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【HA】第五章 惧怖规则 之 疯狂规则
« 于: 2017-01-05, 周四 03:36:48 »
疯狂
此疯狂系统用以表现惧怖冒险(Horror Adventures)书中理智系统内理智受到严重攻击的后果。
若使用GMG的理智疯狂规则,则在罹患疯狂时掷百分骰,1-70为弱效疯狂,71-100为强效疯狂。之后对照各表再次掷百分骰决定罹患哪一种疯狂。

豁免:即将罹患疯狂时,可进行意志豁免以防疯狂。若已疯狂且在治疗中,则可用被治疗降低的疯狂DC作为避免罹患新疯狂的意志豁免DC。若再次罹患同种疯狂,则该疯狂的意志豁免DC提升5。使用理智系统时,无法用意志豁免的方法避免罹患疯狂。所有的疯狂都是影响心灵效果。
先兆:以天数表现疯狂的渐近性,而非突然发病;使用理智系统时,此内容无效。
效果:使用理智系统时,潜伏期之外即为该效果。
潜伏:理智系统特有。疯狂处于潜伏期时的效果。

治愈疯狂:七天连续不间断休息后可做意志检定对抗当前疯狂DC,成功则疯狂DC降低人物魅力调整的一半数值(最小是1)。请求协助需七天连续不间断休息每天8小时指导,并在最后由协助者做智力或感知检定(其中较高者),弱效疯狂DC15强效疯狂DC20。若成功,患者的疯狂DC额外降低协助者智力或感知调整的一半数值(取较高者,最小为1)。当疯狂的DC降低到0时,该疯狂即被治愈。某些特定的法术也能用于援助患者和使其从疯狂中康复。次级复原术对强效疯狂无效,但每天1次可使患者身上的一个弱效疯狂DC-2。复原术和医疗术可每天1次使患者身上的一个弱效疯狂DC-5或每天1次使患者身上的一个强效疯狂DC-2。高等复原术、有限祈愿术和心智手术Psychic surgeryOA可以治愈患者身上所有的弱效疯狂或使患者身上的一个强效疯狂DC减少法术CL数值(由施法者决定采用哪个效果)。祈愿术和神迹术会立即治愈患者身上所有的弱效疯狂和强效疯狂。

百分比   弱效疯狂
1–10   谵妄症Delirium
11–22   妄想症Delusion
23–32   失忆症Fugue
33–42   幻觉症Hallucination
43–54   狂热症Mania
55–66   忧郁症Melancholia
67–76   夜惊症Night terrors
77–86   偏执症Paranoia
87–100   恐惧症Phobia
百分比   强效疯狂
1–18   健忘症Amnesia
19–30   紧张症Catatonia
31–48   认知障碍Cognitive block
49–66   人格分裂Disassociated identity
67–78   精神错乱Psychopathy
79–85   身心损失Psychosomatic loss
86–100   精神分裂Schizophrenia

