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All the pages linked to from here limit content to that relevant to 2nd Edition use.
Also: please, please read BestPractices before you start to comment regularly or create your own pages! [#Interaction]
- Motivations and Intimacies
- Charms, including Martial Arts
- Spells2ndEdition which includes both Sorcery and Necromancy
- Exaltation Benefits - effects which could happen during/immediately after the exaltation itself
- Manses and Demesnes
- Merits and Flaws
- Mundane Equipment
- Virtue Flaws
- Alternate Settings
- Combat which includes Combos, PowerCombat and MailAndSteel
- 2nd Edition
- Characters, including Character Sheets
- House Rules
- Individual Challenges
- 2nd Edition
- The Demon Blooded
- The Dragon Kings
- The Fae Blooded
- The Fair Folk
- The God Blooded
- The Ghost Blooded
- 2ndEditionBooks (includes book reviews)
- 2ndEditionWriterQuotes ... also known as the "Thus Spake ..." section!
- CSSWikiSheets -- helps you change the colours that you view the wiki with
- WikiChanges -- the changes from when the wiki migrated in early 2005
This is a good idea. I'm just leaving this comment because there aren't that many differences between 2nd Ed and 1st, and I think it would be a mistake for readers to limit themselves to this section of the wiki even if they're definitely playing 2nd Ed -- they'd be missing out on a ton of content. Not to mention there's a fair number of things on here that haven't yet been updated for 2nd Ed and won't be for a while: God-Blooded, Alchemicals, expanded Fair Folk. Etc.
Why is this a subpage of your author page? Is it an idea in progress that you're not sure you want to implement? I assume that if you do actually implement it, it'll be a top-level page.