Blessed Sight Superior sight granted by an unknown higher authority

You possess superhuman senses and awareness.
Used by Luci Alessi, Created by Riley.
( Your Crosshair tattoo around her right eye must be used or obviously visible while you are actively benefitting from this effect.)

The tattoo possesses a light glow whenever the eye is open, pulsating lightly.

You gain the following benefits as long as you have your Crosshair tattoo around her right eye.

Your Perception rating is increased by 1. You may Exert your Mind to automatically gain an Outcome of 5 on any roll that uses Perception (Cannot be used on combat rolls or Power activations).

If you are witnessed actively using this Effect, whoever sees it can make a Perception + Alertness roll at Difficulty 6. A complete success reveals the source of your power.

You also gain the following effects:

  • Slow Time: You may substitute your Perception as the Attribute for any rolls made for Reactions.
  • Weak Points: You may use Perception in place of Dexterity on attack rolls.

  • If your Crosshair tattoo around her right eye is damaged, destroyed, or lost, you lose all benefits from this Effect for the next two months, or until you can recover any relevant missing items (which may involve a side-game and requires a GM to approve whatever process is used).

Community Power Gifts

Though no matter how impressive his bare knuckle boxing abilities might be they pale in comparison with Tommy's mastery with simple light blades, the precise slashes rip through flesh cloth and padding alike, in a clash of blades his usually comes out on top be it due to grievous injury to the other party or impeccable showmanship that ends with an embarrassed, disarmed and flustered opponent.

You gain the following benefits as long as you are engaged in combat with Knives.

Your attacks with Knives deal +1 Bonus Damage. Armor is fully effective against this damage.

You also gain the following effects:

  • Blade Breaker: If you successfully Defend against a melee attack or if an opponent is unsuccessful at Defending against your melee attack, you may break your opponent's weapon.
  • Fancy Footwork: You may move your full Dash distance and attack with your Melee weapon in the same Round without penalty. You may also split your movement before and after your attack.

  • Reminder: Bonus Damage stacks with Weapon Damage, but does not stack with any other Bonus Damage. Instead, the highest Bonus Damage is used.

Benny's canines are viciously sharp and have a hollow tubular center, allowing him to thoroughly drain a person of blood should he get ahold of one.

You gain the following benefits as long as as long as you are biting and you are engaged in unarmed combat.

Your unarmed attacks deal +4 Bonus Damage, and Brawn no longer acts as Armor against them. The target's other Armor is reduced to 1/2, rounded up against this damage.

  • Reminder: Bonus Damage stacks with Weapon Damage, but does not stack with any other Bonus Damage. Instead, the highest Bonus Damage is used.
  • Unlike the Ability Brawl, this Effect does not affect small weapons such as knives.

After coming outta time, he has harnessed energy within him to which he now holds a way to pass through his usual sneaking by taking it onto another level. Doing so he takes what he learns from passing trenches and crossing no man's land on a day-to-day basis. Using Camo as best as he can hide in nearly plain sight as he sneaks attacks individuals out of nowhere. Putting on the coat, and warpaint on his face. Sprinting past no man's land to beginning to kill all the Nazis in the trenches. In the midst of night and barely being seen as only the screams were heard.

Exert your Mind (unless you win a coin flip) and spend at least two Actions performing the following ritual: As the Camo jacket is worn, the color upon it begins to spread out over him and then effectively doing the equivalent of the crisis invisibility to activate. You must actively and obviously use Camo Jacket to activate this Effect. You must maintain Concentration while activating this Effect, and it fails if you are interrupted.

You and any clothes or equipment you are wearing are partially obscured from sight for the next minute. All attempts to detect you using sight are rolled at a -3 dice penalty.

Entering Combat or being Injured does not cause the Effect to end early. Anyone you attack will immediately notice you; anyone else may re-roll to notice you each time you take a Combat action, at -1 Difficulty per Combat action you have taken. When the Effect ends, it is disabled for 1 hour.

