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Unread postPosted: Thu Sep 16, 2010 11:31 pm
  

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It says that a master psionic has access to powers running the gamut of levels 1-3 psionic powers, but there is no information on what the power selection is. For lesser classes of psionics it hints that there is a random roll to determine powers, but again nothing listed concerning the power selection. For a player with a master psionic I made a quick ruling that he could select one power per each psionic power level per character level of experience.

My question is that if there is a concrete rule on power selection in the mechanoid trilogy, where is it or does anyone else have a better way to handle psionic power selection than my ruling above?

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Unread postPosted: Mon Oct 11, 2010 11:14 am
  

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Grell wrote:
It says that a master psionic has access to powers running the gamut of levels 1-3 psionic powers, but there is no information on what the power selection is. For lesser classes of psionics it hints that there is a random roll to determine powers, but again nothing listed concerning the power selection. For a player with a master psionic I made a quick ruling that he could select one power per each psionic power level per character level of experience.

My question is that if there is a concrete rule on power selection in the mechanoid trilogy, where is it or does anyone else have a better way to handle psionic power selection than my ruling above?


The Mechanoid Invasion Trilogy: Page 31, bottom right side "Determining Psionic Abilities"

50% chance to know each ability. So at creation, you roll for each level one psioninc ability to see if you have it. At the 2nd level you roll for those, etc.


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I am so glad they got rid of that leveled psionic system...or at least they way they had implemented it.

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Unread postPosted: Fri Nov 18, 2011 12:37 am
  

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Arion wrote:
Grell wrote:
It says that a master psionic has access to powers running the gamut of levels 1-3 psionic powers, but there is no information on what the power selection is. For lesser classes of psionics it hints that there is a random roll to determine powers, but again nothing listed concerning the power selection. For a player with a master psionic I made a quick ruling that he could select one power per each psionic power level per character level of experience.

My question is that if there is a concrete rule on power selection in the mechanoid trilogy, where is it or does anyone else have a better way to handle psionic power selection than my ruling above?


The Mechanoid Invasion Trilogy: Page 31, bottom right side "Determining Psionic Abilities"

50% chance to know each ability. So at creation, you roll for each level one psioninc ability to see if you have it. At the 2nd level you roll for those, etc.


Wow, sorry I missed this response! Thank you, that makes sense! :)

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