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ThatRandomGuy
I have recently acquired the warriors hand book and as I was looking through it and I saw the skills on the tables say things like cost +45pts next to the skill and at the beginning of the table it says a certain number of points post level 8, e.g. table 1 says 0pts post 8th level. what are these points and how do you acquire them?




Thanks Reece
Naga
QUOTE(ThatRandomGuy @ Oct 20 2013, 11:49 AM) *
I have recently acquired the warriors hand book and as I was looking through it and I saw the skills on the tables say things like cost +45pts next to the skill and at the beginning of the table it says a certain number of points post level 8, e.g. table 1 says 0pts post 8th level. what are these points and how do you acquire them?
Thanks Reece



When your character reaches 8th level you will then start to get points instead of levels you can then use these points to buy the abilities
ThatRandomGuy
QUOTE(Naga @ Oct 20 2013, 10:54 AM) *
When your character reaches 8th level you will then start to get points instead of levels you can then use these points to buy the abilities


thank you very much for telling me, do you know how many points you get per quest
Padallen
Hi Reece,

You can only buy abilities from the table you have reached, so to start with (once you are 8th level!) you will only be able to buy abilities off table one. As you can buy these from when you are 0pts.

So when you get to 200pts, or more, you will then be ably to buy abilities off table one and two!

Significantly you should remember that you spend the points but your total points you have collected does not reduce.
(Yes this is a bit complicated, especially to explain over the forums!)

So... On your post 8th, green, character card, if you lay it out flat with your character details on the left....
The fist quarter has your info on and also your character number in the box in the top left. And your 'Restore to Life %'.
On the second quarter there is a squared grid saying 'Total Points Past 8th' this is where the reff will write your points on at the end of each adventure. This points total will only ever go up.
In the third quarter (and continuing onto the forth and then over on to the other side of your card) is a table with four columns, this is where you will list the abilities you choose to buy with the points you earn. In the first column you write how much the ability is, the second the name of the ability, the third the total points you have spent so far, which again will be an ever increasing number and in the fourth you will need to get a reff to sign to prove that they have checked your 'spend' correctly!

For example, (I have based this on info from the Handbook with is downloadable from the Laby website for free!)
Rebirth is a 10pts ability (available to anyone).
+1DAC is a 35pt ability (available to anyone).
+2DAC is a +40pt ability (available to anyone except wizards).
(the + before the points cost means that this ability can only be bought after a preceding ability +1DAC in this example!)
+1 Strength is 70pts (but only available to a warrior).

So if you where 180pts you could choose to buy all these abilities.
And they would appear on you card as below!

Cost....Ability..........Total...Sig
10.......Rebirth.........10..........
35.......+1 DAC........45..........
40.......+2 DAC........85..........
70.......+1 Strength..155 .......

You would then get a ref to sign off the last column! smile.gif

Hope that makes some sense and clears a few bits up! If not chat to me and ask when your next down! smile.gif
Padallen
QUOTE(ThatRandomGuy @ Oct 20 2013, 01:13 PM) *
do you know how many points you get per quest

Young players get a maximum of 25pts for playing half a day and a maximum of 60pts for playing all day! smile.gif
PhilB
QUOTE(Padallen @ Oct 20 2013, 01:16 PM) *
Hi Reece,

<<big snip>>

Hope that makes some sense and clears a few bits up! If not chat to me and ask when your next down! smile.gif


that is a remarkably concice way of explaining how it works - as you say, easy to explain face to face with a card as an example - hard to explain on the forums...

good work smile.gif

Phil.
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