I just imagined a fat, pansexual neckbeard tipping xir fedora and then trying to kill xirself with it out of guilt.
Oh, and don't forget Nero and Kiara by way of canon!>>53829366
The problem with harem perks in settings that are already harem, is that they keep setting me up with their own siblings. You ever sat through a family meeting between the Itagakis and the Kukis? It's. It's beyond awkward. Nobody can agree whether karaoke or fistfights should follow lunch, and everybody's too embarrassed to comment on everybody else's social station.
Especially since Ryuuhei needed a bag of ice to sit on after attempting to jump me in an alley, and discovering some of my counterattack Charms automatically put me on top. >>53827755
Sure, but only for work purposes.
I use my super Moot admin privileges to maintain a carefully controlled electronic resume. It's pretty polished and highly recommended, but not exciting enough to say anything about my midgetkinesis powers, why my fridge needs antimatter to power itself or whether or not my washing machine is actually the gateway to the afterlife.>>53831816
Technically that happens every time I (the anon) read about a setting I'm not familiar with. So, fairly often?>>53832127
As long as it's a true and final death, yes.
Not sure, the selection process of the Exaltation was never elaborated other than it needs Creation-standard mortal soulset, and that it's generally attracted to feats of great heroism (exactly which kind depending on the Exaltation). Well, except for the DB Exaltation, which I understand disappears on death, and the Alchemical Exaltation which is sorta like the mantra reactors in Asura's Wrath.
So for the other kinds-depending on whether you think the Exaltation would be attracted to different kinds of souls, and whether you have other Exalted mortal souls hanging around for some reason:
1. It might not go anywhere, or
2. It might go to someone else if they do something heroic enough