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Dark pool, holy pool, sword pressure, ect.
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These abilities all allow you to enhance, temporarily, your weapon. But what if you weapon already has the maximum enchantments it can have i.e. +5 longsword with +5 abilities. Does this pool become worthless or can you place up to an additional +5 abilities worth of enhancement on it via the ability?
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(01-09-2020, 11:24 AM)Nida Westers Wrote: These abilities all allow you to enhance, temporarily, your weapon. But what if you weapon already has the maximum enchantments it can have i.e. +5 longsword with +5 abilities. Does this pool become worthless or can you place up to an additional +5 abilities worth of enhancement on it via the ability?

Yes, it becomes worthless. To a degree, most pools have alternate abilities that can be activated.

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So it can't even be used to regain swordskills used based on wording.

"While his sword is enhanced with his sword pressure, he can spend 1 point of his sword pressure, as a swift action, to use a swordskill he has already used for the encounter or use a swordskill without expending its use for the encounter. When he spends points from sword pressure during an encounter, he regains a single swordskill use for the encounter."
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(01-10-2020, 03:04 PM)Nida Westers Wrote: So it can't even be used to regain swordskills used based on wording.

"While his sword is enhanced with his sword pressure, he can spend 1 point of his sword pressure, as a swift action, to use a swordskill he has already used for the encounter or use a swordskill without expending its use for the encounter. When he spends points from sword pressure during an encounter, he regains a single swordskill use for the encounter."

Yes, if you somehow have a weapon that's fully maxed out, you can't regain swordskills.

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