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   * All magical effects that scale off a character'​s attributes, DP, and skills only account for the character'​s magically unmodified attributes. This includes spell effects which force contested checks, and applies to both parties of the contested checks.   * All magical effects that scale off a character'​s attributes, DP, and skills only account for the character'​s magically unmodified attributes. This includes spell effects which force contested checks, and applies to both parties of the contested checks.
   * Psions cannot buy a number of total ranks in a spellgroup exceeding twice the group'​s relevant attribute. (Ex: Psions cannot buy more than 2*HEA psychometabolism spells.)   * Psions cannot buy a number of total ranks in a spellgroup exceeding twice the group'​s relevant attribute. (Ex: Psions cannot buy more than 2*HEA psychometabolism spells.)
-====== Item Guidelines ======+  * The elven racial bonus to MMOD may instead be applied to LMOD. 
 +  * If a character'​s DP pool reaches an amount below zero equal to their maximum DP, their body is destroyed. If the damage doubles this threshold, there'​s nothing left but red mist. 
 + 
 +===== Item Guidelines ======
    * Modifications to an item should only be made if permission has been given from the GM who originall wrote the item. If that GM is inaccessible,​ then refer to the rules coordinator or an approvals GM.    * Modifications to an item should only be made if permission has been given from the GM who originall wrote the item. If that GM is inaccessible,​ then refer to the rules coordinator or an approvals GM.
    * Magic items that modify other magic items should be given out sparingly. In general, any modifications to an item should be made to the original item's writeup for the sake of simplicity. Alternatively,​ the original item should be deleted, and the GM modifying the item should write up a new item.    * Magic items that modify other magic items should be given out sparingly. In general, any modifications to an item should be made to the original item's writeup for the sake of simplicity. Alternatively,​ the original item should be deleted, and the GM modifying the item should write up a new item.
rulings.txt · Last modified: 2019/02/13 16:34 by macraesmith