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Skills Summary v4.2 Actions in Combat Summary Action Activate an item Aid another Aim Anticipate enemy strategy Attack Attack an object Attack of opportunity Balance Brace Breath Control Change attitude Charge Climb Coup de grace Create a diversion to hide Cross difficult terrain Delay Disarm Draw or holster weapon Drop an item Escape from grapple Escape net Extend or fold stock Fall prone Feint Fight defensively First aid Full attack Grab Grapple Group feint Jury-rig Manipulate an item Move light object Move your speed Nimble charge Notice targets Ready an action Recharge shields Recover Regulate power Reload Revivify Run Second wind Sense surroundings Snipe Stand up from prone Switch weapon mode Tumble Withdraw Action Cost swift standard 2 swift move standard standard free half speed 2 swift full-round standard move full-round standard 1sq = 2sq none standard move swift standard full-round move swift standard standard full-round full-round standard standard full-round full-round move move/standard move reaction/standard standard 3 swift 3 swift 3 swift move full-round full-round swift swift standard + move move swift part of move move Notes (*means trained only!) light a lantern, ignite lightsaber attack vs Ref 10 to add +2 to ally’s next attack vs that target ignore target’s cover bonus to Ref on next attack;
COMBAT CHEAT SHEET 5TH EDITION Combat Actions Free Actions Call A Shot Change Linked Device Mode Change Smartgun Mode Drop Object Drop Prone Eject Smartgun Clip Gesture Add Multiple Attacks Run Speak/Text/Transmit Phrase Note Declare Called Shot with Attack for -4 Modifier Change Device Mode via Direct Neural Interface Fire Mode, Choke, etc.
Attack and perform one quick action Melee Attack Modifiers Attacker is Prone:
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Prone – Lying down (face down) in the anatomical position.
If they succeed, they are not dragged, escape the lock, and fall prone in their space.
Ki burst activates at the end of your turn,. You gather all the ki within a 300 foot radius into yourself, killing all non-magical flora in the area. You the explode the ki energy outwards. Any being you consider a hostile that is within 300 feet of you must make a constitution saving throw, being knocked prone and taking 8d100 force damage on a failed save, and half as much on successful one, without being knocked prone. If anyone you have hit is already below a quarter of their health before impact, they are too weak to fight the overwhelming force of ki, and are immediately disintegrated. Ki burst ignores all cover and resistances. Ki burst rips your very soul apart, and after opening this gate, your body is petrified, and you are subjected to The Heroes Pilgrimage.
+2 AC against triggering attack Alternatively, drop prone for +4 AC Quick Clear Fix a broken ﬁrearm as standard action Gunslinger Initiative +2 Initiative;
/u/ImFromNASA 2 Acrobatics Acrobatics Skill Tree Freerunning Withdraw Agility Escape Artist Tumble Free Stride Slippery Handspring Expert Acrobatics Handspring Expert When you are prone, standing up uses only 5 feet of your movement.
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When you make a melee weapon attack roll against a creature that is wearing heavy armor and you score a critical hit, the creature falls prone.
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If the squi g moves through a pl ayer' s square, they can try to grab i tas i fi twere a bounci ng bal l .If they can' t keep hol d of i t, the squi gl eaps asi de (scatter to an adj acentsquare)and then conti nues on i ts way, i fi thas movementl eft.If the squi g moves on to a square occupi ed by a stunned or prone pl ayer, or a pl ayer wi th the No Hands ski l l , scatter i taway as above.
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expanding access to credit by using property as collateral. It can also assist with natural disaster risk reduction, environmental protection, and food security as secure tenure encourages holders to take better care of their land and adopt a longterm view (Action Aid, 2012). Tenure security increases property value and also could decrease the cost of credit to borrowers against the property, assuming borrowers meet other lending criteria, thanks to reliable land ownership information reducing lender risk (Domeher & Abdulai, 2012). It is also in the interest of the government to create a property registry and secure tenure as it can then collect monies, consolidate and organize its territory, and establish its authority by controlling access and movement (Latorre, 2015). Although property registration will not unilaterally lead to development in the absence of supporting institutions 4 and strong government, it nevertheless is an important and required step in the development process. Current Property Registry Problems Land registration challenges are a focus of many developing countries, especially in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. The processes and laws vastly differ from region to region, country to country, and even regions within the country. Large swathes of land ruled by customary laws may be secure at the local level but may be at high risk at the state level (Hall, Hornby, Lawry, Leopold, Mtero, & Samii, 2012; Toulmin, 2009). Even then, these registered land records are kept in hard copies that are difficult to retrieve and update and are prone to destruction, whether willful or by an act of nature. For example, efforts to improve Haiti's infrastructure, especially after the devastating 2010 earthquake that killed more than 200,000 people, ran up against the country's land laws. A practically nonexistent land registry, fraudulent land titles, unclear processes for land transfer, and a tangle of bureaucracy halted a road project and other similar major international investments (Ferreira, 2013). With the ever increasing pace of growth and globalization, it is becoming even more important to have rights secured both at the local and state level to ensure all parties involved in land ownership and land transactions are treated fairly. Land records are kept primarily as hard copies in developing countries. These hard copies are cumbersome to retrieve, difficult to maintain, and are prone to destruction and manipulation. Developing countries are therefore increasingly emphasizing the digitization of land records to create a reliable and transparent system. For example, Cambodia, Nepal, Samoa, and Ghana have already started experimenting with digitization (Pullar, McDowell, Solovov, Manoku, & Rizzo, 2012). Even with the progress of digitizing records, these countries face challenges in keeping them secure. Land registration and administration is a complex system, with the involvement of multiple parties (owners, banks, agent, buyers) and various government agencies. All of the participants, particularly the ones with financial stakes, need to be able to trust the legality, continuity and reliability of the system for it to work successfully. Land registration and administration, however, is a long, arduous process in most developing countries, constantly undermining that trust which is so important to the overall success of the system. For example, in Ghana, it involves multiple visits to five different government agencies to register a piece of land (Toulmin, 2009). In South Asia, it takes almost 100 days to register a property and costs 7.2% of property value assuming the property has a clean title and is free of disputes (Doing 5