Monthly Archives: October 2010

Sword damage from a circular swing

This topic feels endless.  I have been doing so much research that I can’t put exactly everything together yet. When searching the internet you can find but one single extensive essay on this topic; it is not even necessary to … Continue reading

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TRAITS – Part I – Patience and Timing

Patience Patience is an important trait in many aspects of a character. Waiting for the right moment can be critical when determining the success of an outcome such as waiting for the fish to be hooked properly or for avoiding … Continue reading

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How you learn and develop your skills

The learning of Skills is divided into three steps. Each step is dependant on one of the three information processing Mental Faculties> Instinct, Intuition and Intelligence. First Step – Trained The first step in learning a skill is to get … Continue reading

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A glimpse of the character sheet

Introduction The character sheet above is an early map of what is included and how a character is described. It is not finished but might give a good idea of what it will end up as. All the Skills, Traits, … Continue reading

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