  • GMs should use their discretion when determining the exact impacts of this Effect, particularly in conjunction with environmental factors. Standing still against a complex background may render you impossible to detect, and footprints in snow may make it easy. A chance to detect you is not guaranteed.

A hoard of trophies and trinkets, stored just outside the boundaries of this world, but permanently at your side. Not just anything can go in, but anything that does can only be pulled on your command, when you need it.

Spend a Free Action to activate.

You may withdraw an item from your stash, or add an item that is within arm’s reach to your stash. You may store Trophies(Items won, stolen, or otherwise gained from playing a contract or side game) in your stash, each no larger than something which could fit inside a briefcase (15 liters), and you may store up to 3 things at a time.

  • Containers which hold multiple things may count as a single item so long as the things within are generally packaged together. For instance, you may stash a clip full of bullets, a medical kit full of medical supplies, or a box of crackers, but you cannot stash a backpack full of miscellaneous equipment.
  • You may only attempt to store Objects which are free-standing and disconnected from other things. The use of this Effect will not allow you to sever any connections holding an Object in place.
  • The Maximum Object Size parameter is intended to roughly capture the weight / size restriction of items and isn’t intended to restrict shape. GM discretion is advised. A human being is level 4 in the Maximum Object Size parameter.

Elizabeth looks at the cupboard, and the cupboard, without her touching it, opens. It was containing dishes and cutlery of all sorts, but out of them, only teacup carefully floated and lands on a table next to her, followed by he tea spoon. Cupboard closed, and she looked away from it, focusing her attention on the teapot. And, as expected by now, it also flew towards her, and slowly poured its contents into the cup, before floating back to its original position.

Elizabeth was unsure of when she "awakened" her "gift". Maybe she had it since childhood and just never noticed, and thus it never developed properly, or maybe only recently, when her phone flew into her face during one morning, but either way, now she could use her mind for telekinesis. Now she didn't had to get up from her seat to brew tea, which was cool, even if impractical.

You gain the following benefits at all times.

You can interact with things that are within 75 feet without needing to physically touch them or be near them. Any rolls made for Actions taken in this way use a Mental Strength of 2 in place of your Brawn rating, a Mental Agility of 2 in place of your Dexterity, and otherwise use your own Attributes and Abilities.

Telekinetic actions have the following restrictions and behaviors:

  • Reactions: You cannot use a Reaction telekinetically.
  • Multiple Items: You can only interact with one thing or take one action at a time.
  • Line of Sight: You must be able to visually observe anything you interact with, and any actions that you are taking will end if their target moves out of sight.
  • Unarmed Combat: You cannot deal damage through unarmed combat or thrown objects with this Effect, though you may still grapple with targets.
  • Weapons: You cannot wield weapons effectively in combat.
  • Fine Tools: You are otherwise limited to actions that a normal human could do with their bare hands.
  • Maintaining Focus: You must maintain Concentration while taking Actions in this way. If you are Injured or interrupted, you must roll Mind at Difficulty 9 to maintain Concentration. If you fail, you cannot engage in telekinetic actions for the next 6 - Intellect rounds.

  • Any telekinetic actions which interact with Animate targets may require contested rolls at GMs discretion.

Stock Power Gifts

The Thief examines an object closely for a minute to appraise its value. As their eyes dance across the subject, their pupils split vertically, and their irises fade to gold. If it is a particularly valuable item, the Thief may greedily lick their lips, revealing a forked tongue.

Within a minute, they have determined how materially valuable the object is and why.

Exert your Mind and spend a minute to activate. Select a target Object within arm's reach. At the end of your investigation, roll Charisma + Culture at Difficulty 6.

You learn all the following information about your target:

  • You learn the object's highest material value and why it is worth so much.
The quality and specificity of information gained depends on your Outcome.

There was a time when battlefield medics would race each other to see who could amputate the most limbs in an hour. Often they could be found standing beside a pile of limbs stacked head-high, wiping their blade on their aprons between patients.

