En lista över de Abilites vi använder i vår krönika.
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En lista över de Abilites vi använder i vår krönika.
Subterfuge is the ability to live convincingly and to conceal one’s own motives and feelings. It serves legitimate as well as criminal purposes: Diplomats and even confessors sometimes use it to draw out information from others.
• Novice: You get away with small lies most of the time.
•• Practiced: You’re seldom questioned about your chosen explanations.
••• Competent: You maintain the trustworthy demeanor of a professional thief and liar.
•••• Expert: Even wise and noble souls are pawns in your schemes.
••••• Master: Whenever the accusations fly, you’re the last one anyone doubts.
Leadership is the ability to make others carry out orders. It doesn’t change their underlying outlook or convictions; it lets the would-be leader seem credible or worthy of respect based upon whatever their standards are. It’s usually rolled with Charisma rather than Manipulation to reflect this distinction.
• Novice: You’ve organized small ventrues in your hometown with moderate success.
•• Practiced: You routinely direct small groups of your neighbors and peers.
••• Competent: Your duties include the exercise of authority, such as serving as captain of the guard or abbot of a monastery, and you discharge them well.
•••• Expert: You act capably as a leader of people throughout your region.
••••• Master: You are, or can be if you choose, a great warlord, pillar of the Church or other famous leader of your time.
Intimidation is the ability to make others do what you want, not out of respect or conviction but out of fear of the consequences if they disobey. It may include the use of threats, physical force or purely psychological tactics, depending on the individual.
• Novice: You can reliably get your way with much weaker targets.
•• Practiced: People around you know that when you make threats, you mean them, and they try not to cross you.
••• Competent: You exert the commanding presence of an authority figure, regardless of your actual status.
•••• Expert: Even those who like you feel some nervousness in your presence, and the masses fear your wrath.
••••• Master: You are well on your way to becoming one of the legendary tyrants of the age.
Empathy is the ability to understand others’ emotional states and to present a suitable response – whether the character genuinely sympathizes with others or simply wishes to use them. It’s crucial in unraveling motives and helpfil in detecting dishonesty.
• Novice: You seem sympathetic to people with whom you share something in common.
•• Practiced: You share others’ joys and sorrows, even when you haven’t made any particular effort at it.
••• Competent: You display keen insights into others’ souls and enjoy a measure of respect or fear depending on how you use your wisdom.
•••• Expert: Few people can deceive you. Enemies mutter that you deal with dark powers, and friends believe that God has given you a special perception.
••••• Master: Nothing human is mysterious to you.
Dodge is the ability to get out of harm’s way whether in combat or in the face of other sorts of danger. It encompasses the use of cover and agile maneuvering, and it comes from the systematic training of a knight or the rough-and-ready experience and instincts of a thief or brawler. Dodge plays a crucial role in the survival of any character who fights often, greatly increasing his chances of escaping damage.
• Novice: You reflexively avoid minor sources of injury and show a measure of grace in your movements.
•• Practiced: You’re hard to hurt unless someone or something catches you by surprise.
••• Competent: It takes serious effort for an opponent to hit you; you get out of the way of most thrown objects as well as immediate dangers.
•••• Expert: Only skilled warriros can expect to hurt you very much.
••••• Master: Wherever a threat is, you’re almost inevitably somewhere else.
Brawl is the ability to fight unarmed, whether with a specific system of techniques or simply flailing away and relying on one’s experience of where and how to strike. Brawling well requires coordination, speed, the ability to withstand pain and the willingness to deal out “unfair” assaults, particularly against strong or quick opponents.
• Novice: You don’t immediately fold in the face of a fight.
•• Practiced: You’ve had your share of tussles with neighbors and other local brawlers.
••• Competent: You fight with confidence and competence, and you can count on winning or at least coming through a fight and remaining standing.
•••• Expert: You can take on most opponents and expects to win.
••••• Master: You do as much with your fists as many soldiers and knights do with their weapons.
Athletics is aptitude for physical exertion, be it during relatively formal sports or simply in the course of an active life. Athletic feats that are directly related to combat are covered by Brawl, Dodge, Melee and the other combat Abilities, except in the case of thrown weapons. These require Athletics.
• Novice: You lead a moderately active existence.
•• Practiced: You can compete effectively in local sporting competitions.
••• Competent: You can support yourself, at least in large measure, with the prizes you win in challenges of physical excellence.
•••• Expert: Stories of your prowess circulate widely.
••••• Master: Your reputation precedes you, and would-be rivals feel awe at your ability.
Alertness is the ability to notice things that are going on in one’s vicinity, with or without actively searching for them. Most Alertness rolls pair this Ability with Perception, and it generally applies to physical stimuli rather than matters of mood, the soul and so on.
• Novice: You’re seldom taken completely by surprise.
•• Practiced: Wihspers do not go unheard in your vicinity.
••• Competent: You maintain a constant vigil.
•••• Expert: Few hidden things are safe around you.
••••• Master: Your senses push the boundaries of human potential and rival those of the beasts of the field.