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Each character starts with 3 dots worth of Disciplines, so if you put all three into the same dot, and then spend 14 of your 15 Freebie points on the same Discipline, you could very well do so. There is a trade-off to be made though. During the game, buying an additional dot in a Discipline you possess requires Experience equal to the current rank of ...


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Your answer can be found in the V20 core rulebook on page 230: Learning a new ritual can take anywhere from a few nights (Level One ritual) to months or years (Level Five ritual). Some mystics have studied individual rituals for decades, or even centuries. On the assumption that the final sentence is Storyteller puffery, you can presume that the number ...


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Yes, they do roll to hit first; it's why their Dexterity score is called out in your first paragraph. The role of Arms of the Abyss is to provide extra attacks in a turn to a clan that has no in-clan access to Celerity.


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Nothing in the writeup of the ability says that they don't have to grapple the target first as of the standard rules - just that they have a special system to break free from. This in turn means, that the tentacles can be dodged. In contrast to Celerity (or a Werewolf's Rage), where one user attacks several times, the tentacles are addional entities. More ...


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In the sytem, nothing forbids you from doing so and then handing the sheet to the GM for approval. Nothing stops you either from taking the maximum ammount of flaws to fund yet another dot in some other disciplin or any other things you feel like you need (like the skill that belongs to the disciplin's abilities on 5 for another 4 freebies.) However, the ...


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I will have to repeat some other answers, but I am sure that I have something really new to add. TL;DR: you can do it, but it is very, very impractial and not logical for various reasons. Yes, it is technically possible to raise your single discipline to level 5 at character creation. Most, or at least a lot of really strongdiscipline powers require you ...



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