utsukushi wrote:You're right, though, I was a little unclear. Concentration on a power doesn't interfere with your other Mind skills, so why would those Mind skills interfere with your Concentration on a power?
Because by the way Concentration implemented it's other actions or situations interrupt Concentration, not Concentration interrupts other actions. If things like Find would be possible to "store", I'd use Concentration rules for them as well.
utsukushi wrote:Iceshard also had a good point that if Mind Skills force a Concentration check, that means Mind-based powers (Precognition, Divination, and Alteration) all have this added penalty, while Faith, Kinesis, Telepathy, Apportation and Conjuration all don't.
Brrrr. I'm starting to afraid my English isn't good enough to get a problem.Case 1.
I'm having on Concentration any spell, from any school, let's say Telepathy, and doing any Mind action. In my rule it's rolling Concentration, nothing specially bothering Mind-based casters.Case 2.
I'm having on Concentration any spell, from any school, and using any other power. I'm rolling Concentration no matter what school is
, because it's core rule - you're rolling Concentration every time you're casting a spell. No matter school, type, reason - it's always Concentration check.
"If a character suﬀers a successful interaction or damaging atack while maintaining a spell with a Duration of Concentration, or casting a spell that hasn’t been completed yet
, he must pass a willpower or Spirit test." - Core, p. 185.
"Should a character suﬀer a successful interaction or damaging atack while maintaining a miracle with a Duration of Concentration, or invoking a power that isn’t yet completed
, he must pass a willpower or Spirit test." - Core, p. 197.
"If a psionicist suﬀers a successful interaction or damaging atack while maintaining a power with a Duration of Concentration, or preparing a power that hasn’t been activated yet, she must pass a willpower or Spirit test.
" - Core, p. 205.Case 3.
I'm not having any spells on Concentration and using any Mind skills. I'm not rolling Concentration, because Concentration rule is applied only when you have spells on Concentration.
What's the case I missed?
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