> > If you want to use your Strong you have to spent a few moments
> > your muscles (that is, showing them to the audience). If you want
> to use
> > your Martial Arts you have to perform a kata (at least the firsts
> This is exactly what I hate about the rules. If I'm strong, I don't
> flex, I just whack'em. If I'm a martial artist, I'm especially
> careful not to give anything away by doing a kata, and whack'em
> they're expecting some conventional non-martial arts attack. I will
> not have my game polluted by Hollywood! ;-)
> OK, it's clear this is a matter of taste. Thanks for the ideas.
Taste and genre. Its really more cinematic or skaldic. If folks
don't see you flex or smell the crackle of magic or hear the howl of
your battle cry... its not going to help you.
Also, I am starting to realize that you can only make one enhancement
from an affinity - at least of that type. Can't use lightning sword
and flickering blade to augment Close Combat. (But I could use one as
an augment and the other as an enhancement, it seems.)
Asked Flosi: "Is Gunnar home?
"I don't know. But his halberd certainly is"
And with that, he fell down dead.
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