Hmmm... actually, could we open that fact up as a bit of a talking point? Because considering the first two facts it takes us in a direction in my mind, I just want to be sure we're all on the same page before I put in my approved stamp.
So, per my fact people are aware that proximity causes supernatural abilities. Even if the existence of the artifacts is a secret (not established yet) I'm sure it wouldn't take long for people to figure out that only people who grow up in that city where people can breath fire ever seem to develop the power to breath fire. And obviously the ruling class at least wants to encourage people to develop powers: It's one of the main things that sets them apart from other nations and that's why these artifact places have been chosen as the location for the seats of powers of nations. So it also stands to reason that the ruling classes families are also going to develop powers, since they live in the cities they built around these artifacts. And besides, why wouldn't you want your heir to be able to immolate would-be assassins by breathing on them? Seems like a good last line of defense.
And per Magmoo's fact it seems like there is probably some strong stigmas associated with Cybernetics? Given our inspiration I would assume there is at least the belief that the more cyborg you are the less human you become. The middle and upper classes would probably look down on those with cybernetics, in any case.
So it seems like with this third fact the general population would actually be kind of... afraid of their kids developing powers? Because then they'll be taken away and essentially turned into super powered terminators? And I imagine this means the ruling class would need some sort of way to keep people IN their main cities, because natural inclination would be to flee and raise your kids in the farmland where no one ever seems to get any powers so they don't get taken from you?
So, to me it reads like we're taking a hard turn at Dystopia. And I'm not necessarily opposed to that (I did suggest the class struggle inspiration, after all), but I just want to make sure we're all on the same page about it before I go forward with my next fact, and I'm not just assuming things I shouldn't be.
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