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Foreigner
Just curious:

Would anyone know how much magic loss due to Bioware or Cyberware can be reduced/eliminated through the use of geasa?

Or is that something subject to GM interpretation?

It might be covered in the Sourcebooks, but I'm not certain.

Thanks.

--Foreigner

hahnsoo
QUOTE (Foreigner)
Would anyone know how much magic loss due to Bioware or Cyberware can be reduced/eliminated through the use of geasa?

Or is that something subject to GM interpretation?

Magician's Way adepts follow the rules for adepts, which states on page 33 of MitS:
QUOTE
If an adept suffers Magic loss, the gamemaster can choose to apply a geas to 1 point worth of the adeptís powers. This offsets the loss of the Magic Point and allows the adept to continue to use those powers, so long as the geas is fulfilled.


Thus, it's up to the GM's discretion.
Foreigner
hahnsoo:

Thanks for the clarification.

I *thought* I remembered that from reading MITS awhile back, but I wasn't certain.

--Foreigner
Sharaloth
Remember though: Magic loss for Magician's Way Adepts has to be taken out of their Magical Power first, so it'll be that they're geasing.
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