Also also: Golden Blossoms Of The Tree
Sometimes learning requires unlearning. This charm allows the user to give up the knowledge of a charm or Combo he no longer desires, opening the way to greater power. Using this charm requires one day of meditation. At the end of this day, the user removes the charm or Combo from their character sheet and gains experience equal to the amount spent on the charm or Combo. You may not use a charm if you have forgotten its prerequisite.
The Solar's planning capabilities have grown so complete as to encompass even unexpected difficulties. Upon using this Charm, the Solar names an objective, and gains a number of boons equal to half his Lore, rounded up. As a simple action, the Solar may spend a boon generated by this Charm when confronted with an unexpected obstacle on the way to accomplishing said objective. His plan proves to already have taken this obstacle into account, and provides him with a perfect method of overcoming this obstacle. This perfect method is guaranteed to work if successfully executed and to require only resources immediately available; however, it is not necessarily the safest, easiest or most straightforward method. This is a boon-generating charm. Its duration continues until all boons generated with this charm have been spent; deactivating the charm early causes the loss of all boons so generated.
The Solar's planning capabilities have grown so complete as to encompass even unexpected difficulties. Upon using this Charm, the Solar immediately develops a perfect method of overcoming a single unexpected obstacle they have just encountered. This perfect method is guaranteed to work if successfully executed and to require only resources immediately available; however, it is not necessarily the safest, easiest or most straightforward method.
The Solar has an intricate grasp of the methods of war. This Charm allows the Solar to buy dice for one Lore roll involving strategy or tactics.
The Solar has refined their tactical awareness to such a degree that they now perceive the strengths and weaknesses in every situation at a glance. The Solar adds a number of dice equal to their Essence to any Lore roll involving strategy or tactics.
The Solar has mastered the intricate depths of strategy so necessary to war among Exalts. This Charm allows the Solar to arrange an army so as best to accomplish a particular goal. To activate this Charm, the Solar directs the disposition of an army, while naming a goal ("conquer Lookshy") and a metric, either a length of time ("within the week") or a number of acceptable casualties ("without losing a man"). While this Charm is active, the army proceeds inexorably towards accomplishing the goal within the stated metric. Note that some extreme metrics will not be feasible, while others may require inordinate sacrifice on the other axis to achieve; the Storyteller determines whether a specific setting is accomplishable with the available resources and what casualties (if the metric is time) or time (if the metric is casualties) will be necessary. The Solar is aware of this information and may modify his metrics before completing the activation of the Charm. This Charm cannot take into account the actions of beings with half the Solar's Essence (rounded up) or more; direct action by other forces to neutralize these beings, however, can allow the Charm to function.
In the heat of battle, triage is sometimes necessary. When an ally within (Ess x 5) yards is struck by an attack, the Solar may use this Charm in response. While this Charm is active, that ally does not die if they are reduced below Incapacitated by damage. If this Charm ends while that ally is below Incapacitated, they immediately die unless they are receiving medical assistance as it happens.
The first responsibility of a doctor is to preserve life, no matter whose. While this Charm is active, whenever anybody within (Ess x 10) yards of the Solar, whether friend or enemy, drops below Incapacitated, this Charm preserves their life; they are instead Incapacitated.
The Solar's unending study has granted him a full and complete knowledge of nearly every subject. The Solar may at any time reflexively recall any piece of factual information which he could discover at such places of learning which he could, at that moment, journey to and have guaranteed unfettered access to.