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Manual available for d/l on GOG!


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wanderon

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Just downloaded the manual on GOG - wooot!  :w00t:


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It's been available on Steam for days. It's pretty useless, most of the info is months old and completely wrong. I think it still talks about Damage Threshold.



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Huzzah. Let us celebrate the spread of inaccurate information. That can only help.

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I wonder if this is correct??

 

Under Skills:

 

General Use
During any situation where a skill is checked against a challenge’s
level of diffi culty, the party member with the highest relevant skill is
represented as the starting benchmark. If their skill outweighs the
diffi culty score, the player’s efforts succeed.
 
 


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I wonder if this is correct??

 

Under Skills:

 

General Use
During any situation where a skill is checked against a challenge’s
level of diffi culty, the party member with the highest relevant skill is
represented as the starting benchmark. If their skill outweighs the
diffi culty score, the player’s efforts succeed.

 

 

It is not. For dialogue, it's always the main character, and for scripted events, you choose. There might be exceptions, but that's how it works most of the time, at least.






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