|From:||Felix Hoefert <FHoefert@********.DE>|
|Subject:||Re: Hatchetman 2057 and Cyber-psychosis|
|Date:||Thu, 9 Apr 1998 00:28:48 +0200|
> At 05:56 PM 4/8/98 -0400, you wrote:
> >>I am sure that is what the card meant. At least on my first reading of the
> >>card texts. I wanted to point out the wording of the card. The H-2057
> >>doesn't say he can more than 6 points of essence lost. It says he ignores
> >>essence loss. Am I making the distinction clear enough? Cyberpsychosis
> >>doesn't say +1 for each point of cyberware. Each says for each point of
> >>essence lost.
> >I thin ignores means that it doesn't effect him, not that he doesn't lose
> >it. In the case of Cyber-psychosis, the essence loss is effecting the
> >Cyber-psychosis, not the Hatchetman.
> I thought cyber-psychosis was a condition brought about by essence loss.
> In effect, the character loses his anchor to reality when he loses essence.
> If H-Man 2057 ignores the effects of essence loss, I would say
> Cyber-Psychosis wouldn't affect him.
That was my first opinion, too. But then someone came along and ruled
otherwise. Tough luck. It´s a matter of weak card text. ---Felix