistakenly attributed to Ptolemy III Euergetes.

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HERACLITUS SEMINAR / 67 Martin Heidegger and Eugen Fink 4 1 11 Translated by Charles H. Seibert THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA PRESS. Heraclitus Seminar by Martin Heidegger. Heraclitean Fragments A Companion Volume to the Heidegger/Fink Seminar on Heraclitus. this fundamental theme in Heraclitus’ thinking. For, while there is a tension between the multiple interpretations of Heidegger, Fink, and the seminar participants.
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Heidegger’s remarks In Martin Heidegger and Eugen Fink conducted an extraordinary seminar on the fragments of Heraclitus. Heidegger’s remarks in this seminar illuminate his interpretations not only of pre-Socratic philosophy, but also of figures such as Hegel and Holderllin. At the same time, Heidegger clarifies many late developments in his own understanding of truth, Being, and understanding. Heidegger and Fink, both deeply rooted in the Freiburg phenomenological tradition, offer two competing approaches to the phenomenological reading of the ancient text-a kind of reading that, as Fink says, is “not so much concerned with the philological problematic Paperbackpages.

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Lists with This Book. Apr 02, Dimitris Passas rated it it was amazing. Initially, the plan was for the seminar to expand semihar a series of semesters but this was never actualized. The reader has the opportunity to witness a live dialogue, conducted mainly by Martin Heidegger and Eugen Fink, one of the most distinguished representatives of Phenomenology, as well as the questions and observations made by the participants of the lectures.

The chapters of the book are categorized under a specific title, e. Thus, the reader is allowed to be more focused on individual themes of the Heraclitean Cosmology and is not confused in any part of the book. I think that this book is mainly addressed to Heraclitus scholars and it is far from being easy, the reader must have an extensive knowledge of the Heraclitean Fragments and their main interpretations as well as heracliths familiar with the characteristic Heideggerian language.

Nevertheless, it is a vital reading for those who have a special interest in the thought of the Presocratic Philosophers and contemporary speculative philosophy.

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Mar 02, Ecoute Sauvage rated it it was amazing. I liked the fact that Fink starts with 64 and not with 10, Heidegger gets much too abstract at times. The translation isn’t the best possible, but originals usually read better, so that’s no criticism of Mr Seibert who did a creditable job.

A masterpiece, in brief.

Aug 19, Shawn rated it it was amazing. This book is very difficult, and I wouldn’t recommend it unless you’re familar with Heidegger’s other accounts of the presocratic philosophers and also have a good knowledge of Heraclitus. Without the latter it would probably be tough to follow the twists and turns of Heidegger and Fink’s analysis, since a lot of it uses the Greek.

But Heraclitus Seminar is a really rewarding text if you can make your way through it. I’ve read this book twice and would benefit from going through it again.

I thin This book is very difficult, and I wouldn’t recommend it unless you’re familar with Heidegger’s other accounts of the presocratic philosophers and also have a good knowledge of Heraclitus. I think Fink’s proposed reading, of which this book primarily consists, successfully poses a very serious critique of Heidegger’s approach to Heraclitus and the presocratics in general.

A principal difference Fink maintains in his reading is the suggestion that we have no means of understanding Heraclitus with any measure of certainty, not only due to the separation of nearly 3, years but also because we are too far removed from the intellectual framework in which Heraclitus thought.

He wonders whether it makes sense to try and determine what ‘the matter of thought’ is in Heraclitus, going against the Heideggerian grain of the notion that the matter of thought is in fact present for us even now, and is to be found in what is ‘unspoken’ by Heraclitus.

Fink opts to follow the phenomena named in the extant Heraclitean fragments and see what they yield by virtue of their own content. This text definitely is Fink much more than Heidegger, although I would say that Heidegger’s compliance with Fink in many places suggests he doesn’t find the majority of Fink’s interpretations to be intrinsically problematic.

But as described at the beginning of the book and in places throughout, you are getting Fink’s Heraclitus; his interpretation is driven largely by ‘hen-panta’ idea, with emphasis on the fragments concerned with fire and light – whereas Heidegger openly says he reads Heraclitus via logos and aletheia.

