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Some definite info about Prince Diamond:
1) Prince Diamond is pretty cool.
2) We have not actually said much about Prince Diamond at this point in time. You know more about him now than you knew about, say, Swan before the publication of the 1e corebook, and you even know more about him know than you knew about Swan directly after the publication of the 1e corebook, but not that much more. We've released some general ideas, the bit about the Far Ride, and a fiction piece, and that's it. If people aren't talking much about new information about Prince Diamond, it's because there's not much to know yet. Book's not out. Even when the book is out, it's not like you'll have a biography.
Originally posted by Cadwyn
I'm surprised no one's brought up the option of adoption as a way for Dereth women/men to start a family with a non-Dereth man/woman. Or is adoption too modern of a concept?
There's been adoption for as long as there's been kids with parents unable or unwilling to support them. I've never put much thought into Delzhan adoption customs (have to read up on how the Bedouin and other nomadic herders handle that, I guess), but it would really surprise me if I were to come to the conclusion that it's not an option.
(I was talking about Dissidia. Forgot that was disclosed ages ago. Sorry, all.)
Another game that influenced how I think about combat timing in EX3 is Samurai Shodown 2, one of the most brutally punishing mindgame contests I have ever seen or witnessed.
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