On Wednesday, September 3, 2003, at 07:34 AM, Alex Ferguson wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 02, 2003 at 10:22:50PM -0400, Dave Camoirano wrote:
> > No.
> > What Jeff said is accurate: it's not a talent.
> > You're correct when you say it's unclear. Nowhere in the Puma
> > description does it say it's a talent. It is not a common magic
> > and not learned but something that they can just do. This is also why
> > they don't suffer the inherently difficult magic hurdle.
> You may want to look up "innate magic" in the rules before making this
> sort of 'clarification'; see my earlier post on this topic.
I did. Several times.
p. 104: "any magical ability *whose nature is not specified during character creation* is assumed to be a talent"
The middle section of that sentence is key. There's *nothing* in the rules that say you can't specify that a magic you were born with is not common magic.
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