Range (x) [Keyword]

The Range keyword indicates the action can be used on a distant target. The value of x, e.g. Range (3), is the range step in 5' squares. Within the first range step (e.g. 3 squares) there is no range penalty. For each additional range step after the first the target receives a 1d6+0 situation bonus to their resistance. Ranged actions without a Range (x) keyword are treated as Range (0) and each square from attacker to target including the target's square adds 1d6+0 to the resistance.

In actions that contains multiple advantages with the Range (x) keyword, the range steps accumulate. For example, two advantages with the Range (1) keyword in the same action become Range (2).

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