谵妄症Delirium
弱效疯狂;意志DC16;先兆1d4天
效果:感知和智力相关检定-2;任何检定均不能取10或20。
潜伏:无
描述:谵妄症一般体现为专注力的降低。患者通常无法意识到这一点,或因部分意识到这一点而感到困惑。
妄想症Delusion
弱效疯狂;意志DC16;先兆2d6天
效果:患者相信某种不真实的事情,没有反面证据能劝说患者放弃它。
潜伏:无
描述:妄想症是一种持续性的信念,几无办法劝解被害者放弃它。妄想症可导致技能检定和属性检定减值或失败,由DM决定。
失忆症Fugue
弱效疯狂;意志DC18;先兆1d4天
效果:意志豁免和技能检定-2;伴有部分记忆缺失
潜伏:意志豁免-2
描述:患者无法回忆事物。他的名字和过去对他都是迷。他仍可读说已知语言和使用已知技能专长。他不会记得自己如何学会的并会在自己运用复杂技能时感到惊讶。
幻觉症Hallucination
弱效疯狂;意志DC14;先兆2d6天
效果:对抗幻觉、不相信幻觉和不相信不存在事物幻觉的意志豁免-4
潜伏:对抗幻觉和不相信幻觉的意志豁免-2
描述:患者会幻听、幻视和看到不存在事物的幻觉。
狂热症Mania
弱效疯狂;意志DC14;先兆1天
效果:只要能看见并在狂热物30尺范围内,患者每轮均需一个意志检定否则就会冲去和狂热物互动;若检定成功5+,则患者可与狂热物保持远离并压制狂热冲动1分钟到他再次进行豁免;若豁免失败且互动完成,则患者在1分钟内无需再次豁免。
潜伏:同上,除了豁免失败可选择互动或是放弃互动改为对狂热物着迷1轮,豁免间隔提升到24小时。
描述:几乎任何行动和事物都可以成为狂热物,但它通常或者危险或者有某种忌讳。狂热物由DM决定,但其一般与疯狂的源头有关。
忧郁症Melancholia
弱效疯狂;意志DC14;先兆1d4天
效果:先攻-2;勇气加值减半(最小为0)
潜伏:无
描述:患者总是和严重的悲观主义做斗争,且通常对事物和威胁反应迟钝。患者看起来安静、畏缩、缺乏热情。
夜惊症Night terrors
弱效疯狂;意志DC16;先兆1天
效果:每晚患者睡眠时需过意志检定否则会疲乏fatigued苏醒。
潜伏:无
描述:多个夜晚的夜惊症不会导致患者力竭。被夜惊症惊醒的患者不视作为准备法术进行了良好的休息,且疲乏状态不会移除直到成功通过夜惊症的意志豁免。
偏执症Paranoia
弱效疯狂;意志DC17;先兆2d6天
效果:对抗魅惑效果豁免+2;唬骗、交涉和察言观色检定-2;察言观色时由DM暗骰,失败则患者认为他察觉到某种攻击性敌意;患者需通过意志检定才能使用援助他人动作和接受来自盟友的有益法术动作效果。
潜伏:对抗魅惑效果豁免+2;唬骗、交涉和察言观色检定-2
描述:患者认为世界和社会中充满了对他的阴谋,并通常表现为疯狂激进或者沮丧和极端内向。
恐惧症Phobia
弱效疯狂;意志DC14;先兆1天
效果:只要能看见并在恐惧物30尺范围内,患者每轮均需一个意志检定否则就会战栗shaken。在下一轮,患者可选择再次豁免来结束该效果,若失败,他变成惊吓scared。已被惊吓的患者可以选择再次豁免变成战栗,若失败,他将被惊惧frightened 1d6轮。
潜伏:如上,首次失败战栗1轮,若首次豁免成功5以上可在24小时内防止被同个恐惧物吓到战栗。
描述:几乎任何行动和事物都可以成为恐惧物。恐惧物可以十分具体也可以是一些可被魔法或人工手段预先防止的危险环境。恐惧物由DM决定,但其一般与疯狂的源头有关。

