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Re: (TFT) If you are left handed...
My issue becomes one of cost.... at IQ7, the talent costs roughly half
of the available knowledge slots of said lumbering giant.... I compare
that, in my mind, to say the costs of the vastly useful skill
Now, for me, when I run across something like this talent -- less a
learned trait and more a genetic one (again, vastly open to debate, but
it works for me), I make the costs come out of the initial point
allocation. For example, a character with 8/8/8 and 8 to distribute
can take a trait (advantage, disadvantage) which can change the
distributed 8 point.
Just my $0,000,000.02 worth.
--- Pasha and or Rick Smith <email@example.com> wrote:
> I agree this is more of an advantage than a talent.
> are things people should be able to 'learn'. If it
> _IS_ a talent I also
> agree it should have a lower IQ. (IQ 7 I think.)
> The question I
> would ask my self is: "Do I mind Giants NOT being
> able to take
> this talent?" I see no reason why their low IQ
> should prevent
> Ambidexterous giants.
> Just my vote.
> >IQ 10
> >AMBIDEXTEROUS (3). This person has trained
> him/her self to use
> both hands...
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