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 Post subject: Rekesh Armour Restriction and Re-enforced Armour
PostPosted: September 23rd, 2015, 2:32 am 
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So I have a question regarding the crossing of Re-enforced Armour and Rekesh Restricted Armour Proficiency:

(p.33): Rekesh may not apply more Armour Points than they have in Maximum Body.

(p.81): Re-enforced Armour
Such armour has provides additional protection without sacrificing mobility. Re-enforced armour increases the Armour Points granted by 50%.

The explanation I was operating under was that due to a Rekesh's physiology, they are unable to benefit from wearing large amounts of armour. However, the Re-enforced Armour states that is doesn't sacrifice mobility to increase armour.

So, this leads to my question: Would a Rekesh be able to benefit from Re-enforced Armour, or would it still cap at their Maximum Body and be rendered useless?

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 Post subject: Re: Rekesh Armour Restriction and Re-enforced Armour
PostPosted: September 23rd, 2015, 9:13 am 
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As the cap is in armour points, reinforced armour does not increase the amount of armour a recession can benefit from. But its not entirely useless! Using reinforced armour means a rekesh can hit their armour cap using fewer armour reps in the or costume. A rekesh with 30 body can rep 20 points of armour and benefit from all of a 30 point reinforced armour tag.


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