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Telekinetic Basketweaving

This power was named Telekinetic Basketweaving because that was what
it was originally used for. The name has kept on through time to
dissuade Dark Siders from using it (What kinda Dark Sider would want
to learn a basketweaving power?).

Alter Difficulty:
Strength        Difficulty
+1                Very Easy
1D                Easy
1D+2                Moderate
2D+1                Difficulty
3D                Very Difficulty
4D                Heroic
Time To Use: 1 round to several hours
Effect: Allows the Jedi to bind materials together,
such as in conventional basketweaving. However, this
power can also be used repair and make new armors using
available materials. When the Jedi is repairing armor,
reduce the difficulty by 1 level.


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03/Jun/2017 14:35:32 Posted by : Vanacan {76.99.127.142}

You're an evil genius


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