Manifesting Psychic Power
When a character manifests a psychic ability the player rolls 1d20 + Intelligence, Wisdom and Charisma adjustments and consults the chart to determine if he is successful or not. No matter what the adjustments are, rolling a natural ‘1’ indicates psychic burnout - the character must succeed at an Ego saving throw with the psychic power’s level applied as a penalty to the roll. If failed, the psychic character is left reeling as if he were stunned for 1d10 rounds. In any case, the psychic cannot summon up the mental strength to manifest any additional powers until he has a good night’s sleep. Rolling a natural ‘20’ increases all of a power’s numerical factors by +50% and does not count against the number of times a Psychic can manifest his powers.
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Gaining New Powers
When a Psychic character earns a new level, he gets a roll on the Psychic Powers chart under the appropriate level to determine whether they earn a new power or ability. If the character rolls a duplicate Psychic Power he may select one from the same level as the duplicate. Rolling a duplicate Psychic Ability allows its usage more times per day.
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