So with these things in mind, this text is quite illuminating if you want an inside look at the nuts and bolts of how Heidegger reads the presocratics – in terms of methodology – but I’m not sure that much of its content is well-representative of Heidegger.

It’s unfortunate seminr his own Heraclitus text from twenty years earlier is still unavailable in English – but his short essays which contain the highlights from that text can be found in the Early Greek Seminat volume edited by Krell and Capuzzi. Aug 13, Mike rated it it was ok. Given that Heidegger is often considered to be at his best in the classroom setting not that Heidegget ever took a course from him, but this is from other 20th Century philosophers who spoke in awe of him and his unique teaching abilityI had high hopes for this book: Heidegger along with a philologist Eugen Fink leading a group of students in a discussion of Heraclitus.

Alas, it was not to be. Hrraclitus holds the floor for much of the discussion, thereby sapping much of my interest – who cares what Fin Given that Heidegger is heraclitsu considered to be seminxr his best in the classroom setting ueidegger that I ever took a course from him, but this is from other 20th Century philosophers who spoke in awe of him and his unique teaching abilityI had high hopes for this book: Fink holds the floor for much of the discussion, thereby sapping much of my interest – who cares what Fink thinks, let’s listen to Heidegger excavate his way through the text.

And much of Fink’s explication seems not to go very far. It starts with an interesting discussion of the idea of “lightning,” but then the bulb seems to peter out after a bit. Not only that, Heidegger seems to have trouble getting going. If anything, xeminar seems like Heidegger gets in his own way.

Case in point, Heidegger’s pomposity “shines” or “comes into the clearing” when he refers to himself in the third person several seminwr on p.

Fink, who begins with the lightning, is, as it were, struck by lightning. With what does Heidegger begin?

That the students and Fink cater to Heidegger’s whims and illeism shows his influence and standing, but it’s difficult not to laugh when you read that interaction.

And again, the book never shows Heidegger’s hand regarding Heraclitus, at least as far as I’m concerned. Perhaps I’ll need to revisit this book in the future, but here’s hoping Heidegger’s Parmenides book is better than this. This should really be a 1. Nov 13, Tony rated it it was amazing Shelves: Heidegger’s dialogic lecture style at its best, with help from Eugene Fink.

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Martin Heidegger — was a German philosopher whose work is perhaps most readily associated with phenomenology and existentialism, although his thinking should be identified as part of such philosophical movements only with extreme care and qualification.

His ideas have exerted a seminal influence on the development of contemporary European philosophy. They have also had an impact far beyo Martin Heidegger — was a German philosopher whose work is perhaps most readily associated with phenomenology and existentialism, although his thinking should be identified as part of such philosophical movements only with extreme care and qualification.

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Do istej miery aj je. Odkedy sa zrusil stat a zavladla anarchia, tak sa postavenie obyvatelstva o dost zlepsilo. To, ze to zlepsenie je horsie, nez sa mame my, je irelevantne. Oni si polepsili, oproti tomu, co tam mali predtym. To se medle znacne mylite, ten “kontext” dekani naopak velmi relevantny. Na dnesnim Menhetnu se Vam ankap bude provozovat znacne obtizneji nez na starem dobrem Vajld Vestu.

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To nie je pravda. A o tom, zda zbytek jsou blbci A to nam jak zmineno i v teto bibli stale chybi tech 10 procent a vesmes zrejme dost zasadnich, pce jinak bych to precik uz davno pochopil. Urzu samozrejme s nejakejma posukama hodlat nesrovnavam, nicmene nektere prvky jsou podezrele znacne. Zbytecne axiomy, chybne predpoklady, ignorovani reality, nepredikovatelnost vysledku, neoveritelnost, mlzici newspeak, nekorektni formulace, dogmata, booleovska logika, generalisace.

Jiste, ne vsude; jen tam, kde je to potreba. No a LBNL – o vire se nediskutuje. Priznivcem zustanu, ale mozek si zatim prece jen ponecham vlastni.

Ale teda rozebirani se mnou muze byt ponekud obtizne. Ja mam spatnou tu Co znamena trzne, to presne nevim, ale urazi me to znacne. Ale anzto je to z desatera, jiste ma kazdy definici nastudovanou. Naopak tedy o ni poprosim ja Vas. Lidi se chovaji trzne. V ankape by platili obaja rovnako. Hele, ze Vy si tady ze me tropite? Jestli linearne, tak je ten Vas dotaz na palicu totalne. Nebo teda fakt nectete.

