Hello, faithful readers! Hello all, posting from my phone so forgive me if I don't know how to tag this properly. "Mage: the Awakening - second edition / Spellcasting guide" is a 2 page cheat sheet that is easy to consult for a quick and easy guideline on how to factor all the steps of Awakened spellcasting. MTAw. So long story short, I'm starting a game, and I'm looking for shadow names for a group with NPCs. Name Rating Prerequisites Description Book Adamant Hand •• Arrow Status •, Athletics or Brawl or Weaponry ••• Allows use of prerequisite Skill as reflexive Order tool Yantra in combat. Resistance against the Exarchs is possible because of the Oracles, a small number (probably five) of Atlantean mages who also climbed the ladder. They each created (or maybe are) one of the Watchtowers, which are both locations in the Supernal Realm and paths of magic. The book now needs to be corrected, relaid-out, and sent to a professional indexer before the print on demand option goes live on DriveThru. The characters portrayed in this game are individuals able to bend or break the commonly accepted rules of reality to perform subtle or outlandish acts of magic.These characters are broadly referred to as "mages". Mage: The Awakening is a role-playing game developed by White Wolf Publishing and based in their Chronicles of Darkness setting. We are now done with the errata pass on Mage: The Awakening second edition. Awakening 2e Errata [Mage: The Awakening] Mage: The Awakening. Mage The Awakening 2nd edition Shadow name suggestions. I've decided they're going to have a theme Cabell, so I'm specifically looking for shadow names that are inspired from various deities and … File Name: Mage The Awakening Second Edition.Pdf: Upload Date: 2016-05-20 16:20:01: Mime Type: Application/pdf: Virus Scan Result: Clean: Size: 37.43 MB: Total Downloads Dave Brookshaw - July 23rd, 2016, 3:17 pm. Mage: The Awakening skull. Merits, Mage (2nd Edition) Jump to: navigation, search. Most of the spellcasting topics such as Free Reach, Spell Factors, Yantras and Paradox are explained in a very concise manner in order to make spellcasting easier and intuitive.