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Forum: SfP Newbies
Thread: Encumberance
Post by: zylene(143943)
2005-11-08 12:34:27
What is the relationship between weight and load? I figures out that movement cost is affected how much I carry. Is there some amount underwhich there is no penalty?
Post by: Mad Bear(46310)
2005-11-09 00:09:17
Me thinks weight is how much you are carrying.
Load might be the actual weight you can carry.
I'm as lost as you are, hehe.
Post by: Rogerack(143721)
2005-12-04 01:10:41
i also dont under stand a damm thing about that, and there is not much say about that in the manuel, you cant see how much things weight and you cant also see how much of them you have, verry confused
Post by: FloriZeus(7923)
2005-12-05 00:59:27
Weight is the objective weight in pounds. Load is how heavy it weighs your char down. Movement points are based on the load.

In dungeon movement, between 0 and 50 load means 1 ap per square, between 50 and 100 means 2 ap, and so on.

Outside you have the classic modifiers.

The spell improved movement does not directly affect the load, but lowers the 'load that is used when calculating the movement cost'.

Say if you have 220 load and you cast Imp Mov for 80, the load will remain 220 but your char will be able to move at the movement cost that is linked with 140 load.
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