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    Using Precise Insubstantial Attacks to remove Devices?

    So can we use this to make just our opponent devices, like a power armor for example, insubstantial? Personally my character is using his ins. attack just to pull people into wall or to floors bellow since is a new power to him, but i was thinkng that it would be a cool, and very effective, way to deal with some of the heavy armored opponents that my group is facing. thoughts?

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    Re: Using Precise Insubstantial Attacks to remove Devices?

    I'm not one of the rules developers, but that seems to be way too powerful an effect simply for the Precise Extra; while its a logical "real world' corollary of having such an ability, it's much too cheap in term of power points to justify the effectiveness. As a GM, I'd likely ask you to build it as an Affliction or Nullify and put it in an array with a collection of effects build around your primary Insubstantial power.

    All my best.

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    Re: Using Precise Insubstantial Attacks to remove Devices?

    Power Profiles details using Teleportation to attack. I think this is pretty similar. It's not so easy to Teleport away someone's equipment or Device, nor should it be.

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    Re: Using Precise Insubstantial Attacks to remove Devices?

    Thanks guys for the help, yes i talked with my GM and went with a alternative Effect using Nullify Cybernetic with Grab since would work better with withe rules of the game. Thanks again and all the best tp you all too xD

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