The psychic link suppose to represent like if she's away from the orb, she can see through it via her connection with it. Like say someone stole the orb and kept it from being summoned, she could use her link with the orb to see/hear through the orb itself to find out where it is, etc. like a reverse scryer.
I would say the scrying thing wouldn't be worth much more than a couple of stones since there is a high chance that the object is just gona be left alone due to the fact that it is useless to them.. Unless they are collectors or someone who wants to use it as blackmail/sell it.. There might also be other situations, but can't think of others at the moment
Did you have any idea on how the object could be prevented from being summoned?
Post by lilithsboy on Jan 16, 2016 12:16:22 GMT -5
In Marvel anything with iron affects the fae cold iron does not exist and is just what the fae call all iron because of the icy pain it brings them being a half fae gives you a 4 stone challenge and comes with a 2x ferrous object damage.
Oh.. Well, never was that into Marvel's fairy world. But if that is the case, a couple of stones of discount would be suitable since (as I understand it), it would prevent the artifact from working. Maybe a discount of 5 or so white stones.. But then again, it could be lower depending on how common knowledge this flaw is in your setting.
Post by 77odinson77 on Mar 31, 2018 1:48:18 GMT -5
Cold iron could refer to cold forged iron. It is weaker than steel because not all of the impurities are burned out, which would naturally make such weapons quite rare as steel is the eminently desirable weapon material for anyone not specifically hunting faeries (which covers most people ever). I would also imagine that the "impurities" that remain in cold iron objects make said objects more connected to its primal nature, or essence, which could explain why it (and not just any old steel) can harm fey creatures. Horseshoes are said to be able to ward off faeries, and they are sometimes cold forged.
You are coming into a thread for an item made 2 years ago, talking about an element in a game which is defined in that games text already.... Trying to help and I am ruining it? Umm.... No. I was litterally trying to help you out if you don't want to use the RAW of the game then that is your choice.
2.0 is still being built and the person building it said that Cold Iron as you define it is likely not common enough of a challenge to warrant stones at all. The player was wanting to give it a challenge. Using both the comics and the RAW it would seem the best way to work that on Marvel Fae is through ferrous as the definition.
Look I did not come to fight with you I was trying to show you why things were done the way they were if you don't want that you can go about doing things however you like.