Dwarf Saltbeard racial trait and Appraise skill

Description

The Saltbeard Dwarven alternate racial trait should replace the "Appraise (Precious metals and gemstones)" with "Appraise (Treasure found in or under the water)" (but without "counting" as a DwarfGreed type ability).

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Hunter Johnson
December 31, 2013, 7:36 PM

That gives me both "Appraise (Precious metal and gemstones)" and "Appraise (Treasure found in or under the water)". Saltbeard's effect on Appraise is, possibly, not codeable, but the desired result is:

Dwarf with no alternate racial traits:
Appraise (Precious metal and gemstones) +2 (the base TYPE.DwarfGreed ability)

Dwarf with alternate TYPE.DwarfGreed trait (Craftsman or Lorekeeper):
No subskill of Appraise, but instead a bonus to a subskill of Craft & Profession, or Knowledge (History)

Dwarf with Saltbeard but no alternate racial traits that replace Greed:
Appraise (Treasure found in or under the water) +2 instead of Appraise (Precious metal and gemstones) +2

Dwarf with Saltbeard and an alternate racial trait the replaces Greed:
No subskill of Appraise, but instead a bonus to a subskill of Craft & Profession, or Knowledge (History) – Saltbeard has no effect on the replacement Greed ability, and no effect on the no-longer-in-effect base Greed ability.

So, it has to undo the DwarfGreed base ability but without preventing another TYPE.DwarfGreed alternate ability from being selected.

Andrew Maitland
December 31, 2013, 7:46 PM

Hi,

Ah, sorry that was between a couple of calls at work. Hmm, that is a bit more complex. It looks like
it does replace the Greed Ability, or I should say it substitutes it's own version. I'll have to
look at the main ability.

Andrew Maitland
December 17, 2015, 10:22 PM

original issue being closed. New issue has the link.

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Andrew Maitland

Reporter

Hunter Johnson

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