Projected Fighting

Projected Fighting
Control Difficulty
spaceD (20)
Sense Difficulty
spaceD (20)
Alter Difficulty
spaceM (15) – modified by proximity
Warning – Use of this power may earn the Force-user a Dark Side Point.
Required PowersConcentration, Telekinesis
Power may be kept ‘up’ (as long as the distance between the Force-user and the target remains the same).
Effect – Projected Fighting allows a Force-user to strike at an opponent, inflicting damage without physically touching the target. Use of this power is more than a little risky; in many cases projected fighting is simply using the Force to attack. However, the Force-user can elect to cause stun damage only and even then should only attempt to use this power if it is to protect an innocent in immediate danger. Any other reason for use of this power, or causing an injury other than stun damage immediately earns the Force-user a Dark Side Point.
After successfully using the power, the Force-user must make an easy Brawling skill roll. If attacking a Force-sensitive, the target may use the Brawling Parry skill to avoid the attack. Otherwise the target cannot dodge the Force-user's blows. If the brawling roll is successful, the Force-user rolls his or her full Strength versus the targets Strength. The Force-user may target a specific portion of the body to add +1D to the damage, but must subtract an additional -1D from his or her brawling skill. Be sure to add any armor bonuses that the target may have.
Located – Tales of the Jedi Companion Sourcebook p. 63

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