Discipline's Philosphy

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FrozenVomit
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Discipline's Philosphy

Post by FrozenVomit » Mon Apr 08, 2019 11:40 pm

hi community,

An adept who is not following his discipline's "philosophy" can suffer big consequence, right?

ex: A swordsman who back-stab someone without a front provocation, a warrior who flee a battle, or a beastmaster who endanger an animal.

But I can't find the info! I know I have read that somewhere. :( err! Can someone tell me what page?

oh! We are playing 1st edition. Don't judge! its a 20 years old game! :D

Bonhumm
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Re: Discipline's Philosphy

Post by Bonhumm » Tue Apr 09, 2019 12:33 am

The 4th Edition Companion deal a bit with Talent Crisis at page 436.

The 1st Edition Adept's Way deal with it in more details AND gives detailed example of Discipline violations (and ways to redeem them) for each Discipline at the end of the book.

ChrisDDickey
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Re: Discipline's Philosphy

Post by ChrisDDickey » Tue Apr 09, 2019 4:07 am

I would also mention that it would normally be a pattern of troubling actions, not usually just one anomalous incident. I would normally not say that a Warrior fleeing a battle was a discipline violation. A warrior several times being the FIRST to flee might be.

FrozenVomit
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Re: Discipline's Philosphy

Post by FrozenVomit » Thu Apr 11, 2019 4:24 am

Thanks! I would not have found that.

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