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open:mechanics:core:assisted_extended_actions [2013/12/04 10:23]
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 In narrative actions characters have the time to work together effectively. One character is nominated as the leader for the action. This is normally the most proficient at the task and everyone else takes their cues from them. Each character selects their advantages and rolls their dice, and the total from all the characters involved is the action'​s score. In narrative actions characters have the time to work together effectively. One character is nominated as the leader for the action. This is normally the most proficient at the task and everyone else takes their cues from them. Each character selects their advantages and rolls their dice, and the total from all the characters involved is the action'​s score.
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 +There is a drawback to working together. Each person involved in the action adds a 1d6+0 situation bonus to the resistance, e.g. two people co-operating increases the resistance by 2d6+0. The task is made harder because some of each person'​s attention and efforts are spent co-coordinating with other people. Any number of characters may be involved in an action if the situation allows it. However, five people trying to break down a door are likely to get in each other'​s way. Additional situation bonuses may be awarded to the resistance if the characters'​ ability to work together is restricted.
  
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-There is a drawback to working together. Each person involved in the action adds a 1d6+0 situation bonus to the resistance, e.g. two people co-operating increases the resistance by 2d6+0. The task is made harder because some of each person'​s attention and efforts are spent co-coordinating with other people. Any number of characters may be involved in an action if the situation allows it. However, five people trying to break down a door are likely to get in each other'​s way. Additional situation bonuses may be awarded to the resistance if the characters'​ ability to work together is restricted. 
  
 Assisted actions take longer than normal because the characters have to spend time communicating the plan and coordinating their actions. Due to this chatter it is also noisier, which may alert guards or other threats to the characters'​ presence. Assisted actions take longer than normal because the characters have to spend time communicating the plan and coordinating their actions. Due to this chatter it is also noisier, which may alert guards or other threats to the characters'​ presence.
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