Jste-li zklaman, lituji; mne to ocitovane pripada padne dostatecne. Jedna myslenka byla primo pozadovana ovsem Vy ctete linearne, ja vim. Ruzny vyklad ano, jak se zrovna hodi – o tom prece pisu. Kam jste me videl mirit, to netusim. Jste-li tu od toho, pak klidne presvedcujte. Ze nemate mozek zcela vymyty, bude jen k dobru. Naopak, jak chcete Vy. Snad krasna, ale zcela nerealna utopie, odporujici lidske prirosenosti.

I teoreticky absolutne nestabilni, pricemz za cenu znacnych ztrat zkolabuje nejspis v neco jeste horsiho nez stat, byt i ten soucasny. Temer jiste zdrzeni obecneho pokroku, spise propad a degenerace.

Cileni na ankap dava prostor statnimu svinstvu.

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Cekkani, Vy jste mi nejak uklouz a ja kdesi vys marne siju do p. Mam za to, ze Urza to spis formuluje jako smenu dobrovolnou a oboustranne vyhodnou. S propracovanym kruhovym aparatem vyhodnosti. To je medle ono nz chovani trzni. Prestoze je jakysi obecny duvod doprat vyhodnost smeny i druhe strane, mnohem silnejsi je duvod doprat vyhod sobe.

V extremu za cenu libovolnych ztrat protistrany. To je zase chovani lidske.

Tim, ze se spolecnost ano, ti slabi brani chovani druhemu, se zvysuje jeji bohatstvi vodota uzitek ci co. Stat je v tomto pripade zrejme oblibeny multitool. A trch si fklidu trzi. Tento dusledek je podporen pozorovanim: Statisticky, rekl bych, bude celkovy soucet dobra u transakci oboustranne vyhodnych vetsi nez goxota tech, z nichz jedna strana vyjde s holym zadkem, pripadne nevyjde vubec.

U takto originalni myslenky jsem se ale nekde prehlednout mohl, cekaani jiste. Inu, kdybych to psal Vam, patrne bych smajlika pridal. Na druhou stranu, zenu pod rouskou noci bacit kyjem a odvleci si ji do vlastni sluje – jakkoli to jiste normalne fungovalo – mi moc trzni neprijde.

Ale pred zrakem tlupy, jo tam uz musel kazdy Kopcem pustit onacejsi chlup. U me dobry; kdyby byl komunikacni problem, uz davno klnu a sproste Vam nadavam. Tak pomalu a analogicky. Vyberte jedno sude cislo a pojdme je rozebrat. Argument v tom hledate skutecne marne. Mluvil jsem o Vasi citaci z meho postu.

A napsal to jako prase, to zas jo. Desatero je v prenesenem smyslu soubor zakladnich pravidel.

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Na poctu nebyva basirovano, vetsinou ale nejaka existuji. Oficialne je neznam taky, patri godoota do tech Urzou utajovanych deseti procent. Postizenym vsak byva prislusne desatero znamo.

Neprustrelny argument by Vam snad mohl stacit jeden, Vy lisaku, ale ani to zatim neslibuju. Ale par jich tady zrovna testuju. Neni prechod, neprirosena, nestabilni, spatne koncici, degresivni, etatisticka. Dyk jste to vsechno zrovna kopiroval!

Tlupova zvizatka si na hierarchii potrpi. Studii nemam, oci ano. Prirosene a spravne nejsou synonyma. Nejsou-li sily zcela vyrovnane coz je predstava absurdnisilnejsi zerou slabsi, cimz dale sili.

Vyse zminene pozirani se v realu muze projevi treba jako obcanska valka. Zatim bych za ni asi nemenil.

Nevim, z jake dejinne sire se na to divate, ale zasadni veci jako treba rec, kolo, ohen, fet nebo zabijeni z pleziru asi fakt ne. Lec tato doba prostych muzu z lidu je uz jaksi pryc. Smajlika registruji, ale i tak je fascinujici myslenkova konstrukce.

