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Rules and such / Re: [6e] Adepts and Enchanting
« Last post by Aria on <08-16-22/1715:45> »
I stand corrected, thanks MercilessMing... I don't think it will change how I handle things but then I've never actually had a PC who wanted to invest in enchanting so...
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Rules and such / Re: [6e] Adepts and Enchanting
« Last post by GreatWyrmGold on <08-16-22/1052:34> »
I can't believe that's the only place that actually answers this sort of question. I expected the character creation section would just be summarizing information elsewhere in the book, but...nope. This friggin' system.

Thank you for the answer.
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Rules and such / Re: [6e] Adepts and Enchanting
« Last post by MercilessMing on <08-16-22/0952:18> »
On page 65 and 66 of the core rulebook under Magic/Resonance, it describes what powers each of the Awakened have access to:

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Full magicians gain access to the full range of magical abilities, spellcasting, summoning, and enchanting, as well as offering full access to the astral plane with both astral perception (p. 159) and astral projection (p. 160).
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Aspected magicians are only able to utilize one of the three aspects of magic: spellcasting (Sorcery), summoning (Conjuring), or enchanting (Enchanting). They can access the astral plane with astral perception and projection.
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Adepts focus all of their magic inward, fueling their talents with their innate ability to pull mana in rather than channel it outward. Due to this
physical connection to their magic, they cannot astrally project and only gain the ability to astrally perceive through training. Adepts have a pool of
points equal to their Magic that they use to purchase adept powers.
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Mystic adepts are a blend of inward and outward magic. They are capable of casting spells, summoning spirits, and enchanting items, but they
also channel a portion of their magic inward to fuel adept talents. They are not able to astrally project due to the anchoring effect of their adept powers, but they can astrally perceive.
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Rules and such / Re: [6e] Adepts and Enchanting
« Last post by Aria on <08-16-22/0918:38> »
No idea if it is RAW, or (miss)remembered from previous editions but I've always played it as anyone with a magic attribute can learn enchanting (a master craftsman adept certainly fits the theme)...
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Rules and such / Re: 6E: Junkyard King
« Last post by MercilessMing on <08-15-22/1608:04> »
I'm on the side where 8 karma gives you both benefits.
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Rules and such / Re: 6E: Junkyard King
« Last post by Greysword on <08-15-22/1426:39> »
Thanks Jack & Ming!

Ming, I'm not sure which side you are ruling on, so may I request a rewording of your thoughts?. 

The mechanical properties of each level is separate, and the 8 karma cost does not indicate it includes the 4 karma cost, so it would qualify as separate under the second half of your assessment.  However, I'm not sure that lowering the threshold to fix a vehicle by 1 when using used parts is enough to justify 8 karma on its own. 

Thank you both for your help!
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Rules and such / [6e] Adepts and Enchanting
« Last post by GreatWyrmGold on <08-15-22/1210:59> »
I wanted to see if it was viable to make a physical adept who enchanted his own qi/weapon foci. So I checked the core rulebook's section on enchanting (page 149) to see what kinds of magicians could enchant foci. Nothing. I checked the Enchanting skill description (page 95) to see if it specified who could learn the skill. Nothing. I checked Street Wyrd's enchanting section (page 86) to see if it clarified that point. Nothing.

I'm frustrated and confused that this basic question doesn't seem to be answered anywhere. Who can use the Enchant skill? Just full and enchanting-aspected magicians? Anyone who isn't explicitly limited from using it? Mystic adepts but not physads? Who?
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Rules and such / Re: 6E: Junkyard King
« Last post by MercilessMing on <08-15-22/1116:39> »
It's got to be both.  If the 4 and 8 level benefits are different, that's not a multi level quality, that's two qualities.
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General Discussion / Re: Any info on the Italian edition?
« Last post by Fika on <08-14-22/1231:10> »
Very possible, but why no answer at all for 10 months?  Either Wyrd is lying, or Catalyst is ghosting them for some reasons.
Basically,  I opened this topic because Wyrd is putting the blame on Catalyst;  now I'd like to hear Catalyst's version of the story.

You should try the english facebook group in that case, Jason is more active there.
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Rules and such / Re: 6E: Junkyard King
« Last post by FastJack on <08-14-22/0843:16> »
Both, I would assume.
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