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 Resistance applies to any sources of damage, not just those in a formal Damage entry, and it applies separately to base and enhancement dice for any such roll. Resistance applies to any sources of damage, not just those in a formal Damage entry, and it applies separately to base and enhancement dice for any such roll.
  
-Entities may have base Resistance ​values ​to various damage types. Those base values can be replaced with new base values ​from Gear and other effectswith the last effect overriding all others. Text that performs this operation will have the Resistance amount written after the Resistance type, such as "the target gains Fire Resistance 2" or similar.+If an entity has Resistance to the same type from multiple sourcesit should use the largest Resistance value; ​the others have no effect
  
 Resistance values may also be modified up or down from their current value. When this happens, the modifying number is written before the Resistance type and preceded by either a + (for increase) or - (for decrease). Example text might read "the target gains +1 Fire Resistance"​ or similar. In this case, you take the target'​s current Fire Resistance value and add 1 to it. Resistance values may also be modified up or down from their current value. When this happens, the modifying number is written before the Resistance type and preceded by either a + (for increase) or - (for decrease). Example text might read "the target gains +1 Fire Resistance"​ or similar. In this case, you take the target'​s current Fire Resistance value and add 1 to it.
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