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  • Accelerator
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    Yes. But can an antagonist use environmental attacks?

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  • Iceblade44
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    Originally posted by Accelerator View Post

    Question. What if someone blasts you and your surroundings with fire. Does that count as a normal attack, or environmental damage?

    Also, yes. You block. For one turn. You'll have to keep swinging, right?
    That sounds like a giant fireball, I wouldn't count that to be environmental. Environmental effects is more like things that happen in the background but can still effect you, that sounds like a straight on attack.

    Edit: now if it’s about the remnant fires that still keep around after an attack that massive, I can say that would be environmental
    Last edited by Iceblade44; 09-19-2018, 10:32 PM.

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  • Accelerator
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    Originally posted by The Wizard of Oz View Post
    I think those would be environmental effects. You'd defend using the Survival charms for Environmental effects.

    Though if the ST was like "the fire turns into a raging inferno, you take like a million billion damage" you could use HGD for 4m, 1wp to perfectly defend.
    Question. What if someone blasts you and your surroundings with fire. Does that count as a normal attack, or environmental damage?

    Also, yes. You block. For one turn. You'll have to keep swinging, right?

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  • Accelerator
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    Originally posted by ajf115 View Post
    Is there any way to shorten the Interval of a Sorcerous Working?
    I remember a fan made initiation. Sorcerer sage or something. Sacrifice rolls, to shorten intervals.

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    http://forum.theonyxpath.com/forum/m...rew-initiation

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  • Kelly Pedersen
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    Originally posted by ajf115 View Post
    Is there any way to shorten the Interval of a Sorcerous Working?

    Not in any of the current stuff we have for 3e. I wouldn't take that as an absolute ban on such effects, though - I know the Devs have mentioned that they would probably put sorcery-affecting charms and such into a hypothetical sorcery book, and I would suspect those would include ways to shorten working intervals, at least for workings of a circle below what you can accomplish by default.

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