健忘症Amnesia
强效疯狂;意志DC22;先兆立即
效果:意志豁免和技能检定-4;伴有记忆缺失
潜伏:与效果相同
描述:类似记忆丧失Fugue。然而,患者会失去健忘症疯狂前获得的所有职业能力、专长、技能等级。仅保留BAB、豁免加值、CMB、CMD、总XP、生命骰和生命值。若患者在健忘症疯狂后获得职业等级,他可正常运用该职业等级赋予的任何职业能力。若患者获得其之前已有职业的新等级,则其获得该职业的所有1级能力,即使他原先的等级可能更高。当该疯狂被治愈后,患者重新获得既有职业的所有已得能力,并按照其总XP计算其当前等级。
紧张症Catatonia
强效疯狂;意志DC24;先兆立即
效果:患者处于畏缩cower状态,但这不是恐惧效果
潜伏:患者恍惚staggered
描述:患者的心智完全当机,仅有有限的物理能力。若患者仍能呼吸,则他可在无帮助的情况下吃喝。若患者面对危险情况,则其须进行意志豁免,若成功,他会像恐慌panicked一样行动(这不是恐惧效果),直到他视野内没有危险或走到死路。如果走到死路无法逃离,他再次畏缩。
认知障碍Cognitive block
强效疯狂;意志DC20;先兆立即
效果:患者不再能说和写并且难以保持专注;他不再能使用口令型物品、法术触发型物品或法术完成型物品;专注检定-10;不能施放含有语言或思想成分的法术;不能从法术书中准备法术
潜伏:专注检定-4
描述:该疯狂剥夺了患者的专注力和他说话、阅读和写字的能力,虽然患者仍能明白他听到的语句并如常对命令和请求作出反应。
人格分裂Disassociated identity
强效疯狂;意志DC20;先兆2d6天
效果:感知相关检定和意志豁免-6;人格分裂(见下)
潜伏:感知相关检定和意志豁免-2
描述:该疯狂会表现为同一意识中的二个或更多个不同的人格。具体数字和人格特征取决于DM。该疯狂恶化时,额外人格的数目会增加。每天早晨醒来以及每次患者脱离昏迷,他均须进行意志豁免,否则他的其他人格将掌控身体。若有多个其他人格,则掌控身体的人格或随机决定或由DM指定。若连续3天豁免成功,此后每晚均有10%可累加机会让另一个人格在患者睡眠时掌控身体,该人格随后会回到床上且将缩短患者的预期睡眠时间。若这连续3天成功豁免后患者某次豁免失败,则夜晚叠加几率重置。患者的记忆、技能和其他能力不受人格变换影响,但多个其他人格通常不会意识到各自的存在并常常暴力地否认他们的存在性。
精神错乱Psychopathy
强效疯狂;意志DC22;先兆3d6天
效果:患者阵营偏移到邪恶;掩饰该疯狂的唬骗检定+10;每天一次,患者可进行意志豁免压制该疯狂24小时
潜伏:无
描述:这种复杂的疯狂将使患者内心中充满对世界的仇恨和将他人视为满足自己黑暗欲求的棋子的扭曲思想。患者可能会向杀死敌人一样策划杀死朋友,但是总会力图避免被指责和承担后果。RP向。邪恶人物无法获得该疯狂。
身心损失Psychosomatic loss
强效疯狂;意志DC20;先兆立即
效果:患者变得或目盲或耳聋或失去一种特殊感知(如敏锐嗅觉或盲感)或失去肢体功能或失去一种特殊移动速度(如飞行或游泳),DM决定失去哪一种。
潜伏:无
描述:患者肉体上并无任何问题,只是某种精神创伤让他的大脑关闭了相关的功能。通常可移除这些状况的魔法效果(如移除目盲/耳聋)无法作用于该疯狂。患者必须治愈该疯狂才能重新获得失去的能力。
精神分裂Schizophrenia
强效疯狂;意志DC22;先兆1d6天
效果:感知相关和魅力相关检定-4;任何检定均不能取10或20;可能变得困惑confused
潜伏:任何检定均不能取10或20
描述:患者不再能用社交技能和既有认知处理突发情况,还时而伴有新奇行为。患者的行为变得混乱、不稳定和不可预测。每次患者处于压力环境下(如战斗),他须通过意志豁免否则困惑1d6轮。

HR的新疯狂:
温迪戈妄想症Wendigo Delusion
强效疯狂;意志DC20;先兆1d6天
效果:感知相关检定和专注检定-6;对抗冬狂症的意志豁免-8;潜在的反胃感和食尸冲动。
潜伏:对抗冬狂症的意志豁免-4
描述:温迪戈数据;被与世隔绝和极度饥饿压迫下与同族自相残杀后幸存的受害者都可能会罹患温迪戈妄想症。患者会认为同族的血肉才是唯一能果腹的食物。患者会持续感到饥饿和轻微的大脑幻觉。当他食用非其同族血肉的食物时,需进行意志检定对抗疯狂DC,失败则反胃1d3小时。进食过其同族血肉后的24小时内,患者无须承受温迪戈妄想症的技能检定和专注检定减值。
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Re: 【HA】第五章 惧怖规则 之 疯狂规则
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Madness

