Re: Specialization, bad wording of the magic

From: Joerg Baumgartner <joe_at_SRHkhIonlGcKbKVoP-HO7l2PiGsgAvtXzKff8DgZUe_LLBN4Na7cYI4E-6Y5OxqffRUtbzb5JA.>
Date: Sun, 22 Jul 2007 02:42:36 +0200 (CEST)

light castle

> A tree wouldn't augment with its tall? Why on earth not? (It's actually an
> interesting interpretation, I just don't think I've encountered it
> before.)

Because Tree Leaping - a feat specifically designed to leap over a tree too high to leap over for a normal human - cancels out that advantage. Tallness of a tree might actually become a positive modifier for the leaper (if he wants to leap the tree and another obstacle as well, like Hofstaring escaping the battle of Boldhome in 1602). I don't recall where, but this was discussed in some detail to illustrate the kind of resistances one may face with a feat.

> On July 20, 2007 02:42 am, jorganos wrote:

>> Compare the resistances for Tree Leaping - if it is an ordinary tree,
>> it is default. If it is a magical tree, it won't augment with its tall
>> - harder, but still less hard than it would be with a mundane leaping
>> skill.

Received on Sat 21 Jul 2007 - 17:42:41 EEST

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