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Storm of Force Willpower Test

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Hi, quick question-

how does this power work?

 

You spend your entire turn (full action) to manifest power.

Then in next turn you can make willpower test to attack.

 

is the test free, half or full action?

 

is it free or half - can i use other attack actions?

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A full action manifestation just means you can't perform any other actions, like half move. The effects of the power go through that round. No you cannot use any other attack actions. Just the power that round.

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A full action manifestation just means you can't perform any other actions, like half move. The effects of the power go through that round. No you cannot use any other attack actions. Just the power that round.

manifstation... but the manifestation just casts the spell... actual attack comes from sustaining it till the next turn and using the test then.

since you can sustain a power as free action (right?) you can keep this power up at second turn, and have full action availiable.

you dont need to re-cast it. just keep it up.

 

im asking about the mentioned willpower test, that is used to actually atack - it is not specified that it is free action or whatever

 

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from the start:

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1. you cast this power at your turn, spending full action. end turn.

2. its your turn again. you sustain the power (as free action), you have full action availiable. and can atack with power USING A TEST (not mentioned how much time the test takes). meaning you have either full action, half action or no action left after using this test.... depending what kind of test it is..how big part of your action it takes..

 

(this power has parts/sequences which is weird.. forst you cast it, and then next turn you sustain the power and atack, and so on and so on. the test itself beeing what?  )

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Storm of Force

Value: 500 xp
Prerequisites: Telekinetic Weapon
Focus Power Test: Willpower
Range: 5m x Psy Rating radius
The psyker has developed his powers to the furthest reaches. He can generate a rain of force bolts that can smash his enemies in a savage storm of psychic fury. The psyker can pick out a number of targets equal to his Psy Rating for each round that he maintains this power. The psyker must make a Ballistic Skill Test to hit each of the targets, and deals 2d10 Impact Damage with a bonus of +2 Damage per Psy Rating.
No target may be hit more than once a round.

 

1 Full turn to manifest the power. Then you can choose to either:

   a: use it that turn to target a number of targets equal to his Psy Rating that round. Ending it this way requires another Focus Power Test next turn if desired to use the power again;

   b: sustain it for another full action to target an additional number of targets equal to his Psy Rating, sustaining as desired for additional rounds. 

 

Fairly clear here.  :P

Edited by Cogniczar

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i found some edited version:

The psyker has developed his powers to the furthest reaches. He
can generate a rain of force bolts that can smash his enemies
in a savage storm of psychic fury. The psyker can pick out a
number of targets equal to his Psy Rating for each round that he
maintains this power. The psyker must make a Challenging (+0)
Willpower Test to hit each of his targets., and deals 2d10 Impact
Damage with a bonus of +3 Damage per Psy Rating. No target
may be hit more than once a round. This attack can be dodged in
the same manner as any other ranged attack.”

 

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but yeah i kinda got what you tried to explain.

in power description it isnt specified that power ends after the test...

and usually sustaining power in next turns is free acion, in this case it is not? and requires full action? do i need to roll again in each turn to sustain it if not used to atack?

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