Fractures, cuts, and abrasions wound the body, but madness undermines the mind, spirit, and personality. Suffering from madness can be terrifying, causing those afflicted to act contrary to their desires or reason. Madnesses are afflictions, similar in structure to poisons, diseases, and curses. They are used as part of the sanity system (see page 12) as an outcome of severe assaults on a character’s sanity, but GMs can use madness in other cases as well. Because madnesses are presented as afflictions, they can be used with the sanity and madness system found on pages 250–251 of the Pathfinder RPG GameMastery Guide.
If you’re using the rules for sanity and madness in the GameMastery Guide, when those rules call for a character to gain an insanity, roll d%. The character gains a lesser madness on a roll of 1–70%, and a greater madness on a 71–100%. Once the potency of the madness is determined, roll on the appropriate table (Table 5–1 for a lesser madness and Table 5–2 for a greater madness) to determine the kind of madness the character gains, or select an appropriate madness that fits the situation. 
The madnesses in this section are works of fantasy. None are statements about or descriptions of existing maladies.

READING A MADNESS STAT BLOCK
Madnesses are formatted in the same way as other afflictions (Pathfinder RPG Core Rulebook 555), with the following changes.
Save: Unless the character has gained the madness via the sanity system (see page 12), this is the save necessary to avoid contracting the madness. It is also the base saving throw
needed to cure the madness (see Curing Madness below) and the saving throw the effects of the madness require. If, during the course of treating a madness, the affliction’s DC
decreases, that new reduced saving throw also becomes the DC the afflicted character must succeed at to avoid any of the madness’s effects. It’s possible to suffer from multiple forms
of the same madness. If a character becomes afflicted with a form of madness from which he is already suffering (even if it takes a slightly different form, such as phobias of different
objects), the current DC of that madness increases by 5. All madnesses are mind-affecting effects.
Onset: When a character suffers madness from the sanity system (due to a sanity attack that deals sanity damage greater than or equal to his sanity edge), this onset time does not
apply. Use this entry only when the character contracts the madness in other ways. During the onset time, the character gradually gains the madness effect, rather then suddenly
experiencing the full effect after a number of days.
Effect: This is the effect of the madness. An afflicted character typically suffers this effect at all times, but some madnesses manifest only during certain situations. For complex effects or effects that rely on roleplaying, the description section of the madness contains a more detailed description of the effect. If you’re using the sanity system, this effect manifests as long as the madness is not dormant.
Dormancy Effect: If you’re using the sanity system, the afflicted character suffers this effect while the madness is dormant. Otherwise, ignore this entry.

Table 5–1: Lesser Madness
d% Madness
1–10 Delirium
11–22 Delusion
23–32 Fugue
33–42 Hallucination
43–54 Mania
55–66 Melancholia
67–76 Night terrors
77–86 Paranoia
87–100 Phobia
Table 5–2: Greater Madness
d% Madness
1–18 Amnesia
19–30 Catatonia
31–48 Cognitive block
49–66 Disassociated identity
67–78 Psychopathy
79–85 Psychosomatic loss
86–100 Schizophrenia

