Ok, I was watching the star wars the outher day and I was thinking about what the force would be in murpg. I'm a lumper rather then a splitter so here is how I would do it.
The Force package +4 Telekinesis Telepathy -Illusions -Telepathic Communication -Empathy Precognition (Able to move up to AN number of stones from this action to other actions after actions are revealed)
Options: Energy Absorption at +4 Fear at +1 Imbument of objects only at +4 Healing at +2
You can also purchase a modifier for it called Midi-chlorians at +4.
Lightsaber is a sword that has a modifier number of whatever it is built as. It also has the special rule that if it is weilded by a user with precognition or the force it can be used defensively as part of the close combat action against ranged combat. Energy attacks are redirected as the lightsaber wielder chose as a ranged combat attack of as many stones as the defense was above the attack. IE: A blaster is fired at a Jedi who is using his lightsaber with an attack number of 4, if the Jedi has put 6 into his defense, then he can direct a 2 stone attack at whatever he wants.
With that said, can you add all of your Force powers under one combined action and still have more actions. With what he has there, its a total of 7 actions, that would leave me with 2 more actions. As a Jedi that would be very limited to the mundane actions Close Combat and Social skills. We all know that there are more skills that are used, ranged combat, vehicle ops and perhaps others.
Post by 77odinson77 on Apr 2, 2018 13:33:47 GMT -5
I have to say I agree with WildKnight, but what you want to do is possible and would require just a few additional Actions. The D20 Star Wars game, as well as the old D6 one I believe, had three divisions of force powers: Alter, Control, and Sense (plus a few general Force abilities available to force-sensitive non-Jedi). You could set them up as separate Masteries (Force, Control, Sense, and Alter), and then define the different force abilities as Options of those Actions. It's the way I did it with my group and it was pretty well received.