RE: Re: Lending APs with arrows

From: Graham, Andrew <agraham_at_...>
Date: Tue, 12 Sep 2000 14:20:07 +0100

> > > And that armour edge SHOULD come into play twice, once when the
> arrow
> > > is shot, once when the loaned ally attacks.
> > That would mean you have to specify what the loaned AP were to be
> used for
> > in advance. I don't like that.
> But you ARE specifying it: "I shoot arrows at the bad guy, loaning AP
> in support fire to my ally". Take an extreme example: support fire
> against a Gorp. Gorp are immune to normal arrows, and incapable of
> perceiving them, but once loaned the AP, your ally can use them for a
> fire Feat to kill the Gorp. Is that fair?
No but the method of leading the AP has to be relevant. And as you say normal arrows don't matter so don't help so it would be and automatic failure. They can shoot if they like it just wastes time and arrows


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