>>57655288>For the single player session, is the break something that can be controlled?
No, it's not something you can control. It just happens once you talk to your Denizen.
Caliborn was just very lucky to have three planets not clear the blast before Skaia collapsed into a blackhole. Generally, you can assume you're going to have to deal with all 15 planets (or maybe 14, I dunno).>With enough luck/probability manip, could I get them all at once?
...Pooossibly? Keep in mind that Caliborn was already extremely lucky to get 3 planets. It's going to be extremely unlikely to catch all of them.
This is excluding the 8th planet though. Because you need to pocket the eight-ball last, which probably doesn't count if you get them all at once?>Or would having an easy/easier way our be cheating?
It's a bit against the spirit of it, but if you're /that/ good at luck/probability manipulation, that's fine.
Keep in mind though, the time limit and difficulty normally gets worse for every planet. If you get all the other planets to fall into the black hole on their own, you're going to run into a liittle bit of a difficulty curve for the 8th (last) planet (and little resources/practise before taking on your Denizen at the end).>>57656997
Not really. At least not beyond the Wyld Hunt for the decade, if you're not a Dragon-Blooded or Sidereal.
At worst, Infernals or Abyssals might 'oops' you into becoming inhuman if you're not careful about learning permanent Charms you learn. But that's pretty easily avoided (or toggled away).
Also, Wyld Taint if you casteless Lunar, but that goes away post-jump too.Also, hey all, I'm back again. Been out of the loop for a while. Did I miss any other questions in the meantime? No guarantees I can answer quickly.
I'd give an indication of when I'm going to post my updates, but every time I do that things go pear-shaped quickly... So, hoping things'll go fine this time.