Cidius wrote:I think its ok for an experienced Charackter to win against 6 of them, but not a brandnew.
So, let's take this opportunity to address another misunderstanding about this system as compared to many other RPG systems.
Characters in Song of Ice and Fire are not "brand new," unless they are very young characters. The scout character is not just a middle-aged character that has been fighting most of her adult life, judging by her ratings in Agility, Athletics and Marksmanship, but she is also an intrinsically heroic character, based on the character's access to Qualities, Wounds and Injuries.
Characters in this system do not necessarily take the D&D approach, where you're a potato farmer from Shirehamington who goes into a big scary world and ends up with a backpack bristling with magic items and a laundry list of spells and murder-tricks at his disposal. Not everyone is created equal in Westeros.
Those who are really good at what they do are likely to have been good at it from an early age. Those who aren't great at something rarely get much better. I mean, let's be honest - if this were a "pull yourself up by the bootstraps" sort of setting, Sam Tarly would be the perfect character to suddenly be much cooler. But even after a time in the Night's Watch, he's still pretty much fat, scared Sam.
So, the disparity between the clansmen tertiary characters and the Scout who is a primary character isn't some flaw in the rules. It's sort of the point to them.