Dec 17, 2018
In this episode, we take a deep-dive into Scion Origin by the Onyx Path. In Scion, you play the children of the gods in a world where all myths are true. Scion Origin is the core rule book and default setting for Scion 2nd Edition, which uses Onyx Path's in-house Storypath system.
You can find the Onyx Pathcast episode we reference here: http://theonyxpath.com/episode-26-listen-to-our-storypath/
While Scion has not yet been released, the books are available to Kickstarter Backers in PDF format and are still available for pre-order on BackerKit: https://www.backerkit.com/projects/200664283/scion-2nd-edition-tabletop-rpg
Our character this episode is Leona Vega:
Leona Vega is a daughter of the Morrigan created from a strand of fate woven to look like a woman; her past is a lie and her future uncertain. She is a complete mystery even to herself and her looks reflect this. Leona stands at 5’ 6” and weighs 130. A presumed life on the streets has given her a waifish air, and those who get to know her sane and crazy alike say that she is simply fey. Her contacts on the streets trust her though, and protect her from the harsher realities of their lives when they can. Her hair is full, dark, and curly (but seldom washed). Her eyes a deep forest green with dark circles from sleepless nights spent on the city street but betray a deep sensitivity to the world around her. Leona keeps her clothes as clean as she can and wears many layers, changing the weight of fabric depending on the season. When she can find it she prefers loud prints to plain colors reveling in a riot of colors as much as possible. She's like a lost fairy princess, searching for her throne. She always carries with her a tarot deck, the illustrations on the cards changing for whomever she reads. It radiates magnificent power.
Our artist is Noah Hirka. You can find more of his work at the following links:
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