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Hocus


Look

Tech vestments, innocent face, burning eyes, bony body.

STATSMOVESHARM
[M]COOL 1do something under fire (p2)[ ]shattered (-1 cool)Countdown
[ ]HARD -1seize by force, go aggro (p2-3)[ ]crippled (-1 harm)[ ]4 o'clock[ ]10 o'clock
[X]HOT 1seduce or manipulate (p3)[ ]disfigured (-1 hot)[ ]7 o'clock[ ]11 o'clock
[ ]SHARP 0read a sitch, read a person (p3-4)[ ]broken (-1 sharp)[ ]9 o'clock[ ]12 o'clock
[ ]WEIRD 3open your brain(p4) 
Improvement (p11)[ ][ ][ ][ ][ ] >> improve

Hx

help, interfere, session end (p4)

Officer+3
Gazelle+2

Moves

Fortunes: fortune, surplus and want all depend on your followers. At the beginning of the session, roll+fortune. On a 10+, your followers have surplus. On a 7-9, they have neither surplus nor want. On a miss, they have want. You do not by default have access to their surplus, but will have to somehow win it from them if you want it. They might, however, hold you responsible for their want.

Frenzy: When you speak the truth to a mob, roll+weird. On a 10+, hold 3. On a 7-9, hold 1. Spend your hold 1 for 1 to make the mob:

  • bring people forward and deliver them.
  • bring forward all their precious things.
  • unite and fight for you as a gang (2-harm 1-armor size appropriate).
  • fall into an orgy of uninhibited emotion: fucking, lamenting, fighting, sharing, celebrating, as you choose.
  • go quietly back to their lives.

On a miss, the mob turns on you.

Fucking wacknut: you get +1weird (weird+3).

Gear

Fashion: White vinyl priestly-looking robes, only with shiny black buckles. And, you know, vinyl. White patent leather boots.

Oddments: a collection of books from before the apocalypse.

Followers

~20 followers (fortune+1 surplus: 1-barter (easy-access) insight want: judgement desperation). Characterization: my cult.


By default you have around 20 followers, loyal to you but notfanatical, and they have their own lives apart from you (fortune+1 surplus: 1-barter want: desertion).

Also:

Your followers are dedicated to you. You have easy access to their surplus, instead of having to win it from them.

Your followers are rigorous and argumentative. Surplus: +insight.

Your followers arenít really yours, more like youíre theirs. Want: judgment instead of want: desertion.

Your followers depend entirely on you for their lives and needs. Want: +desperation.