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Goblins: completely screwed on their weapon familiarity.
It doesn't really fit with the initial backstory of Padrig either, who was given a form based off the iconic summoner's imagination. Where are the rest of the chicken snake outsiders? Not in Unchained.
And Porteans aren't what Padrig is. There's nothing in Padrig's background that suggests he's like them.
He fundamentally lacks any self-discipline, but it also permits the barbarian to unleash greater raw strength
There's a Ranger archetype that grants Rage, but no alignment restriction.
Anyone who can get domains can get Rage without being non-Lawful.
What about the Urban Barbarian, who gets Controlled Rage in addition to regular Rage? How is something that's controlled an indicator of lacking discipline?
I feel like a big misconception concerning Androids is that everyone thinks they're robots. But they're not. At all. I don't have time at the moment to go into detail, but it's all right there in the Android Ecology article in Iron Gods #1. Although they're synthetic beings, their brains are organic. Although they have a hard time empathizing with other living creatures, they are not devoid of emotion. They simply do not feel emotion to the same heights as others. An android who takes the Empathy feat is an android who has found a way to feel as humans do. They don't have targeting sensors or protocols because they're not machines. They're living beings with souls.
Who says they can have those though? Organic brain or not, they are filled with itty-bitty machines and were created. Biological robots, in a sense, that have one program in them already: nanite surge
Oh, but that's only if you don't want Negative Levels or Ability Burn. You know, those things that make characters more likely to die if the don't spend more of their gold?
Raise Dead becomes the cheaper option, suddenly...
To the OP: you say you wanted to make Reincarnation more like its mythological roots, but then do nothing to actually accomplish that. First, the person's deeds(alignment) are taking into account and then his soul is reborn in a infant body of whatever the gods decided he deserve to come back as. Humans/humanoids were not the highest reward.
And things like backstory and class and ability scores are entirely linked to the body because the soul doesn't work out or retain memories.
Words of Power is an excellent place for Blast Sorcerers to start.
Fun Fact: Draconic Bloodline doesn't care about fire damage, and just adds +1 damage per die rolled is the spell has the fire descriptor. That means it adds more damage even if the spells deals cold or electricity damage.
Words of Power allows for just that.
I read the disallowing multiplies to mean no stacking Hindered over and over instead of no Hindered and Bewildered though, which makes sense. Why can't a team of three people working together screw one target over?
Can multiples casters no longer cast bestow curse on the same target for different curses?
Like I said, I can also redivert those points into shared EP for a vehicle or HQ, but it's not worth changing the sheet until I know if I'm in the game or not.
Same. I've got 7 leftover points I'm saving for Jare's room, be it a place at an HQ(which I'll spend points on too, of course) or some abandoned warehouse or something.
45 equipment points is nothing to sneeze at.
Jare T.H. Kidd, aka Spark (Earth's Mightiest) - PL 12
Strength 0, Stamina 5, Agility 5, Dexterity 5, Fighting 3, Intellect 4, Awareness 5, Presence 3
Jare's 7 unspent points are going into making his room at HQ(or wherever he ends up being kept on probation/whatever) his own mini-HQ.
Lamai, the Talking Cat:
Strength -3, Agility 3, Fighting 1, Awareness 4, Stamina 0, Dexterity 4, Intellect 0, Presence -3
Just a Kidd:
Jare, or "the Houdini Kid" as he was better known as on the streets of New York, is a strange case of a modern day Robin Hood. Almost. He doesn't steal from the rich(unless they're around) or give to the poor(except other street kids and the occasional senior citizen), but he did help the city in other ways. Ways no one quite expects from a seemingly normal boy.
He was fighting a one-boy war against the dregs of the city's criminal world. Minor drug dealers and gangs mostly. He'd sneak in, take some cash or ruin the drugs, and then get out without being seen and call the police. He was never nearby when they got there.
He didn't want caught too, you see. Even if he was doing good things, he was still a thief no one had caught. Many had gotten close, but Jare knew the city better than some of the people who had lived here for decades. Sadly, that didn't stop him from getting nabbed by a Super. The old saying "the hand is quicker than the eye" is true when you don't even realize you've been caught until you're suddenly a dozen blocks away and in front of the police station...
He's not sure what happened that day. Maybe it was going that fast, or the fear of realizing he wasn't touching the sidewalk. Maybe it was just luck. In any case, before he could be cuffed and sent to a juvenile detention center, sparks of blue enveloped Jare... and he was gone. He woke up some time later with a funny kitten nearby. A kitten that explained to him that she was his friend and he was a mutant who's genes had unlocked the potential for magic.
The next day was when Hive attacked. They swarmed the city -his city!- and began to abduct people to take control off. It wasn't until he saw a kid he knew shot and killed because he tried to stop one of the Hive from taking a family. Time slowed down as the boy fell, a hole burned through his chest. It sped back up as all the lights within a five block radius went dark and lightning struck the same place twice. Drug dealers and gangs were bad enough, but a bunch of murdering aliens?!
It was the only time Jare had killed, and the memories -the smell of ozone and burning- are just another set of nightmares for him now.
Later on Jare found he couldn't stop thinking about how he'd done so much more to help the city than he ever had before, and when word got that he'd managed to take down a few of the small capture ships and he got an offer to join a team, well, he didn't feel like he could turn it down.
And that was only his second reason for joining....
And that should be everything. :)
Edit: Stuff I forgot:
Public. I know, I know, it's not the norm, but Jare just doesn't care. He has no family to protect, nothing to lose from being outed as a super.
Justice. Weird for a thief (anti?)hero, but it's true. He's seen gang wars and drug dealers and much, much worse and wants it all to be fixed.
Reputation: he's a (possibly) former thief.
dwayne germaine wrote:
First time I've heard it on the boards.