I've mostly completed the process of transitioning my game from a Warhammer 1E campaign to a Warhammer 3E campaign. Most of the shift was surprisingly simple. But now there's a conundrum.
I've got a High Elf player who has just completed the Scribe career. She's been gunning for the advanced career of Lawyer up until now (because every adventuring group needs a lawyer!), but it turns out that 3E doesn't have a Lawyer career. However, the Envoy class is a very close match to how we've been role-playing that career goal, so I think we'll go for that.
The problem here is that the Scribe has two Focus slots, while the Envoy has two Reputation slots. If she transitions from a fully-advanced Scribe with multiple Focus talents, as far as I can tell those will be totally useless once she enters Envoy. Is this correct?
So first question: Is there actually a Lawyer advanced career anywhere, custom or official?
Second, would inclusion of a house rule stating "if you complete your career and purchase the dedication bonus, keep all of its talent slots" totally break the game? If so, would there be a good way to keep this rule, but also balance it out on the enemy side?