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Started by Trevis Martin, December 06, 2008, 04:19:37 AM
Quote from: PlotinAs the wording of the sentence gives the demon as the active part on the first roll, "success" means victory by the demon and "failure" victory by the target; with the second roll, it is the other way around. I can't believe that this is how Hint is supposed to work. Or does it really mean:First roll: Power wins over Will: proceed to roll Humanity vs. victoriesWill wins over Power: hallucinations for the target, do not proceed to rollSecond roll:Humanity wins over Victories: target's player may ask questionVictories win over Humanity: convulsions for the target
Quote...each successive attempt with the same demon will incur a cumulative -1 penalty, including unsuccessful instances. These penalties are permanent.
Quote... If the option a is true.he demon would be less and less able to win the Power vs Will roll, which, if we accept Plotin's interpretation of the power would lead to more victories for the target and thus stronger hallucination penalties. This progressively weakens Hint from being used as a weapon.