Looks good, but I can't really say if they are overpowered or underpowered until I see the other paths too.
Granted, it has been a while since I had the time for a fight and it might have changed, but the chance of getting a modifier isn't very big - 1 in 20 isn't it?Zappo said:A perfect master has all modifiers and will therefore always inflict three hits (plus one for the modifier, plus one for Perfect Attack). Isn't that overkill? Or is there something I'm missing?
Thanks to all who commented thus far and let me make a few points (I am really tired by the way so I may have to reexplain some of this later)Dalamar said:Looks good, but I can't really say if they are overpowered or underpowered until I see the other paths too.
We can add Dalamar (forgot his comment), Graydoom, Zappo and Midknight.Wicht said:Well LHH, thats you, Jackal and me so far.
Yes... I think these rules would tend to create more of a hierarchical structure (where the vast majority of fighters are both students and teachers), than a dojo structure (many students, few teachers, no overlapping).Phoenix8008 said:Wicht, one thing you have not covered in detail for the Honored path is Dojo's. As usual, a Yellow belt can join a Dojo, but all other details are missing. Looking at the powers, it doesn't say at what point a person can open a Dojo.
One thing I'd like to see different from the current rules is this: At the Dojo Master teir, they should not be required to shut down the Dojo which they themselves built. It should just be another Dojo in the group. In fact it should be obvious that it should be the FIRST Dojo in the group. Or should there not even be such a structure? Should any fighter be able to teach any lower teired fighter and therefore be considered to be a dojo master in their own right?
What do the rest of you think?