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No, to the question in the body of your post. Yes, to the question in your title. Your augmented maximum for an attribute is +4, as detailed in Step Six: Spend Your Resources in the Creating a Shadowrunner chapter of the corebook (for me, that's page 94, but I understand that pagination is different in different printings and PDF releases). All sources ...


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Going strictly by the book, no. As @MrLemon correctly noted, there is no reason to believe otherwise in a literal reading. However, it is common practice to allow full Str bonus to damage. I personally support this practice - after all, the player has paid the feat to use it effectively. If you are not convinced, there are other methods of accounting for ...


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It does not auto-adjust. I agree with John Campbell of the giantitp boards on this one. When the Bone Bow says that it functions as a composite longbow with regard to applying the user’s Strength bonus to damage done with arrows shot from it. (75) I see no reason to assume that it only applies to parts of the rules text concerning composite ...


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Barring further rulings on the matter (such as from the DMG), I'd say it's quite reasonable to project the carrying capacity of a backpack onto a saddle bag. You could definitely account for them being bigger as well, but realistically, a horse's carrying capacity is between 2/3 and triple that of a typical adventurer (480 vs 150-300). Thus if you take the ...


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I couldn't find any definitive stats either, but given the cost and weight, you should assume roughly double the capacity. For the math on why it's double despite not being double the weight, essentially it's because volume increases faster than surface area. If you assume the same thickness and density of material, you can use the weight of the object as ...



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