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[info]divisionsmods wrote
on January 21st, 2021 at 03:12 am

Hey Diana! We had a few things for Ben’s app that we wanted to clarify.

• You mention in the Factions section that Ben is in a faction called “Guardians”. Is that a new faction that needs to be added to the Factions page, or is this more of a personal thing that wouldn’t have any other members in NYC?
• In the Powers and Abilities section, you listed that he has Peak Human Condition, but all that’s there for an explanation of the ability is a link to the Power Listing wiki. Is that saying that he has all of the benefits of the ability? Does he have any weaknesses from his peak human condition?
• For the trap magic that Ben can use, what does the trap actually do? Does it stop the person in place? Clamp down like a bear trap? Make a magical pit to drop them into? Something else? If you could go into more detail about what the trap does and how it works, that would be great.
• For the nullification spell, does it affect all powers? Just magical ones? Physical mutations? We just want to make sure that’s completely clear so that no one misunderstands what it does.
• In the Plot Ideas section, you have an idea for Ben to basically drop business cards all throughout the city in case people have problems. We’re perfectly fine with that idea, we did want to mention that this could potentially cause issues for Ben in the future (e.g. make him a target, trap him, or even something as silly as having the number put on bathroom stall walls “For a good time, call this number”) due to the phrasing on the cards calling attention to the existence of monsters and people with powers when those things aren’t inherently public knowledge. Naturally, we’d ask beforehand, but it’s definitely something we’d enjoy playing around with as mods. If you want to change it, though, please feel free as well if you wish to make the cards more vague so that they’re not as unusual a sight and would be less likely to be taken advantage of.

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