Whisker89 Posted August 4, 2016 Report Share Posted August 4, 2016 Hi everybody! To make a long story short, I've seen that Charisma tends to be understimated by players / used as the "dump stat". The reason is, compared to the other 6 stats a high CHA doesn't give any substantial advantage. STR boosts damage output w/SIZ and with DEX grants access to bigger weapons, DEX and INT determine combat order, CON grants more health points and POW does the same with magic points (and raising the limit for the magnitude maximum for Battle Magic). ...and Charisma? Yes, I know it's always good to be good-looking, but it seems like it's almost unused. charisma based skiils are just a few, and using two mere Improvement Points you can easilly fill the gap in a skill between characters who have 9 and 19 CHA. Does anyone ever thought about other practical uses for CHA? I know in RQ6 a high CHA gives more Improvement Checks. Maybe there could be something like the D&D Leadership value, a reputation system... Or it could be used to put a limit on how many Magic Points Stores a character could be "attuned" at a time... Just my two cents, I'm waiting for yours Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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