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Tuesday, 5th February, 2002, 02:38 PM #1
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ø Ignore Decamber
What to do when the character's ability scores exceeds the limit?
What do you do when your character is a Mike Tyson with the intelligence as Hannibal and charisma as Kasparov, whilst the ability method is point-buy of 32 points? That's were I am now; My character is a native from Chult whose size equals a pro-boxer - lacking a neck, of course. He is extremely intelligent, and a master of psychology and the body language. Have you ever seen Garry Kasparov playing a game of chess? He psychs his opponents by looking at them with a half-opened mouth. My character does that while in combat to gain advantage. When he has it, he slashes the enemy in pieces in a fierceful rage with his two knives!
These stats fits my picture of him:
But that's rather high - especially using 32 points.
Any ideas? By what you know, do you think I could lower any stats but still fulfill my demands?
Thanks in advance!/Decamber
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