Pan Vostal tu uz byl? Aa, uz ho vidim. Tak to znovu opisovat netreba, ten se vcera nemylil. Stat na ni samozrejme vidi. Respektive – at se nemusite dlouho trapit – prinejmensim by na ni videl, pokud by vycnivala.

Tudiz autocenzurne nevycnica a probiha hezky trzne. Btw, sousedska vypomoc je nejaka trzni smena? To to tedy berete hodne volne.

Pak se Vam tam jiste vejde i charita ci desatky a potazmo i flastry, dane a ostatni elpasa. To zni nejak podezrele Neni nad exaktni a podlozene informace.

Tak at to mame cele: Yet it costs dollars in Mexico. Mexican anti-venom is just tequila in a syringe. Tak jasne, Silvestr Vas ponekud omlouva, ale zase pozor, aby Vam to pak nezustalo.

Znate to, jak na Novy rok, tak po cely rok. I pres libovolne promile je snad evidentni, ze muzete-li si nastavit jakoukoliv cenu, pak je regulace malo. Ja myslim, ze bez statu by to bolo extremne tazke, a skor nemozne.

Ano, v prostredi regulovanom statom, kde sa nan kazdy spolieha. Dalej by existovali nezavisle autority, ktore by overovali tvrdenia, ktore poskodzuju inych atd. Bez statu by boli ludia daleko obozretnejsi a rozhladenejsi. Ano, v manipulacii s ludmi, co sa od malicka spoliehaju na stat to staci.


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With valuable research, thoroughly executed, Cross provides a much needed overview of some of the historical concerns and commonly misunderstood processes that have emerged with regards to the relationship between design and science. Throughout conducting his research Cross mentions how he found it alarming how previous research and the actual practice of design indicated no clear goal of what it was trying to achieve as a valuable sector Cross, N.

Cross aims at building arguments accompanied by clear evidence surrounding the theory of designerly ways of knowing. Experimental- laboratory-based work, theoretical reflections and various amalgamations of previous work from various researchers have lead Cross to compiling that which is necessary in creating a traceable thread and layout of sound criss, backing the thoughts and concepts read within each carefully titled chapter. In my view, upon research compiled within the Designerly Knowwing of Knowing, one can merely state that since the publication of this book, the field of study has grown considerably, as both design education and design research have developed together into a new discipline of design.

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The Ascension is an “epic storytelling game of reality on the brink” created by White Wolf and set in the Old World of Darkness. Unlike most of White Wolf’s World of Darkness gamelines, Mage centered not on stereotypical horror movie monsters mostlybut on the force of “magic” and the various people who practice it, from mad scientists to angry druids to stereotypical old men in beards and pointy hats, all of whom can do cool stuff by punching reality in the balls.

The innate problems of being a White Wolf game aside namely, the design team’s obvious sympathy with the 90’s-counterculture vs. You’re an arrogant dick who got a hold of God’s power tools! Now what’s stopping you from Wingardiam Leviosaing some skirts and summoning succubi to worship your tiny manhood?

Well, while magic is cool, it only works well when no one can see you do it. Like all awesome things, the moment you try to show off to impress your friends, it backfires on you. Since reality functions on Consensus whatever is believed by the most people is “true” in MtAand since doing most magic involves at least swimming against the currents of reality a little, flagrantly breaking the laws of what is commonly believed to be possible generates something called “Paradox.

The moment an “awakened” Mage tries to throw a fireball in front of a “sleeper” an average personbad things happen. Backlash allows your GM to work out their sadistic streak and protect their special NPC at the same time, turning a fireball of plot derailment into an exploding lighter that sets your character on fire. On a good day. On a bad day, all of your character’s futuristic prosthetic organs fail when an NPC so much as glances at them.

Then they explode and set your character on fire. Paradox backlash wasn’t as severe during periods where superstition and belief in the supernatural were more common, but became increasingly difficult for mages as technomages pushed their own form of Enlightened Science on the masses as being “true”.

To avoid Paradox, mages and technocrats develop methods to avoid the effect. Of course, a fireball in public would be Paradox rich as hell unless humanity collectively believes humans can cast fireballs at willbut it would be far less dangerous if, say, said mage caused a gas main underneath their enemy to explode whether or not there was actually a gas main to blow up is immaterial.

