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RE: (TFT) ...and a monster suggestion. --> Displacer Beasts
It pains me to disagree with two such great lights as Rick and
The new guy is right on with Image. It's an Image. Not an
Illusion. It can't do damage. It doesn't do damage. It seems
to whip toward you, but the blows land from elsewhere. When you
hit it, the image wavers, or for the rules purists, is destroyed
and instantly re-created. This is a natural power and doesn't
cost ST. (see the Apep, if this pains you) I would add that my
researches have shown the skull of a displacer beast can be used
to create a Maintain Image item or an Invisibility item (or one
item that does both), and that the skin will serve as a
component for an item which creates an image or illusion of the
--- David Michael Grouchy II
> >Rick wrote...
> > I am a little troubled by the
> >image being able to take blows.
> My thought is that the Illusion spell would cover it
> better. Everything
> else seems right, to down right cool. Seeing as he doesn't
> have a copy of
> wizard, I can see how "image" was the word used by accident.
> "If it [an image] hits or touches something, or something
> hits or touches
> it, the image disappears."
> AW page 5
> "An illusion has the exact characteristics of the thing it
> An illusionary wolf has ST 10 and DX 14 just like a real one.
> It can be
> killed just like a real wolf too, if it takes 9 hits, its
> unconscious and
> the 10th hit "kills" it. It then vanishes."
> AW page 5
> So he says the illusion is automatically replaced. This
> would be
> cheeply done if the displacer empowered with a maintain
> illusion. It would
> only cost the displacer 2 fs to cast the illusion and it would
> indefinetly or untill "killed".
> David Michael Grouchy II
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