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Originally posted by Gigaton-Falcon-Emu
Are there any plans for a martial art built around greatswords? Even if there isnt, what concepts do you think would be interesting for such a style?
No, but that doesn't mean one won't eventually show up. I don't have any ideas off the top of my head—I don't know enough about the specifics of how you use one to write a weapon-focused style for them distinct from Melee, and I don't know of any real-world martial arts that use them that I could steal from.
Originally posted by Sunder the Gold
After rolling Dragon-Blooded Excellencies back into being purchased Charms which can also add dice...
Have you considered doing the same for the Sidereal Exalted?
No, although I do think their target number reduction needs to be throttled back slightly.
Originally posted by serGregness
Thanks! As a followup, what's the interaction between the fire-tapping Ifrit Lord shaping ritual and something like Righteous Devil's Burning Judgment Halo? Can the halo be repeatedly tapped for motes as long as the Devil Stylist sands at its center?
It'll eventually cause the bonfire to die down.
Originally posted by LDDM84
Will we see artifacts that mortals can use in Arms? Either weapons or utility?
Originally posted by The Lidless Eye That Sees
In the same way that white reaper is good at fighting groups, and tiger punishes people who try to disengage, what tactics should a heaven's ladder stylist use?
My original thesis was: Death From Above.
Originally posted by shkspr1048
A question concerning Ascendant Battle Visage; it states that when this charm is active, the character can clash any attack as her combat action, without having to delay. But if she's using her combat action against another's attack, then hasn't she by definition already delayed her action? Or is there some subtlety to the charm that I'm missing?
When she's attacked, if she hasn't already used her attack for that round, she can reflexively clash it.
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