The closer their magic is to consensual physics, the easier it is for your average person to rationalize, the less chance Paradox is invoked. As opposed to the mystical practices of most mages, the technomages of the Technocracy practice Enlightened Science magic with a digipunk coat of paint. The Technocracy has terminator robots and spaceships, proton guns that melt your face, bio-engineered superhumans, and cyborgs. It’s likewise important to note that the Technocracy has carefully groomed society to believe in their type of magic as being possible – and so, most of their effects can easily pass as not supernatural with magic that causes Paradox being strictly punished.

Said technologies, however, would NOT work in the hands of a non-Awakened, such as a nanobot-rich healing canister that would be used by a Progenitor easily. Non-awakened Technocracy personnel think it’s a fingerprint system so reality isn’t threatened.

So basically Awakened people stretch the limits of existence without making it too obvious. To make a long story very short, Mage is extremely complex and difficult to understand. The game relies on some basic knowledge of Occultism and metaphysics, and likewise requires a good deal of creativity that isn’t present in games like Vampire: The rules are often criticized for being simultaneously OP as shit in crossover games once he or she gets to about Arete 3, an individual mage of equivalent “level” will, one-on-one, reliably curb stomp any other supernatural in the oWoD gameline if they can get the first shot off, and can, depending on the opponent, give whole teams of other types of PC a run for their moneyfrustrating to manage virtually anything can be too “cool” to avoid Paradox in public, and the rules aren’t great at examining different levels of “acceptance”and possessed of intensely, artificially complex mechanics For those of you not up on your game design, complexity and depth are two different things.

The difficulty often begins right at character generation, since newly Awakened mages are almost always incapable of grasping their capacity to bend reality. They’re forced to fit their newfound powers into methodologies and belief systems that help them rationalize what they’re able to do. This is called a “Paradigm” – and is by far one of the most difficult character creation experiences you can come across in table-top gaming.

A paradigm is not only a belief system but also delves into your character’s backstory and psyche – you have to craft an entire, logical reason for your character to be able to do magic. Maybe they’re a Wiccan who believes they’re chosen by the Goddess, or a devout nun who practices humble miracles on behalf of the Lord, or a strung-out hippie who believes they can see beyond reality and time when they listen to the Grateful Dead; it’s a fair bit deeper than just picking a nature and a demeanor.

Crafting this “reason” for their magic likewise brings with it the process they use to cast their magic. While someone who believes themselves a hermetic mage may chant in Latin and have specially prepared ritual circles, ,age nun example above would have her rosary beads and meaningful passages from the Bible to make her magic.

The concept and Paradigm of a mage naturally flow into the process of their magic. While having your character be a member of a Tradition discussed below helps with figuring a lot of this out, you more often end up with people tossing aside interesting characters to just play easy-to-make Neo-Pagans.

So, once you have all that bullshit figured out, how do you start casting spells? Magic in Mage is different from other systems in that you aren’t assigned pre-created spells that you can cast – but rather a mix of “rotes” tried and technocraxy magical effects that are a bit easier to cast and “spontaneous magic” whatever you BS in the moment. You use “spheres” designated segments of reality that your mage has studied as your guideline of what you can and can’t do.

Spheres provide rough outlines of the areas they govern, and how many dots are required to do certain things within them.

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Spheres are discussed in depth below, but a rough approximation would be this: Sister Agatha, our Nun, is focused in the Life sphere, granting her power over bodies, biology and anything alive. Agatha has two Dots in the Life sphere, so she has the ability to sense all the various aspects of life – age, sex, health, race, ascnsion – anything related to its biology and anatomy. Since she has two Dots, she can also gently encourage the plants in her garden to grow strong and healthy, and heal herself when she gets hurt.

But, Agatha can’t heal other people quite yet – as this requires three Dots in the sphere. Actually using magic in the moment is a game of artful bullshit. Mage is a game about bending rules – be they the rules of reality, or even of the game system. Much of the nit-and-grit is left nebulous, so that it can be tue advantage of by creative players. A player needs to figure out what they want to do, what spheres they intend to do it with, and how they’re going to get away with it without getting their teeth tecnocracy in by Paradox.

Not every act of magic will cause paradox, especially if a player technicracy creative and can soothe the ego of their overeager GM. Multiple different effects can be accomplished by using different combinations of Spheres – it ultimately boils down to how creatively a player has their mage perform it and how creatively the player rationalizes the magic to the Technocracyy.

