So I'm curious, those of you who GM or have a GM and experience something like this, here'a a question and situation basically and I'm curious how you guys & gals handle it, or if you even allow it to a certain point.
A character with huge Fellowship and lots of bonuses (+20, Talented, Peer, etc), with these skills. They can roll 80~100 or higher easily for tests with stacked values. They can do this early on. And most opposed tests are Willpower, Scrutiny, etc. All of which really, are going to be in the 40's or 50's really unless you fudge up your NPC stats for this purpose (at least most of them; some opponents/NPC's might have big Fellowship, like a NPC Rogue Trader or something).
How do you handle a character that is great at social interaction and basically can roll to foil every social interaction setting by leading the conversation to whatever they want? Can't get through the door to the secret meeting? Charm/Deceive/Intimidate them. Boom. You're in. No combat sessions needed. At a secret moot with other Rogue Traders? Charm/Deceive/Intimidate and boom, you might just sway them to do what you want.
Do you folks have problems with this? Have you had issues where entire planned encounters are basically wiped away because someone brought a really good social interaction character? Are there times that you make the roll fail, no matter what, because it would change your planned encounter?
Interested in your thoughts.