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This is a martial arts 'style' designed for use in a cinimatic campain with lots of vehical interaction. It dosen't have a "style disavantage". It repersents skills stunt drivers and other people who live and die by there vehicals pick up in the corse of there life. Note: This Martial Art was created using the Hero System Martial Arts book for the 6ed. Advance Combat Driving Martial Art Use Art w/Small Motorized Ground Vehiclas: Small Motorized Ground Vehicles Weapon Element is Free Manuver Points OCV DCV Damage/Effect Advance Rundown 4 +0 -2 STR+ v/6 Damage, FMove Advance Sideswipe 4 +2 -2 STR+ v/10 Damage, FMove Defensive Driving Experties 4 - +4 Dodge, Abort, FMove Love Tap 5 +0 +0 STR+ 10 to Shove, FMove Moveing Blockade 5 +0 +0 Block, STR+ 10 to Resist Shove, FMove Skills: Combat Driving * Defense Maneuver TF: Small Motorized Ground Vehicles * TF: Large Mortorized Ground Vehicles Elements: Use Art w/Large Motorized Ground Vehicles: +1 Advance Rundown uses the STR of the vehical, as opose to the charater's own STR, for damage calculations. This is your typical ramming attack. The GM is free to turn it into a Killing Attack against soft targets (pedestrins). Advance Sideswipe again uses the STR of the vehical, as opose to the charater's own STR, for damage calculations. This is your advance sideswipe attack (doing damage by just going past the target at close range). Defensive Driving Experties is basicly a motorised dodge. Love Tap uses the vehicals STR to shove. This is the clasic 'tap' to send another car off the side of a cliff. Moveing Blockade can be used to prevent other cars from passing. It is also used to resist the Love Tap. Note that the driver can't abort to the Moveing Blockade...he must be shure that he dosen't want the guy behind him to pass or that he is going to knock him off the cliff before using the manuver. The OCV/DCV uses the vehical's own OCV/DCV, or the charaters OCV/DCV, whichever is lowest, just like normal vehical combat.