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dungeonguru
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Old July 12th, 2018, 07:41 PM
Anyone know if it is possible to inject the hero's name into the Legendary actions header? I've banged around a bit but there seems to be no way to modify a Legendary action header beyond modifying the number of actions via the hero field tLegAction which controls the number of actions.

Any devs out there listening in?

Edit: As I'm diving deeper into lesser used fields and tags I think I'm going to start keeping track of interesting behaviors I find.

1. Did you know that races have a field named "rNumHands" that is default set to 2. You can give your races (like girallon) actual hands to hold weapons - behavior test seems to indicate that 1 hand is considered the primary and all the others are secondary. This does not add extra checkboxes to the sheet on the Weapons tab, but allows you to equip 1 primary weapon (1st) and a larger number of secondaries (2nd). You can also equip one two-handed weapon and still have one-handed off-hand attacks equal to you your number of hands minus one.

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