* Passions Part Two
* Chorrolis: Passion of Wealth, Trade, Envy, and Desire
* Overlap of aspects and how that is expressed in different Passions.
* Even the Passions that aren’t Mad can have toxic or destructive expressions.
* Trade and exchange; Throal’s cultural dissemination as an expression of Chorrolis’s ideals.
* Symbols and powers of Chorrolis.
* Ways to show devotion to Chorrolis.
* Not just about raw wealth; trade as a cultural good.
* Review of Devotions available to questors of Chorrolis.
* Player character questors of Chorrolis.
* No strongly aligned Disciplines; Weaponsmiths, Air Sailors, and Boatmen could be peripherally related.
* Theme or story ideas relating to Chorrolis.
* First Edition Adventure: Desire Box in Parlainth Adventures
* Raggok: Mad Passion of Vengeance, Bitterness, and Jealousy.
* In some respects, the easiest, most direct of the Mad Passions.
* Strongly associated with undead and corruption.
* Symbols and markers of Raggok.
* Pop culture references: Cask of Amontillado, Count of Monte Cristo.
* Review of Devotions available to questors of Raggok.
* Reasons for access to Durability.
* Another pop culture references: Wormtongue from Lord of the Rings.
* Approaches and motivations for a questor of Raggok as an antagonist.
* Before they went Mad: Rashomon and how those ideals might be twisted in a Raggok-fueled antagonist.
* Scrooge’s bitterness and misandry and Raggok.
* Expressing devotion toward Raggok; witting and unwitting.
* Pop culture reference: Chronicle (film), Jack the Ripper
* Player character devotees of Raggok: Safety Tools like the X-Card, Lines and Veils, etc.
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