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@Tramp Graphics, I will need your post for the doctors to progress that section. 

@AtariAssasin, I'm going to say that if you want, your master character would have been able to reach the park by now if he wants to look for the source of the disturbance he sensed (it will also give that group a chance to spot your character if that makes life easier). 

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1 minute ago, EliasWindrider said:

@Rabobankrider Aris is going to try to diffuse the fight by flirtatiously offering to let the mando buy her a drink, with possible off screen non reproductive copulation.  She's wearing performer's attire which grants a boost to attract attention and perform.  What should I roll?

She doesn't know Mando etiquette very well.

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I will make a post on my master I guess then. Ideally he would get to the park and locate the source, and then approach it without being detected if possible.

Also, if possible I would like to use Suppress to mask my connection to the force if I can. The description says you create a dampening bubble to prevent the force from being used to harm you.

If not I will just approach cautiously and try and see what theyre up to.

 

(Also, Nordin's plan was really just to buy those people enough time to get away and then flee himself... He thinks he can take him in a lethal fight but hes no brawler)

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On 5/25/2019 at 3:09 PM, AtariAssasin said:

I will make a post on my master I guess then. Ideally he would get to the park and locate the source, and then approach it without being detected if possible.

Also, if possible I would like to use Suppress to mask my connection to the force if I can. The description says you create a dampening bubble to prevent the force from being used to harm you.

If not I will just approach cautiously and try and see what theyre up to.

 

(Also, Nordin's plan was really just to buy those people enough time to get away and then flee himself... He thinks he can take him in a lethal fight but hes no brawler)

Pvp Force powers generally involve opposed discipline check(s).  That's the mechanism to do what you want.

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@EliasWindrider, I'll say you can do an easy perception with a setback to spot a knife near by, and then it would be an easy ranged light using a small improvised weapon. 

@AtariAssasin, another seek check could locate the source when you arrive, or an average perception would help your spot some outsiders. Supress can be used to add faliure to checks against you, so if you wanted to activate the power as you enter the park that would protect you potentially. However you would be unable to use another power. 

The couple Nordin was defending have fled, so if you wanted Nordin could retreat. 

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1 minute ago, Rabobankrider said:

@EliasWindrider, I'll say you can do an easy perception with a setback to spot a knife near by, and then it would be an easy ranged light using a small improvised weapon. 

@AtariAssasin, another seek check could locate the source when you arrive, or an average perception would help your spot some outsiders. Supress can be used to add faliure to checks against you, so if you wanted to activate the power as you enter the park that would protect you potentially. However you would be unable to use another power. 

The couple Nordin was defending have fled, so if you wanted Nordin could retreat. 

So easy would be one purple, does improvised weapon increase the difficulty or add setback(s)?

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3 minutes ago, Tramp Graphics said:

Why not stun the Mando into unconsciousness? He's the trouble-maker. 

A bog standard blaster pistol isn't going to do much against beskar with 5 soak, we didn't see who started the fight, and a true son of Mandalore would likely view beating up someone that has been stunned unconscious dishonorable.  And blow back from shooting a mandalorian  is a lot heftier than shooting their opponent.  Shooting their opponent is something Aris thinks she'd be able to talk her way out of if it came to that.

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4 minutes ago, EliasWindrider said:

A bog standard blaster pistol isn't going to do much against beskar with 5 soak, we didn't see who started the fight, and a true son of Mandalore would likely view beating up someone that has been stunned unconscious dishonorable.  And blow back from shooting a mandalorian  is a lot heftier than shooting their opponent.  Shooting their opponent is something Aris thinks she'd be able to talk her way out of if it came to that.

Not if he's Deathwatch. 

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25 minutes ago, Tramp Graphics said:

Not if he's Deathwatch. 

Please clarify, Did you mean deathwatch wouldn't hesitate to beat up someone who was stunned unconscious or are you saying that Aris doesn't think that she'd be able to talk her way out of it if he was death watch, presuming that she knows what deathwatch is, and presuming that should she be aware of deathwatch  that she'd be able to distinguish between deathwatch and true mandalorians by their armor decoration? (Neither of which are accurate presumptions).

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13 minutes ago, EliasWindrider said:

Please clarify, Did you mean deathwatch wouldn't hesitate to beat up someone who was stunned unconscious or are you saying that Aris doesn't think that she'd be able to talk her way out of it if he was death watch, presuming that she knows what deathwatch is, and presuming that should she be aware of deathwatch  that she'd be able to distinguish between deathwatch and true mandalorians by their armor decoration? (Neither of which are accurate presumptions).

The Former. This territory isn't Death Watch territory. If anything, it's neutral territory. However, Death Watch was never well regarded, and in fact, hated by other Mandalorians, so stunning him should be easy to talk your way out of, IMO. And the reason why they were hated so much is because they didn't have the same sense of honor as the more traditional "true" Mandalorians. They were brutal. They were terrorists both in Canon and Legends. So, yes, a Death Watch member would attack an unconscious opponent. 

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