Monday, August 11, 2008

Boundless Endurance

While we wait for the weekly summary to be posted, I thought this might be a good time to look into the Boundless Endurance issue we discussed last night. I've checked the forums and there is some debate. This post seems to sum up the most common interpretation.

You gain regeneration when you are bloodied. However, this is a Stance power, which means it lasts until the end of the encounter or until you use a different Stance power.

In other words, until the end of the encounter or until you use another Stance power, any time you drop below half hit points you gain regeneration 2 + Con bonus. When you stop being bloodied, you stop regenerating. If you are later bloodied again, you start regenerating again.

I particularly liked this post.

You are under the effect of the power until you change your stance or the encounter ends. However, you only regenerate when you are bloodied.

So it would go like this while the power is active:

Start of turn: Are you bloodied? Yes, then regenerate 2+Con Mod; No, then no effect this turn. Rinse and repeat.

Here are the most useful forums that had postings on the subject.

2 comments:

Dave said...

That seems fair and balanced for a second level daily power. Sweet, makes me live longer. :)

Jay Vandendool said...

My initial impression is that I really like that interpretation. I plan on digging into it some more myself but barring any further bits of information I think we should use this.