CURING MADNESS
Each madness has a DC representing its strength. Among other things, that DC specifies the saving throw the afflicted character must succeed at to recover from the madness.
Recovering from a madness without magical aid is a lengthy process requiring significant rest. After 7 consecutive days of uninterrupted rest, the afflicted character can attempt a Will
save against the madness’s current DC. If she succeeds, the DC is reduced by a number of points equal to 1/2 the character’s Charisma modifier (minimum 1). Instead of relying on her
own strength of personality to reduce the effects of madness, a character can also seek out a single confidante, priest, or other advisor. The recovering character must meet with that
person regularly (at least 8 hours each day) and gain guidance during the 7 days of rest. At the end of the rest period, the ally can attempt a Wisdom or Intelligence check (whichever
is higher) with a DC of 15 for a lesser madness or a DC of 20 for a greater madness. On a success, the recovering character can reduce the madness’s DC by 1/2 the ally’s Wisdom or
Intelligence modifier (whichever is higher, minimum 1) in addition to the decrease for resting. The character suffers the madness’s effect until the DC is reduced to 0.
Certain spells can also aid in recovery from madnesses or cure them outright. Lesser restoration has no effect on greater madnesses, but reduces the current DC of one lesser madness
afflicting the target by 2, up to once per day. Restoration and heal reduce the current DC of one lesser madness afflicting the target by 5 or of one greater madness afflicting the target
by 2, up to once per day each. Greater restoration, limited wish, and psychic surgeryOA all either cure the target of all lesser madnesses or reduce the DC of one greater madness by
the spell’s caster level (caster’s choice), while miracle or wish immediately cure a target of all lesser and greater madnesses.

LESSER MADNESSES
Lesser madnesses tend to have less debilitating effects.

DELIRIUM
Type lesser madness; Save Will DC 16
Onset 1d4 days
Effect –2 penalty on Wisdom- and Intelligence-based checks; cannot take 10 or 20 on any check
Dormancy Effect None
DESCRIPTION
A character suffering from delirium experiences decreased cognition and attention. Often she has no real sense of this decline, or feels extremely frustrated when she does realize
her concentration is impaired. Physical diseases, poisons, and ailments can also cause delirium.
DELUSION
Type lesser madness; Save Will DC 16
Onset 2d6 days
Effect The afflicted character believes something that is not true, and no amount of evidence can dissuade him of the belief.
Dormancy Effect none
DESCRIPTION
A delusion is the persistence of a belief that no amount of evidence to the contrary can dissuade the afflicted character from having. The belief is often that another specific person either
loves or wants to harm the afflicted character, or the afflicted character may have an inflated view of his own abilities or importance. Sometimes the deluded character believes he suffers
from an affliction or persecution that does not exist. The exact nature of the delusion is decided by the GM. Delusions are typically roleplayed, though a GM might apply penalties to skill
and ability checks having to do with the delusion, or decide that such checks fail outright because of the character’s delusion. In some circumstances, delusions can be debilitating, while in others they are merely quirky or annoying to those around the character.

FUGUE
Type lesser madness; Save Will DC 18
Onset 1d4 days
Effect –2 penalty on Will saving throws and skill checks, and some memory loss (see below)
Dormancy Effect –2 penalty on Will saving throws
DESCRIPTION
A character suffering from a fugue cannot remember things; her name and her past are all equal mysteries. While the character can build new memories, she has trouble accessing those gained before she was inflicted with this madness. While a character in a fugue state can still speak and read any languages she knows and does not lose any of her skills, feats, or skill ranks, she does not remember how she learned such things, and is often surprised when using complex abilities.

HALLUCINATION
Type lesser madness; Save Will DC 14
Onset 2d6 days
Effect –4 penalty on any Will saving throw against or to disbelieve illusions, and illusions of things that are not there (see below)
Dormancy Effect The afflicted character takes a –2 penalty on Will saving throws against or to disbelieve illusions.
DESCRIPTION
Hallucinations can affect all of the senses, but some of the most potentially debilitating are auditory hallucinations, where the afflicted character hears voices talking in his head, and visual
hallucinations, where the afflicted character sees things that aren’t there. Most hallucinations are intermittent and produce a muddling of reality.

