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Perceivability clarification


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6e1, 124 "Perceivability does not depend on a Power’s duration, whether it costs END, or other factors, unless special rules apply."

 

6e1, 374 "A power with Costs Endurance turns off when a character is Stunned or Knocked Out, and is perceivable by three Sense Groups throughout the duration of its use."

 

6e1, 124 "Powers that directly affect another character, including all attacks, are Obvious (see below). This means they can be perceived by at least two Sense Groups when in use."

 

My question is if all of those are correct? Not saying any of them are not, just making sure that adding Costs Endurance increases the number of sense groups it is perceivable in from 2 to 3 for a power? I had not realized that previously.

 

If it is all correct, would this also apply to Mind Link (which is normally invisible) as well as other senses bought with costs endurance?

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The last paragraph in the description of Costs Endurance on 6E1 p374 is an accidental holdover from 5E, when Powers that cost END were perceivable by three sense groups by default (see 5ER, p98 and p289). Disregard that paragraph.

 

In 6E, as stated on 6E1 p124, whether a Power is perceivable does not depend on whether it costs END. If you want an otherwise-invisible or inobvious Power to both cost END and be more perceivable, take both the Costs Endurance and Perceivable Limitations.

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