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Re: (TFT) Clarification
I agree, it does make wizards much more powerful.
I have balanced this by giving fighters many, varied and more
powerful talents. (I've also lowered the memory cost of most
of the talents.)
>If you read the example of play in the back of the Wizard rules
>booklet, it seems clear to me that fST was intended to count
>towards killing people. Not counting fST toward death seems
>to bias the game even more in favor of wizards. Have you
>noticed any negative effect on playability due to this rule?
>On Tue, 16 Nov 1999, Pasha and or Rick Smith wrote:
>> I don't remember what TFT says, but in my campaign
>> the person would be unconscious. Basically it was too easy to
>> die in TFT, so I don't count fST towards killing people.
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