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Wanting to make a Lasting Impression, my character buys the Uncontrolled Advantage for PRE. Now any targets losing a half phase for example will keep losing half phases until the END pool runs out or the defined termination condition is met. 1. There are circumstances, such as being at a disadvantage, where I won't be able to use full PRE. If for example I make a PRE attack at a -2d6 penalty and use Uncontrolled, can I, next phase, roll and add in those "lost dice" or am I stuck with the original PRE attack? 2. Conversely, there are ways to get bonus dice on a PRE attack such as making an Oratory roll, violent action, etc. If I start off strong do I have to subtract dice and use only the dice of my basic PRE on subsequent phases, or do I get to keep what I rolled the first time? 3. Do the answers change if, instead of Uncontrolled, I used Time Limit? Lucius Alexander Uncontrolled Palindromedary
Uncontrolled is an Advantage that lets me use a Power, including whatever requisites the Power has - expend a half phase and make an Attack roll for example for an Attack Power - and then get the benefit of the Power phase after phase, with the caveat that there is some way for someone else to "turn it off." Is there any reason I'm not seeing why I can't put Uncontrolled on RECovery, take a recovery, and then regain that REC value each phase thereafter? Lucius Alexander I already have the palindromedary's opinions