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-Content-Type:​ text/​x-zim-wiki 
-Wiki-Format:​ zim 0.4 
-Creation-Date:​ 2013-07-29T04:​04:​37-04:​00 
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 ====== Action Points ====== ====== Action Points ======
-Created Monday 29 July 2013 
  
-=== ACTION POINTS === 
 Action Points provide you with the means to affect game play in significant ways. You always have a limited supply of action points, and while you replenish this supply with every new level your character attains, you should use them wisely. Normally, you may only spend 1 action point per round. You can spend 1 action point to do any one of these things: Action Points provide you with the means to affect game play in significant ways. You always have a limited supply of action points, and while you replenish this supply with every new level your character attains, you should use them wisely. Normally, you may only spend 1 action point per round. You can spend 1 action point to do any one of these things:
  
 == ALTER A d20 ROLL == == ALTER A d20 ROLL ==
-When you spend an action point to alter a roll, you roll a number of d6 based on your character level and add the best result to a d20 roll used to make an attack, a skill check, or a saving throw. Use of the action point is a free action, but must be announced before the GM reveals the result of the d20 roll to be modified. Unless you have a feat or other abil-ity ​that allows you to use action points to af-fect ​others, you can only affect your own rolls. You can’t use an action point to modify a roll if you’re taking 10 or 20 (and so not rolling). +When you spend an action point to alter a roll, you roll a number of d6 based on your character level and add the best result to a d20 roll used to make an attack, a skill check, or a saving throw. Use of the action point is a free action, but must be announced before the GM reveals the result of the d20 roll to be modified. Unless you have a feat or other ability ​that allows you to use action points to affect ​others, you can only affect your own rolls. You can’t use an action point to modify a roll if you’re taking 10 or 20 (and so not rolling). 
-Depending on your character level, you may be able to roll more than one die when you spend an action point. If you do so, you keep + 
-the highest roll and discard the others.+Depending on your character level, you may be able to roll more than one die when you spend an action point. ​ 
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 +If you do so, you keep the highest roll and discard the others.
  
 == USE A CLASS FEATURE == == USE A CLASS FEATURE ==
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 **Character Level Action Dice Rolled** **Character Level Action Dice Rolled**
-1st—7th 1d6 +  * 1st—7th 1d6 
-8th—14th 2d6 +  ​* ​8th—14th 2d6 
-15th—20th 3d6 +  ​* ​15th—20th 3d6 
-21st—25th 4d6 +  ​* ​21st—25th 4d6 
-26th—30th 5d6 +  ​* ​26th—30th 5d6 
-30th+ 6d6+  ​* ​30th+ 6d6
  
action_points.txt · Last modified: 2013/10/20 18:38 by storyteller