Here there be classpects. Send me a chat about classes, aspects, sessions, trying to figure out your own title, theory, whatever. Catching Elephant is a theme by Andy Taylor. Classpect Analysis. References and Title Tests. Subscribe RSS. May you do a Thief of Void? Thieves take their aspect from others and use the stolen aspect for their own benefit. Void is about nothingness, secrecy, misdirection, and has some link to the Furthest Ring and the horrorterrors. So the Thief of Void would be able to steal misdirection from someone else and use it to distract foes, and hide themselves in shadows, but they have a strong chance of biting off more than they can chew from the horrorterrors.
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Thieves usually view themselves as the only player on their team capable of using their aspect, so they hoard it to unhealthy extremes. A Thief of Void would do the same with Void, but the personal reasons for stealing nothingness are difficult to pin down. Following this, a Thief of Void would reveal the secrets of others while keeping their identity, thoughts, and feelings obscured in a field of Void. They may hide themselves further by revealing the secrets of others to shift the focus off of themselves. Their struggle would primarily be to allow themselves to open up to others and allow others to keep parts of their lives private to their team. Rather than use her powers for others, they would use this power to make whatever their heart desired no matter how silly.
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The Thief class is a female-leaning active class, and the counterpart to the Rogue class. The Thief takes their aspect for themselves or takes through their aspect. The Void aspect deals with the unknown, mystery, hiding, and nothingness. It is the opposite of Light. The Thief of Void would be adventurous and daring, but a lone worker. They would only accept partners if they were needed or if they had a romantic interest in them.
They value mystery and the unexplained, and are not particularly bothered by not having all the answers. Where others might be compelled to go out and seek answers, the Void-bound lean more toward casting doubt on what is already considered fully understood. After all, in order for something new to be built, the old, rotting foundation must often be razed. At their best, Void-bound are wise, intuitive, and vibrant. At their worst they can be dismissive, indecisive, and apathetic. But also uniquely able to consider situations and events and things vastly different from their own with an open mind. Driven by mystery and secrets, they can mysterious themselves, not really putting a lot of stock into one idea or another, but letting a multitude of possibilities flourish at the same time. Symbolically, Void is the blank canvas filled with infinite potential, the deep ocean of dark waters filled with unknowable life, that reaches out to be everything and anything with no rhyme or reason, constantly changing and reinventing itself along the way, wave by wave. When I think of Void, I think of the infinite expanse of nothingness that reaches into forever and encapsulates all things.