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All it takes is one or two people checking the actual money they have behind the counter after the PCs leave for things to start going wrong — the merchant will still believe that they PCs paid, but the lack of money still has to be explained, and the natural explanation is that the PCs stole back the money while the merchant wasn't looking. In the eyes of a ...


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The rules of a remarkable GM are simple: Allow players to do whatever they want. Make them suffer for it. A sorcerer makes a smith think the money has been paid? Excellent! Sorcerer leaves with his sword. Ten minutes later the smith and a mob of peasants chase him and claim that his bewitched gold disappeared. And this particular smith is known in all ...


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It appears perception is a mental stat, not a physical one, so it wouldn't be affected. While I don't have the play experience to back this up, the penalties don't appear out of line. For the average person, the penalties are very debilitating, but they aren't totally insurmountable to an exceptional person. This tracks with what I have seen in the elderly. ...



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