I am a new GM in Anima:Beyond Fantasy and I have some questions as I am reading the rulebook.
First: As a combat round starts when the possible multiple Active Actions from characters should be declared?After everyone rolls for Initiative?And if so, who declares first?
Second: Does the players that want to do more than one actions declare the number and the type of the action at that point?If he anounces that he will do three actions he must make these actions during his turn?
Third:Can he declares that he will do one of the possible active actions more than one in his turn?I ask this because in the example at page 82 the example character Celia declares that she will do two attacks in her turn without having the right, from the example's description, to do so.
Fourth: If anyone declares that he will do two attacks in his turn and those attacks become counterattacks because two enemies with better Initiative attacked him does the second counter attack takes the normal - 25 penalty becuse that player declared two actions?
Fifth: If a player do 2 attacks because he has two weapons in hand and wants to make another one attack because he has 110 Attack ability, where the penalties from doing so many attacks apply?
In an example in the book a character makes the original attack at -25.The extra attack derived from the 110 point in his attack ability he makes at -25 also.Finally the attack with the second weapon has -25 penalty and -40 because he attacked with a secondary weapon.Is this right?
Sixth: When you make an attack with a ranged fired weapon (such as a bow) do you apply your Strength modifier on the ammunition's damage to calculate the damage of the weapon?
Thanks in advance! This RPG looks much promising!