Re: [HeroQuest-rules] Re: Puma Person question

From: Michael Bowman <bowman_at_IB1XskOIoNRzIn_gVAnF0vYwbnJH8FMAQp7ZAMaUxLdOlRFenWCUvf3AIcS3wx235X0ZEe5P>
Date: Wed, 21 Apr 2004 15:14:14 -0700

On Apr 21, 2004, at 2:52 PM, Andrew Solovay wrote:

> One might say that any success means you change, but the level of
> success
> indicates how quickly you change--so a marginal success might mean you
> don't
> change quickly enough to do any good *in this situation*.
>
> So... If the party can take their time--if, say, the party is doing all
> their "prepare for battle" rituals and spells, and the puma person
> says, "I
> want to go into battle in puma form"--then, yes, a marginal success is
> good
> enough. The change is slow and painful, but he isn't in a hurry.
>
>

This is an excellent idea. I had been leaning towards saying a marginal success is a partial transformation, but the player was very uncomfortable with that. I think this will satisfy us both very well.

Michael             Received on Wed 21 Apr 2004 - 15:14:15 EEST

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