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Woodclaw wrote:Estoirtoh wrote:No feedback at all?
Right now I have almost no time to answer, since I'm wrapped into too many projects at once. Also I'm not a big fan of having the stats of each character aimply because my idea can be radically different (e.g. why is Anderson only Lv5? I thought he would be a little higher).
I was reading the PDF and my and my friends are much bigger fans of mass effect than dragon age.
but we were having a problem with the ammo usage per attack. Does one attack use the entire clip or just some of it? becuase the burst fire says it only uses 5 ammo, so we got really confused. If anyone could help me out that would be really great.
Also I made a character sheet for the MEAGE if anyone is interested. I just dont know how it put it here
If anyone could help with that, that would be great also.
The default assumption is that each attack use 1 shot from the clip, unless it's a burst attack which uses 5.
I hope this helps.
ReaperX5 wrote:I can see how that would make sense for the pistol, shotgun and sniper rifle, but for automatic rifles and SMGs, it doesn't make a whole lot of sense. I'm not sure how you guys played ME, but I usually emptied whole clips into enimes with my Assault rifles.
Maybe there could be an option for automatic weapons where you could either use a sustained fire, using up half a clip as an standard attack, or a "empty the clip" attack where you used an entire clip, got a bonus to attack roll and damage for the sheer amount of you're shooting, but it makes reloading a major action. Or something like that, just throwing it out there...
Also heres the character sheet I made, let me know what you think.
The drell possess eidetic memory, an adaptation to a world where they must remember the location of every necessary resource (vegetation, drinkable water and prey migration paths) across vast distances. The memories are so strong that an external stimulus can trigger a powerful memory recall. These recalls are so vivid and detailed that some drell may mistake it for reality. Thane Krios, for example, remembers every assassination he has ever performed and can describe them in flawless detail, and says he prefers to spend a lonely night with the perfect memory of another. This process can be involuntary.
Rannoch has no insect life. As a result, its pollinating plants evolved to rely on animals for propagation. This symbiosis between flora and fauna is responsible for the quarians' weakened immune systems, which made colonization of other planets extremely difficult after their exile from Rannoch. For many quarians, reclaiming their homeworld from the geth is a matter of both cultural and physiological necessity.
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