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With a negative Strength value, how much damage can I do?
When skipping through the All Flesh Must Be Eaten rulebook, I noticed that you can create PCs with negative strength values (e.g., children). As hand weapons do damage based on that strength value, ...
Dec 13 '12 at 14:01
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