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So, Shape Shift has the neat adders for Cellular and Imitation, allowing a character to alter her/himself to look / feel / smell / detect exactly the same as someone else (depending on the Sense Groups affected). However, you can't use Shape Shift, Usable on Others -- you're supposed to use Transform. And maybe I missed it, but I don't see anything under Transform about using it to make someone look exactly like someone else. Does it seem balanced to simply use the Adders for Cellular (+10) and Imitation (+10) with Transform to make it so Person A can make Person B look, sound, smell, and feel exactly like person C? I'm thinking something along the lines of: Copycat Spell: Minor Transform 8d6, Cellular, Imitation, Improved Results Group (any human; +1/4); Limited Target (humans; -1/2), Gestures (-1/4), Incantations (-1/4), Required Roll (Magic Skill; -1/2). 75 AP, 30 RP. I went with Minor rather than Cosmetic Transform in case the person you're transforming your target to appear to be has more than 2 levels of Striking Appearance. Does this seem okay, or are there problems with this approach?