By C. C. Humphreys
The gripping finale in C. C. Humphreys's exciting historic experience sequence, starring the rushing Jack Absolute
After surviving the French and Indian Wars, Jack Absolute virtually perishes at the voyage domestic, in simple terms to be stored through a charismatic Irishman, purple Hugh McClune. in the course of his restoration, Jack falls for the man's attractive cousin, Laetitia. yet as they plan to elope, Jack stumbles on pink Hugh's crafty plot to assassinate the King. Jack foils the plan—but spares the lifetime of crimson Hugh, who then flees to Rome, taking Laetitia with him.
When Jack reunites together with his outdated regiment, the sixteenth Dragoons, can he defeat the schemes of the Irish traitor and win again his nice love as soon as and for all?
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As long as the possessing character exits before the host dies, he simply moves on to his own or another form. Killing a possessing spirit usually involves taking it completely by surprise with a killing blow to the host form or using a spell to force it to remain in the body until it can be slain. skill changes to reﬂect the adjustments in the base attribute. Likewise, not all skills will be usable in the new form. Attribute dice can also be used to include Special Abilities in the new form. One attribute die can be spent to gain one rank in one Special Ability or to get a +2 skill total bonus (split among up to two skills).
He gains a +1 per rank to all intimidation totals and combat defense diﬃculties against those so aﬀected. The willpower or Presence diﬃculty to resist a Fear attack is 15. Flight (6) The character can ﬂy, either by nature or by virtue of having wings. The character’s ﬂying rate equals his base Move times 2 times the number of ranks. The ﬂying skill is required to maneuver. Glider Wings (3) The character can ﬂy by drifting with air currents, provided there is suﬃcient wind (gamemaster’s call). Characters with this Special Ability need the ﬂying skill to control their passage.
With Limited Possession, the character does not gain control of the new form. Instead, he must use persuasion, intimidation, or other interaction skills to convince his host to do what he wishes. Exiting a host body is commonly a simple action. As long as the possessing character exits before the host dies, he simply moves on to his own or another form. Killing a possessing spirit usually involves taking it completely by surprise with a killing blow to the host form or using a spell to force it to remain in the body until it can be slain.
Absolute Honour (Jack Absolute Series, Book 3) by C. C. Humphreys