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7th May 2016, 6:00 AM
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Newbiespud 7th May 2016, 6:00 AM edit delete
Newbiespud
From group to group, there are different approaches to skills. Some coordinate their spread, some focus on flavor, and some just go "eh, whatever."

For those who don't know, this has a bit of importance beyond raw numbers. Being formally "trained" in a skill separates a character from those that have not. A DM might say that some skill checks are of such complexity that only those who have formal training can attempt it, even if another character's untrained skill level is adequate. It's a small note, but used well it can really help solidify a character's background and role.

(Hmm, we're coming up on 750, and I still need to make up for a certain project that imploded around 700...)

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Masterweaver 7th May 2016, 6:09 AM edit delete reply
Masterweaver
Storytime: When has a character attempted something that they really should have been trained in without training.
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