The count shall be 3. Four is right out. I am surprised by the number of bunny monsters, but even more shocked that none of them just have sharp pointy teeth. Runs away banging 2 coconuts halves together. (Clip, clop)
Rule: If damage from a silver weapon is piercing, it is reduced by one point.
Missing Rule: If damage from a silver weapon is bludgeoning it is not reduced.
the statement "is not reduced" or "normal damage" is inaccurate.
This is the problem it would be modified by +0
this if/than statement would be if it is slashing or piercing than -1, if it is bludgeoning than +0 (Not is not reduced or is normal) this is the part of the rule you are making up.
This is a number added to a die roll or a number on your character sheet. For example, your attack roll might have a modifier of +5, meaning that when you make an attack, you add 5 to the number you roll on the d20 die to get your result (thus, a 12 on the die would count as a 17, and so on). A bonus is a modifier that is +0 or higher; a penalty is one that's –1 or lower.
Is the damage bludgeoning...yes +0
Is the damage slashing......no +0
Is the damage piercing......yes -1
damage done by this weapon ...= -1
Thought that was flavor text given their mechanic of them not getting morale bonuses.
If its mechanics based it then Androids should be immune to mind-effects and other effects like that. But they only have a +4 Race bonus to it. So I would argue that they can.
Mind-affecting =/= emotions.
Then they are capable of having emotions because they only have a bonus against mind-effecting spells. So if they are not immune they should be able to produce emotions enough, just not be very emotional.
The fear spell is a mind effect, fear is an emotion. If androids are not immune to mind effects then they can have emotions. They are just not overly emotional (don't display or factor emotion into their life actions).
The Chinese performed smoke tinting on non-prescription glasses before 1430. But dark-lensed glasses were not used to protect from the sun; Chinese judges often wore sunglasses with quartz to hide the expression in their eyes while during a court case. Seems they were onto something!