New Disadvantage – Grandstander

Submitted by Mattias Rehnström

+2D to +4D The Character Feels a constant need to boast with his powers or skills. This causes the character to have difficulties with wrapping things up as quick and neat as preferable. It may also cause the character to attempt to perform feats to difficult for him with his powers/skills.

At +2D, whenever the character feels on top of the situation, he must make a difficult willpower roll. On a failure he succumbs to the urge to start showing of with unnecessary displays of powers and/or skills instead of wrapping things up as quickly as possible.

At +3D, whenever the character feels on top of the situation, he must make a very difficult willpower roll. On a failure he succumbs to the urge to start showing of with unnecessary displays of powers and/or skills. Furthermore, whenever the character attempts to use a power or skill, he must roll his willpower in a difficult roll. If he fails he must come up with a way of modifying the difficulty of using the power with the effect value of the roll, to a minimum of +1.

At +4D, whenever the character feels on top of the situation, he must make a willpower roll against extreme difficulty. On a failure he succumbs to the urge to start showing of with unnecessary displays of powers and/or skills. Furthermore, whenever the character attempts to use a power or skill, he must roll willpower in a very difficult roll. If he fails he must come up with a way of modifying the difficulty of using the power to a minimum of +2 and roll again. This process is repeated until the character passes the roll.

Published by Barry Reese

Professional author that has worked for publishers as diverse as Marvel Comics, Moonstone Books, Wild Cat Books, Airship 27 and Pro Se Press!

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