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Usually a parry is just about making sure the sword doesn’t hit you— deflecting it, rather than stopping it. (Stopping someone else’s swing entirely means you just soaked up all that impact, which could stagger you and hurt your blade.) So in an ordinary fight, I would only expect the lightsaber to destroy the sword if the attack was a critical failure. A ...


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There is no specific rule stating that. (Page 119) Lightsabers ignore damage reduction unless specifically noted otherwise. (Page 122) The saber can cut through most materials (except another lightsaber blade, an energy shield, or a few exotic materials) given enough time. (Page 152) The GM may determine that certain weapons just can't deal damage ...


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Indeed, talents are very powerful and is a bit difficult to give advice without knowing which source books you're using. But i'll give it a try without talking about specific source books, let's first address your three suggestions properly: +1 Talent at startup: This would make characters achieve some prerequisites for prestige classes faster (some of them ...



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