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Old July 18th, 2010, 07:48 PM
Has anyone else noticed that the accurare feat in powers has been restricted to attacks only? How then can I note a sense or sense type as being accurate?something that "pain" requires- I can mark the pain attk itself as acurate but as a preception range power it requirs that i use an accurate sense. (the corebook even goes so far as to say that for humans normal sight is accurate and UP SAYS sight and touch are accurate in humans.) How can I best reflect these on my sheet?

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Old July 18th, 2010, 08:05 PM
Super-Senses. You add the Accurate option and then specify the sense you're enhancing. Or, if you're just using your regular accurate senses (sight probably in this case), you don't have to add anything.
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Old July 19th, 2010, 06:36 AM
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Super-Senses. You add the Accurate option and then specify the sense you're enhancing. Or, if you're just using your regular accurate senses (sight probably in this case), you don't have to add anything.
Thanks for your response Duggan... but this was the point of my post, IF you try to add accurate feat to even supersenses....accrurate power feat has been restricted to attacks only. you cant choose it EVEN for supersenses. even though you should be able to select accurate for either super or normal senses - if not even some of both. Examples of normal human senses include sight- from the corebook- UP add touch to that for humans.
(most likely, as you stated, I'll be using normal sight for the accurate sense for the pain power though)

BTW: IVE DOWLAODED THE BETA TEST VERSION OF THE NEWEST UPDATE- SO I DUNNO IF YOURE HAVING THI SAME ISSUE.

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Old July 19th, 2010, 06:50 AM
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Thanks for your response Duggan... but this was the point of my post, IF you try to add accurate feat to even supersenses....accrurate power feat has been restricted to attacks only. you cant choose it EVEN for supersenses. even though you should be able to select accurate for either super or normal senses - if not even some of both. Examples of normal human senses include sight- from the corebook- UP add touch to that for humans.
(most likely, as you stated, I'll be using normal sight for the accurate sense for the pain power though)

BTW: IVE DOWLAODED THE BETA TEST VERSION OF THE NEWEST UPDATE- SO I DUNNO IF YOURE HAVING THI SAME ISSUE.
Don't do it as a Power Feat Atlarman. When you open Super Senses look on the right-hand side and you'll see "add a Power Option." Click that and you'll find Accurate. Then you just "fill in the blank" with the sense to which it applies.

Hope that does the trick for you,
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Old July 19th, 2010, 07:13 AM
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Don't do it as a Power Feat Atlarman. When you open Super Senses look on the right-hand side and you'll see "add a Power Option." Click that and you'll find Accurate. Then you just "fill in the blank" with the sense to which it applies.

Hope that does the trick for you,
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Ok ill try that.... wonder if a notation like that normal sight and or touch (as per normaal humans would work there? ah well in any case it really needs to be added as a feat option as in the book. instead of custom i think. thanks 4 the advice- even an opition to add which sense is accurate in the pain power-where accurate is a requrement- would work nicely.

Oh nevermind it works fine as is lol I'm just a dork! (somewhere i'm sure my GM must be nodding in agreement right now lmap) thanks again nigel.

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Old July 19th, 2010, 07:34 AM
DOH lol - I got it( finally) thanks nigel! Dude this character has alot of nuances to his senses!
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