gobbo wrote:The drawback here, is that you can only use the Growth when shapshifting. So, it gets a dicounted cost as it is linked to the Shapeshift power. I, as a GM, would not allow the player to use it with out changing his form [aka: you only bigger is not enough of a shift to count]
The Human Pest wrote:Looks like a split of opinion.
Maybe Steve or Eric can help.
(Though I don't know how much longer they can keep up the Q&A as the board blossoms ...)
The Human Pest wrote:Just a request for clarification.
Shapeshift power (p80-81) allows "Growth" power for price of 3 extras. This would increase overall cost to 5 per level (2+3).
Growth Power (p72) has base cost of 6 per level.
So I assume that Growth via Shapeshift should be a little less potent than standard Growth.
Definition of Growth Power, in addition to size modifiers, has three automatic bonus features: Immovability, Protection and Superstrength.
Which, if any, of these "bonus" features attach to Shapeshifted Growth?
If the answer is "none" but a player is willing to pay more to acquire them as part of his Shapeshift abilities, would the bonus features count as extras or stunts?
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