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In general, if you want to be an alien, you are that alien species. If it is very important such as being a Krogan diplomat which may have its own social baggage , you can mention it in one aspects such as your concept aspect or your most appropriate mode aspect.
They perfectly fall under the category of special abilities that make a character exceptional. Concussive Shot: Once per session, without rolling, create a boost related to knocking people down. Tech AI Hacking: Once per session, make a synthetic enemy that is not a Reaper join your side in battle for two rounds.
Biotic Barrier: Use Biotics to defend against ranged attacks. Pull: Move a target from one zone to another in addition to another action. Warp: Weapon:2 when throwing yourself into harms way.
Unity: Once per session, you or another of your choice may uncheck their highest, checked-off Stress Box. This is not an exhaustive list of stunts you can have, obviously, nor are you forced to use this version of Mass Effects Powers.
This is just to make things easier on you. Gear Gear has varying importance in Mass Effect despite its status as a Scifi game a genre known for carrying a lot about gear. While the first game cared about armor and offered a variety of weapons, later titles kept armor constant and offered a small selection of highly differentiated weapons. As tabletop rpgs arent the best medium for long lists of slightly different items, we are going with the later approach to gear. Armor Armor in the Mass Effect universe follows the scifi trope of creator a shield around its user.
Thus making it less about the armor, but the shield around it. Well, to be more honest, Halo is probably the biggest reason this exists. Regardless, armor doesnt differentiate much by type in later games. Even in the first one, it was mostly about having varying level of stats which, in a low numbers game like FATE, isnt something to emulate. As such, we suggest using only one type of armor to accommodate every bit of armor you might run into. ARs hardware as mega stunts system does a good job of handling this.
Still Metal Underneath: Armor:2 when bonus stress boxes from this armor are checked. Weapons Even in later games, there was always a variety of weapons to choose from.
Not just that, but they came in two categories: normal and heavy. Normal being your standard array of rifles, shotguns, pistols, etc.
FATE isnt big on laundry list of weapons and the such. While it make sense to make a series of different guns in a video game, there isnt enough variance to justify a long list of normal guns.
While making guns different by factors like continuous verses burst fire makes sense in game, it doesnt make sense here. As such, we suggest just considering non-heavy weapons as just an assumption of the character and not to model them different from each other.
Issue 3 - Pyramid Scheme. Issue 4 - Atomic Robo of Mars. Issue 5 - Unearthed, Part 1. Issue 6 - Unearthed, Part 2. The Dogs of War.
Issue 2 - And Then There's the Robots. Issue 3 - Going Off Track. Issue 4 - Nemesis. Issue 5 - It's a Lovely Day Tomorrow. The Shadow From Beyond Time. Issue 1 - Horror on Houston Street. Issue 3 - At the Farm of Madness. Issue 4 - The Crawling Chaos.
Issue 5 - From Beyond. Other Strangeness. Issue 1 - Revenge of the Vampire Dimension. Issue 2 - Atomic Robo Big in Japan.
Issue 3 - Why Dr. Dinosaur Hates Atomic Robo. Issue 4 - Incandescent Soul. The Deadly Art of Science. Issue 1 - The Man with Two Skulls.
Issue 3 - Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang. Issue 4 - The Wizard of Menlo Park. Issue 5 - War of the Currents. The Ghost of Station X. Issue 1 - Acceleration. Issue 2 - Explosion. Issue 3 - Propagation. Issue 4 - Transformation. Issue 5 - Two Faces of Tomorrow.
The Flying She-Devils of the Pacific. Issue 1 - Women in War.
Issue 2 - Pacific Rendezvous. Issue 3 - Out of the Depths. Issue 4 - Behind the Rising Sun. Issue 5 - The Blazing Heavens. The Savage Sword of Dr. Issue 1 - A Voyage of Discovery. Issue 2 - The Cave of the Ancients. Issue 3 - Lands Beyond.