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 Whenever an entity spends any number of Incantation charges for any purpose, the entity then loses any leftover charges that may be remaining and ceases any ongoing Incantation. Whenever an entity spends any number of Incantation charges for any purpose, the entity then loses any leftover charges that may be remaining and ceases any ongoing Incantation.
  
-The DM may determine that an entity that is not capable of playing any Actions with Incant entries can also not begin an Incantation. This would primarily be used to prevent abusive plays and combinations that make little sense. However, a player may still try to pretend to incant in order to influence enemy decisions. The DM determines how successful such a ploy would be based on the intelligence and knowledge of the enemy. Such false Incantations are not actual Incantations. For instance, they cannot trigger Assists or Interrupts that rely on Incantation-related events.+The DM may determine that an entity that is not capable of playing any Actions with Incant entries can also not begin an Incantation. This would primarily be used to prevent abusive plays and combinations that make little sense. However, a player may still try to pretend to incant in order to influence enemy decisions. The DM determines how successful such a ploy would be based on the intelligence and knowledge of the enemy. Such false Incantations are not actual Incantations. For instance, they cannot trigger Assists or Interrupts that rely on Incantation-related events. An enemy capable of playing such an effect would instantly recognize the ploy.
incantation.txt ยท Last modified: 2019/05/08 11:00 by triptycho