Card Throwing The Ace of your Hearts

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You possess a mastery of thrown weapons.
Used by Jay Nguyen, Created by GreenAppll.

A flick of the wrist and the card is left spinning almost like a blur as it cuts

A magician can make anything seem magical, even the most mundane. don't you think cards are a perfect fit for a magician?


You gain the following benefits as long as you are engaged in combat with Cards.

Your attacks with Cards no longer have their damage capped, and do +3 Bonus Damage. Armor is fully effective against this damage.

You also gain the following effects:

  • Pin Down: If you make a thrown attack with something sharp, and it hits a target near a wall or a floor, the projectile pierces through them, pinning them to the wall or floor. Unpinning oneself quickly will increase the relevant Injury’s Severity by 1.

  • Reminder: Bonus Damage stacks with Weapon Damage, but does not stack with any other Bonus Damage. Instead, the highest Bonus Damage is used.

Community Throwing Mastery Gifts

You gain the following benefits as long as you are engaged in combat with thrown weapons.

+2 dice to all rolls utilizing thrown weapons.

You also gain the following effects:

  • Jackie Chan: You do not receive a Difficulty penalty when throwing objects that are not designed for throwing.
  • Junk Wolf: Thrown attacks with improvised thrown weapons deal +3 Weapon Damage.

Clyw, since the disks basically contain their 'soul' and who they are, understand greatly how to use it as a weapon, one must know their body to use it as a weapon, and one must know their soul to steel it against attacks. Clyw is a master of both, a 'master of their own identity', so to speak.

You gain the following benefits as long as you are engaged in combat with Identity Disks.

+2 dice to all rolls utilizing Identity Disks.

You also gain the following effects:

  • Boomerang: On your Initiative, in the Round following a thrown attack, the objects you threw will return back to you. You may catch them automatically, without making a roll or spending an Action.
  • Straight To The Face: You may make a throwing attack at melee range with no penalty.

You gain the following benefits as long as you are engaged in combat with thrown weapons.

+2 dice to all rolls utilizing thrown weapons.

You also gain the following effects:

  • Jackie Chan: You do not receive a Difficulty penalty when throwing objects that are not designed for throwing.
  • Nobody Tosses A Dwarf: Anything you can lift, you can throw 50 feet. Weapon damage for a heavy improvised thrown weapon is equal to the Brawn required to lift it minus 2 (minimum 0).
  • Yeet!: You can throw things up to 100 extra feet per point of Brawn with no penalty. Anything thrown further than 100 feet will not land at its target until the next Round on your initiative.

You gain the following benefits as long as you are engaged in combat with thrown weapons.

+2 dice to all rolls utilizing thrown weapons.

You also gain the following effects:

  • Point Control: Called Shots that you attempt only require a Contested Outcome of 2 for small targets and 4 for tiny targets.

You gain the following benefits as long as you are engaged in combat with thrown weapons.

+2 dice to all rolls utilizing thrown weapons.

You also gain the following effects:

  • Catcher In The Rye: You may catch anything flying or thrown as a Free Action with no roll, as long as it is not an attack.
  • Jackie Chan: You do not receive a Difficulty penalty when throwing objects that are not designed for throwing.

Stock Throwing Mastery Gifts

You gain the following benefits as long as you are engaged in combat with playing cards.

+2 dice to all rolls utilizing playing cards.

You also gain the following effects:

  • Point Control: Called Shots that you attempt only require a Contested Outcome of 2 for small targets and 4 for tiny targets.
  • Ricochet: You can make a thrown attack against a target behind cover so long as there is at least one exposed pathway to them.