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I think this is a quick, easy, question... but often there are nuances in Hero that come up, especially in the world of 5th/6th and the naked advantages as well as this allowable build that stacks damage abilities on top of equipment damage. (Extra DCs on top of a gun you didn't pay points for... which has always struck me as breaking a fundamental concept of Hero... powers and equipment don't mix... but anyway...) If a character has Deadly Blow "Headshots only" and Weaponmaster "Pistols" and ranged Martial Arts with added damage classes with his Pistol... it is correct that there
So I have two questions: If there were no "Martial Arts" as they currently exist in the system, how would you go about inventing them? And, is there anything that the Martial Arts subsystem does that can't be duplicated with Powers and Skills (possibly at greater cost?) I will assert that the answer to the second question is "no" and will probably post some ideas on the first question as well. Lucius Alexander And I'll definitely post some palindromedary taglines
I find repeated references to Close Quarters Battle in my reading, in some it is referred to in the same breath as unarmed self defence, bayonet drill or other techniques. DC has the option of applying a penalty to DEX for purposes of determining who shoots first, based on weapon length. The background reading on Commando Training (Fairbairn, Sykes etc.) describes methods of shooting on the move, unarmed combat, etc. Options I can think of for defining CQB: The DC optional Rule a KS and/or PS a variant of a particular martial art (Commando Training, Marine Corps Martial Arts Program, or