Sylvius the Mad Posted July 22, 2013 Share Posted July 22, 2013 Example: Okay, Sawyer said "No matter how you allocate your points." So, we could surmise "Hey, that means if you just put 1 point into each stat, then click 'create', you've STILL got a viable character! 8D!" Words have meaning. It could also mean that we won't be allowed to assign points in such extreme ways - that viable scores will be mechanically enforced (much like how NWN2 had a minimum score that was well above the D&D theoretical minimu of 3). But either way, that's what he said. And it follows, deductively, from what he said that we won't be able to assign points in a non-viable way. When, obviously he was assuming people weren't going to imply such a silly thing from those words, even though they could technically mean that.First of all, you mean infer, not imply. And second, no, that's not obvious at all. If it were obvious, everyone would see it, and I certainly don't. God used to be my co-pilot, but then we crashed in the Andes and I had to eat him. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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