The Famous Perk increases a characters COM permanently by 4 points and is not considered a bonus.
When an effect would grant additional attacks to a weapon not allowed to multi, each subsequent attack comes at a cumulative -10 penalty to hit.
Revoke can be finessed twice, to remove one round from the casting time.
Enchantments such as runes and weapon charm can only collectively be stacked to the power stat of the material being enchanted. (i.e. a weapon with three power can have 2 weapon charms and a rune of sharpness)
Rewards should be only granted on games where all club members have been informed of, and reasonable efforts have been made to include all local members. Town actions where access is limited are not an appropriate time to reward players.
Driving skill is base 100 CSE,it is base non-background so everyone buys it at triple.
Instead of removing dice, exceptional and inferior attributes will now provide a static bonus of plus or minus 2 to the associated attribute when making a check against the attribute and other things associated with the attribute (like calculating defense values, weapon requirements, the dice pool for contested checks, unit regeneration, etc.). This bonus will NOT apply to any caps associated with the attribute (such as number of groups a magic user can buy and caps for skills).
In addition, each point of exceptional in a particular attribute allows the creature to stress that attribute for a resistance or attribute check without losing a point in that attribute in a given day. Each time the attribute is stressed using this ability, the character loses a point of exceptional (and therefore the +2 bonus) until they get a night’s worth of rest.
Creature abilities Hasten, rock exceeding 4 ranks and scale exceeding 4 ranks, although not explicitly stated in the manual, are legendary creature abilities.
Isis res only counts itself, to see if it works. If someone has been resurrected with a non-Isis resurrect, it still works.
Miracle cure does not regrow limbs, or missing organs, but fully repairs damaged ones.
Weapon skill, and the Common Sense attribute over all, is a sacred cow. It should not be modified lightly, if at all. This is because most combat skills are under the umbrella of common sense.
Oversized weapons(weapons exceeding 1d12 damage) should only have access to oversized skill.
Weapons should not have enchantments exceeding the material of the item it's placed on, and the power stat of weapon material should not exceed 5.
Effects generally should not stack. This is because the gm giving them out can't control what others do, meaning your item can be broken if it's allowed to stack.
Combat npcs should be avoided. These draw out combat with extra actions, and undermine characters built similar to the npc.
While non-combat NPC's gaining xp allows it to scale with the player and continue to be used regardless, it produces an imbalance accelerating the growth of the player it's given too
Recharging divine effects should be limited to exceptional cases, as they drain power from the gods. Magic items of T'or spells should not exist.
Avoid giving free rates to players. For example, free creature abilities should be minimized, and rates granted should be considered.
Rateburning items cannot be created by players, and should be taken seriously when items go out. This isn't to say that they shouldn't go out, but they should be /month for less powerful/temporary effects, and per year for more powerful/permanent effects. Alternatively they can require an appropriate xp cost, and be more frequent.
Items should not have absolutes that the gm in the moment cannot overrule. This puts the gm in a difficult situation, where they either overrule the item, angering the player, or have their plans spoiled.
All damage above 2d6 needs to have a resist check, magical being to half, and physical being to hit.
Spells with duration less than 5 minutes are intended to be used in a limited combat, and should not be made into effect items.
Gods are npcs, any effect that makes you competitive with a god(i.e. ignoring flux), or gives you base or flux, should force you to be an npc. This should never be forced on a player.
There are inherent limitations to classes for a reason. An item shouldn't be given out that allows a priest to still be powered, while breaking creed, nor should an item go out that allows psions to act while casting.
Legendary creature abilities do not go out, ever. Items that emulate them, such as area of effect revokes, should be avoided.
Skills specific to using items are allowable, but a new skill, for general use, is the realm of the rules coordinator, and should be proposed to them, for approval.
Creature abilities, outside of standard limits of availability should be written up.
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