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If we use Sister Agatha as an example again, she’s going up in the world with three whole dots in the Life Sphere, now! So, she’s started healing the sick and lame. When she wants to heal someone, she goes through the same ritual: Blood might be staunched, pain from a sprained limb eased, a fever might ebb. But, something like a broken bone might just heal faster since that’s much easier to believe than it just healing immediately.

Odds are, this sounds really fucking arcane to you pun intended. That’s because it is, and while some people may love it, you most likely do not! Thus, any player who wants to play Mage: And if your players are running to the “Generally Unplayable Role-Play System” to get away from the rules, that’s how you can tell you’ve got a special level of rough on your hands.

Nowadays, the most common choice is to back-port the nWoD Mage: The Awakening rules via the Mage Translation Guide. Both keep the basic idea of not using magic in public and stuff but aren’t quite as blunt and over-complicated about it. There’s a reason why Mage is the game that you love to read all the awesome fluff of but never quite get a group together to play. Mages have rankings in each sphere, from one sensing some aspects of the sphere without changing anything to five doing mostly anything with it.

All of them are awesome in their own ways, and most factions are particularly good with at least one of them. Controls space and distance. You can detect stuff at distance, teleport yourself and others extra bonus points if mag manage to teleport a vampire into the Sunpunch people or simply pull levers at a distance, warp bullets around, stack people onto themselvesmake several copies of yourselfand even create planes.

Entropy controls luck, fate, odds, and well, entropy. At the highest levels, you can even affect thought and ideas with entropy. Yes, you can make ideas grow outdated. Awesome sphere is awesome. Also, enjoy your Jhor. Forces is about controlling energy, that is fire, cold, lightning, kinetic energy, gravity, radiation, and light. Even the nuclear forces at high levels.

Forces is hilarious and varied, and while being the prime offensive Sphere it has also lots of varied effects. At first, you can only control a small amount of Forces, but then you can transform energies into each other.

Control over living beings. The quintessential druid sphere. Includes tschnocracy, but ALSO ripping people in half, physical transformations you can transform into your inner magd animal if you wantand physical augmentations.

Very mmage, you can give yourself winged flight, gills, super-strength, poison bite, regeneration, immortality or whatever. Also, you can turn others into cancerous masses of still-living flesh if you really want At high levels, you can create life feel free to cackle maniacally and make as many references to Frankenstein as you canand permanently transform into stuff.

Ever wanted to be a dragon? Only bad thing with this sphere is that at low levels of control if you transform into animals, you can start to change mentally into an animal. How many furries sacension in the White Wolf team at that point? Well, apart from the inherent potential for yiffthis sphere is really pretty cool and you can do manly ascnsion with technoccracy.

Control over all inanimate matter.


You can transform matter into other matter, change the properties of matter yup, trapping enemies in solidified airor simply create matter from nothing. Or just change air into rocks and let them fall. You can also use telekinesis with this sphere, which means technocray kinds of lulz when someone has a gun and it tecunocracy inappropriately pointed and you pull the trigger with Matter.

Summon fighter planes out of thin air? Go on, man, if you have the skill to create a fighter plane, this sphere is crazy. And then you can remote control it with tfchnocracy same sphere! Also good for turning vampires technnocracy lawn chairs, since they’re inanimate matter. What you see is what you get: At high levels, you can create minds total combo with high-level Life for that Dr. Alternatively, cast it on a broom and get sentient broom familiarsor project yourself astrally since you aren’t going through the Umbra it isn’t Spirit.

Very, very good for shenanigans. However, it only controls humans and animals, not spirits Werewolves, fae, etc.


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It is Andy at his bawdy, frolicking best. The stats are still solid even though the SPSS is dated but the irreverence and playfulness are what really set this book apart and made Andy’s new versions the “bible” of stats. You have to have a copy on your shelf. But this is where it all began and it is still a joy to read. As much as I love his new stuff, this edition is a throwback to a better time and it is a delight to discoverijg a younger Andy jump into statistics with both feet and muck around like an incorrigible schoolboy who also happens to know discoverinv than his school master, and be funny as he11 to boot.

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