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kckolbe wrote:Rule-wise the issue has not been addressed. The only fix for this is GM arbitration. Coordinate is meant to be used for groups of people completing a "common" task. I would simply rule that it can never be used to grant a bonus on an individual test, such as climbing. Two people trying to bust down a wall can be coordinated. Two people climbing are each on their own, unless one person is god enough to climb AND assist the other.
Furious5k wrote:Braavosi Figher III: "Whenever an opponent armed with a Fighting weapon attacks and misses you, you may make a single attack against him as a Free Action."
Page 159 (top left): "You may make only one attack in a round, regardless of action it requires;"
As written, this would mean you can't get any free attacks if you have already attacked (being an Agility fighter you probably would go first). Surely the point of the benefit is not to use your actions for other things in hopes that an opponent will miss you and you will get to attack them as a free action?
Similarly, the Berserker benefit seems to lose any real worth.
Mikashi wrote:The Ward benefit (p. 87) says that you are immune to the negative house fortunes of your foster house. That is the sole advantage for that benefit. It refers you to Chapter 6 for details on negative fortunes. I've read it several times and I don't see anything about negative fortunes that would affect an actual character. All I can find is effects on house attributes. I checked the Narrator chapter, but similarly could not find anything there.
Am I just missing something? Can anyone help me understand what this benefit is supposed to do mechanically?
Bowerpower wrote:I have the pocket edition and in that one it's not 133. Could someone either give me the pocket # or tell me what it's near in the book? Thanks!
Actually looking at the non-pocket on 133 in my friends book, that is the same page I have elsewhere in the pocket, but it lists no costs. It tells what they do but I am looking to see how much money a PC would need to spend to buy them.