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You are the children of the Gods, the enemies of the Titans, and your decisions and actions will help decide the Fate of The World and your own destiny. Will you fight and strive alongside humanity, accomplish great Deeds in the names of your parents, or ascend to the grandeur of Godhood?

The Scion: Origin and Hero Style Guide contains:

  • Guidance on how to outline chapters, structure your writing for Scion, and play with the concepts of the game.
  • Tonal and thematic guidelines for games of Scion: Origin and Hero. 
  • Advice on building your own pantheons, monsters, Knacks, and more

Create and publish your own Scion Second Edition supplement as part of the Storypath Nexus community content program.

Also available from Onyx Path Publishing:

Rat in A Burning CageRat In A Burning Cage (An Adventure Set for Trinity Continuum: Assassins)

Rat in a Burning Cage is an introductory scenario for Trinity Continuum: Assassins designed to make its play easy and fun at in-person and virtual tabletops. Trinity Continuum: Assassins uses the Storypath System, provided in the pages of this book! 

Rat in a Burning Cage includes: 

  • Five playable characters complete with character sheets. 
  • A story in three acts, perfect for a virtual tabletop one-shot or convention play. 
  • Maps (both gridded and non gridded) and handouts for use in your virtual games. 
  • Incidental sounds and music
  • Printable battlemap and handouts.
  • The complete TC Assassins Token set along with the 5 RMCs.
  • All the Masteries, Edges, and Storypath system mechanics you need.

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Joseph J December 06, 2023 4:24 pm UTC
A useful document for any Scion homebrewer! That said - there is a brief claim that the official releases by Onyx Path have stuck by the rule of not using monotheistic religions in Scion. I understand mentioning the rule for the sake of publishing things on the Nexus, but that specific claim isn't true: the Orisha, for instance, are monotheistic. Even limiting monotheistic to mean Abrahamic, later Scion books have included Leviathan and a demon from the Ars Goetia, among others. I feel like this claim should be removed, or perhaps altered to specifically refer to Abrahamic pantheons.
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