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#1 HappyDaze

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Posted 18 September 2012 - 08:28 AM

I've been looking at these two powers for a Wyrdling mutant and I have a few head-scratching issues with them. Foreshadow begins with, "Peering into the future for a brief instant," and takes a Half Action. In Harm's Way begins with, "By taking a deep look into the near future," and yet it akes only a Free Action. Is this correct?


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Posted 18 September 2012 - 11:23 AM

HappyDaze said:

I've been looking at these two powers for a Wyrdling mutant and I have a few head-scratching issues with them. Foreshadow begins with, "Peering into the future for a brief instant," and takes a Half Action. In Harm's Way begins with, "By taking a deep look into the near future," and yet it akes only a Free Action. Is this correct?

Page 169 RT for those of you who are curious.  Foreshadow does cost less, possibly why it's a Half Action. 

But I think I get it. Foreshadow only deals with one specific action, while In Harm's Way encompasses multiple actions in the near future.  Nope……..  That just disproved my point all together…….. huh….  *shrugs*  No idea.  They should be switched in IMHO now that I peer more closely into this distant dilemma.  Gazing into the errata for another possible outcome.  My errata said "Outlook, not so good."  No help there. 


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