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Whats the difference between buying Forces directly and raising the underlying statistics until a Force increase occurs?

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Whats the difference between buying Forces directly and raising the underlying statistics until a Force increase occurs?

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The Game Master’s Guide has more detail on the issue, but basically it boils down to who has control over the process. The first option is that (most of the time) only Superiors can add Forces and once the character is one characteristic point away from getting the Force, they petition their Superior. Under this model, the cost of the fourth characteristic is only 1 point (thus making the cost 10 character points, the same as raising a Force directly). The second option is that characters can “sneak” a Force in without the permission or help of their Superior. This is especially crucial for demons who want to keep everyone in the dark about their capabilities. If you are “sneaking” a Force, you have to pay the full 12 cps (4 characteristic levels times 3 character ppoints each). Ask your GM which method is being used in the campaign.

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