These days amputations are rare, but Dr. Freeman believes they should be more common. "An injury separated from one's body is no injury at all," he says, removing a patient's mangled hand with a few practiced hacks. And it's true! Behold a fully-healed stump where once there was a threatening injury.

Exert your Mind and spend 2 Actions to activate. Select a Living target within arm's reach. This Effect cannot be used unless the chosen Injury is on a limb or extremity. You must actively and obviously use a blade or saw to activate this Effect. Choose a specific Injury on your target that has not yet been treated with this Effect and roll Dexterity + Medicine at Difficulty 6.

If you succeed, the Injury is reduced in Severity by your Outcome. If you reduce its Severity to 0, the Injury is fully healed. Otherwise, it is partially healed and will heal the rest of the way at its natural rate.

This counts as a successful Makeshift Stabilization if the Injury was not already Stabilized; any Battle Scars caused by the Injury will remain.

When you Activate this Effect, roll a single d10. If the result is 5 or lower, your target receives a Minor Battle Scar.

  • You can target yourself if you qualify as a valid target by the other requirements.

The Monk enters a meditation while focusing on a remote location. A glowing sigil of an eye appears on their forehead, and a ghostly image of themselves meditating appears at the location they are envisioning. For a brief period, they may see the area they are projecting to as though they were standing there.

Exert your Mind and spend an Action to activate. Select a target Location within 50 feet.

You may perceive things as if you were standing at that Location. The effect lasts indefinitely but you must maintain Concentration to keep it up. You cannot perceive anything at your physical location while the effect is active.

You create a visible manifestation at the Location where your senses are projected which looks like a ghostly image of yourself meditating.

The Necromancer stands over a corpse and makes a series of grandiose lifting gestures. The corpse rises from the ground as though suspended by invisible strings, barks a pained groan, and lands on its feet, now a full-fledged member of the living dead.

The monster hungers for brains and will aggressively pursue and attack anyone it sees, including the Necromancer that created it.

Exert your Mind and spend an Action to activate. Select a Dead target within arm's reach with at least half it’s skeletal structure remaining.

Your target rises as an Animate being. The raised creature is totally mindless, with no memory of its past life or hint of its old personality. They cannot communicate. It has no obligation to follow your commands and is often aggressive.

The creature lasts for one hour or until it dies again. It is revived at full health. Any Injuries it had in life are not accounted for when determining its penalties or progression towards re-death, though they may affect its ability to perform certain actions at GM's discretion.

Raised creatures have all their Abilities set to 0. Their Charisma and Intellect are set to 1, but their Dexterity, Brawn and Perception are the same as they had in life. A raised creature cannot use any Effects.

The Wizard reaches into his pointy hat and focuses. Its stars and moons begin to glow. Inside, light wells and flows like a viscous liquid. Then, he withdraws the item of his choosing.

Exert your Mind and spend 1 minute to activate. You must actively and obviously use a cone shaped hat with stars and moons to activate this Effect.

Choose an Object which could fit inside a messenger bag (up to 10 liters). It cannot be Alien and must be relatively basic. You cannot create explosives. You cannot create firearms.

Roll Perception + Occult to fabricate your chosen Object. The Difficulty is assigned by the GM and depends on the specificity of your chosen Object. Created item lasts 1 hour.

You may keep up to three fabricated objects at a time that do not expire after an hour.

  • If you want to make a new object which doesn't expire and you already have 3, you must choose one of those three and let it expire. You can still fabricate temporary items when you are maxed out on permanent ones.
  • You can fabricate a container of something so long as it contains a single type of thing (such as a tank of water) or it is designed to be packaged together (such as a first aid kit).
  • For setting the difficulty for the fabrication roll, something like a "shirt" would be difficulty 5, whereas "Police uniform" would be difficulty 9. The Outcome determines overall quality and how well the item fits the request.