I guess what I'm trying to find out is how precious these Will points are as to best advise new players on how to manage that resource.
If the charcaters stack up on Hyperstats and Hyperskills they may only be spending points in Contests of Wills so that may offset matters to even it out.
But yeah, it'll probably be easier to just use Will risks and awards for miracles, not hyperstats and hyperskills.
I think that is the game-player in us
Characters become more and more confident as they user their powers in fantastic ways
I think they will bite the dust pretty quickly with such an attitude. The â€¹bermensch do just that and see what happens to them most of the time - they are taken out by a normal bullet.They really come to believe they are Godlike.
Discussed this with a fellow gamer of mine, actually the person who introduced me to Godlike the first time.
Even if the talents them self maybe not look at them self as incarnation of semi-gods, or at least shouldn't look at them self that way if they want to survive in the world of Godlike, everone around them might think of them as kind of Godlike.
This could lead to nice roleplaying situaitons when the players commander demand the near impossible because he thinks the talents are "little tanks" and can do just anything. The same for the general grunt who believes that the talents should be able to help in all and every situation. Demanding more of the talents than they can deliver: Failing to help, the grunts will loose faith in the talents abilities etc.
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