Trained : Descriptor

Published March 27, 2014 by


You have spent the long days and nights required to master your art. You have developed it into a part of your very being. No matter what comes your way, you will always have your training to fall back on.

You gain the following benefits:

Practice
+2 to a Pool of your choice.
Master of Your Art
You become specialized in a skill of your choice. You and your GM should discuss this before play to insure fairness and balance for your character.
To the Exclusion of Others
You have spent so long training with your chosen skill that you have put no effort into mastering others. You have a negative asset on one other skill. Preferably, this negative skill should somehow be the mirror opposite of your chosen skill.

Initial Link to the Starting Adventure: From the following list of options, choose how you became involved in the first adventure.

  1. You are renowned for your specialized skills and have been asked to join in the adventure for your potential usefulness.
  2. A chance to use your skills practically has arisen and you just can’t let it pass up.
  3. Being so skilled has its advantages, but one disadvantage is spending all that extra time away from training with other skills. Your deficiency has gotten you into this mess.
  4. You have been sought out by others to help train them as you once trained yourself.

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