Rolemaster - School of Hard Knocks - The Skill Companion (English)
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Item is complete unless noted. If you have any questions or comments regarding grading or anything else, please send e-mail to nobleknight nobleknight. Sold Out. Among spell users you have a great proliferation of professions covering a wide range of specialties. Unfortunately this was not true for non spell-using professions; there you had only three or four to choose from and all but one of those were very specialized. This has now been corrected. You now have a wider variety to choose from on this front.
The last section of the book covers a selection of optional rules for maintaining a balance of power with both non spell-using and spell-using characters. In the core books, a set of magical risk factor rules are presented.
These rules are based upon the hypothesis that there is a concentrated source of powerful evil that would want to take notice of spell casters. The author presents two new versions of this chart. The first is for good old mother nature taking exception to too much magic released in a given area and the other is in the case of the campaign setting having a much less defined source of evil, such as several groups who may even oppose each other in addition to spell casters. Also presented are several new creatures that like magic users very much.
In fact, they often feed off the magic spent by spell users, with detrimental effects to those spells.
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Another item that the author notes is the fact that spell casters have an innate advantage to resisting spells due to their required higher scores in the stats used to resist spells. The author has a delightful solution to this inequality, namely the creation of a new skill category and a set of skills to be used to resist spells, poisons, and diseases.
I find that the solution makes very good sense, and helps to offset the natural advantage spell casters have. Finally, the author presents a fairly detailed description of the visible manifestations of spell casting for the different realms. He also offers some suggestions for how this would interact with Spell Trickery and some suggestions on how difficult it is to actually detect some of the more subdued spells.
Time to wrap up this review and to give my overall opinion of this product, School of Hard Knocks. The Pros. The Cons. Overall, I would have to say that if you want to add more detail to your game, then this book is for you. The same goes if you want to play a non-spell user, or wish to bring back some balance to your campaign for non-spell users. On a personal note, I would heartily encourage the acquisition of this book, as it can only add to your campaign. Editor's Note. Their contact details are as follows: Iron Crown Enterprises P. All trademarks and copyrights are acknowledged.
Please post your comments on this review on the General Discussion Board. Section 1. Uncoordinated Efforts - This is where a group of individuals work together for a common goal without having a clear leader of some sort. This could be a group of adventurers trying to scale a wall or even a small band of spell casters attempting a ritual.
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Coordinated Efforts - This is where you have a distinct leader for the group who is attempting a specific task. The leader can even assist the group members in their portions of the task, thus helping to boost the overall bonus for attempting the task. A good example of this is the General who relies on his staff for advice before attempting to decide on what tactics to use in an upcoming battle.
Just remember that as the old adage says, " Too many cooks can spoil the broth ".
This section gives guidelines on how to accomplish this. A good example would be making a skill roll for Trap Lore before attempting to Disarm Traps. Section 3. Section 4. Section 5. Section 6. Start by pressing the button below! Hard Knocks. Read more. Hard Knocks U.
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