During an event players can find Feat Sheets that their characters can interact with. They provide information or actions that the players can learn or carry out without the need for a Ref.

There are 5 different types of Feat Sheet:

  • Lore
  • Crafting
  • Venator
  • Casting
  • Chirugery

A character can only interact with the Feat Sheet if they have the required skill to be able to do so.

Each Feat Sheet is made of the following elements:

  1. The type of Feat Sheet with an icon denoting the type.
  2. A description of what the character can see, feel or interact with – with roleplay guidance if applicable.
  3. You may choose to attempt a Feat Sheet immediately by making a skill check or slowly via timed roleplaying.
  4. Two timings are indicated for role playing:  the first time is used if you have the specialisation, the second is if you don’t have the specialisation.
  5. Environmental modifiers that will affect the difficulty of the skill check. If you have the specialisation then you are unaffected by the modifier. If you don’t have one of the specialisations then you receive -2 suits to your skill check.
  6. Pre-check Knowledge is information that anyone who is able to interact with the feat sheet can read.
  7. Success conditions that allow you to flip over the feat sheet and gain the information.
  8. Failure conditions that detail what happens if you fail the check.
  9. The reverse of the Feat sheet contains the success information and shouldn’t be looked at until you have succeeded the feat sheet with the relevant skill check.

To interact with a Feat Sheet you can either; carry out a skill check, taking into account the environmental modifiers or; by appropriate role playing for the length of time indicated on the Feat Sheet.

Should you choose timed roleplay you cannot gain the benefits of a critical success.

If you have gained the information on the back of the Feat Sheet then you are free to take the feat sheet and to share the information with other players. The sharing of information should be done in a roleplay appropriate way but the sheet itself can be shared to ease the passing of information.

Example of a Feat Sheet:

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