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Adjustment Powers(Absorption) and Charges


julianwiggin
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I've seen several examples in the books of using dispel to dispel charges. My question is how do I use Absorption to get more charges? Do I simply calculate the difference in cost and 'AID' the Real Cost difference or something else entirely?

 

Example: I have an absorption power called Consuming Inhale that when I'm attacked with a fire power it 'AIDs' the charges on an attack called Breath of the Dragon. Now when I do this do I get one additional charge the moment I absorb/'AID' my first body? My knee jerk reaction tells me 'yes' but I'm really not sure since an 'AID' boosts the Active Point cost of a power /not/ the Real Cost (at least it only does by virture of boosting its Active Cost) which is what we're doing here, that is at least to my understanding.

Before Boost: Breath of the Dragon: Blast 2d6, Area Of Effect (3m Cone; +1/4) (12 Active Points, 3 Real Cost); 1 Charge (-2), No Range (-1/2)

After Boost?: Breath of the Dragon: Blast 2d6, Area Of Effect (3m Cone; +1/4) (12 Active Points, 4 Real Cost); 2 Charges (-1 1/2), No Range (-1/2)

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