MANIA
Type lesser madness (compulsion); Save Will DC 14
Onset 1 day
Effect Each round when an afflicted character is within 30 feet and can see the object of her mania, she must succeed at a Will saving throw or rush to interact with that object. If the
afflicted character succeeds at the saving throw by 5 or more, she can keep away from the object of the mania or resist the manic activity for 1 minute before having to attempt the
saving throw again. After failing a saving throw and fully performing the mania’s compulsion, the afflicted character need not attempt another saving throw for 1 minute, as she
has temporarily satisfied her obsession.
Dormancy Effect Each round when an afflicted character is within 30 feet and can see the object of her mania, she must attempt a Will saving throw. If she fails, she can choose to
either interact with the object of her mania (as above) or become fascinated by the object while abstaining from the activity for 1 round. If the afflicted character succeeds at this
saving throw by 5 or more, she can’t be fascinated by that particular stimulus for 24 hours before having to attempt the saving throw again (for instance, if a character obsessed with
swords succeeded at her save against a particular sword by 5 or more, she wouldn’t be fascinated by that sword for 24 hours, but she might be fascinated by other swords).
DESCRIPTION
A mania is an irrational and unhealthy obsession with an object or activity. Nearly any object or activity can become the object of a mania, but often the object is either dangerous (like fire or
deadly magic) or somewhat taboo (like the need to commit small thefts or engage in risky sexual behavior). The GM determines the exact nature of the mania, but it should
have some connection to the madness’s impetus and be respectful to the narrative sensibilities and maturity of the player and the group.

MELANCHOLIA
Type lesser madness; Save Will DC 14
Onset 1d4 days
Effect –2 penalty on initiative checks, and morale bonuses are halved (minimum +0)
Dormancy Effect None
DESCRIPTION
A character suffering from melancholia struggles with severe pessimism and can often be slow to respond to threats and events going on around him. He can seem quiet and withdrawn, and
his sense of enthusiasm is dulled. In extreme cases, a character suffering from melancholia becomes entirely introverted and utterly withdrawn, even to the point of near catatonia.

NIGHT TERRORS
Type lesser madness; Save Will DC 16
Onset 1 day
Effect Each night when the afflicted character sleeps, she must succeed at a saving throw or wake up fatigued (see below).
Dormancy Effect None
DESCRIPTION
A character suffering from night terrors is plagued by persistent terrifying dreams, worry, or terror that impedes her from getting restful sleep. Each night the afflicted character must succeed at a saving throw or wake up fatigued, though multiple nights of night terrors do not increase the condition to exhausted, and an exhausted character with night terrors wakes up after 8 hours of sleep either rested or fatigued based on the success or failure of the saving throw for this affliction. Often a character suffering from night terrors will bolt upright during sleep, eyes open, and scream, though less-dramatic symptoms are also possible. A character who awakens fatigued from night terrors doesn’t count as having had a good night’s rest for the purpose of preparing new spells, and she can’t remove the fatigue until she gets a good night’s rest by succeeding at the Will save against night terrors.

PARANOIA
Type lesser madness; Save Will DC 17
Onset 2d6 days
Effect The afflicted character gains a +2 bonus on saving throws against charm effects, but takes a –2 penalty on Bluff, Diplomacy, and Sense Motive checks. When the afflicted character attempts a Sense Motive check, the GM rolls the check in secret, and failure gives the afflicted character the impression that those whose motives he is trying to sense are plotting against him in some way. Lastly, any time the afflicted character tries to use or gain a benefit from the aid another action, or is the target of a beneficial spell or effect from an ally, he must
succeed at a Will saving throw in order to take the aid another action or gain the benefit from the action, spell, or effect.
Dormancy Effect The afflicted character gains a +2 bonus on saving throws against charm effects, but takes a –2 penalty on Bluff, Diplomacy, and Sense Motive checks.
DESCRIPTION
A paranoid character is convinced that the world and society are conspiring toward his ruin. Typically those afflicted with paranoia are fidgety, argumentative, sullen, or extremely introverted.

PHOBIA
Type lesser madness (fear); Save Will DC 14
Onset 1 day
Effect Each round an afflicted character is within 30 feet and can see the object of her phobia, she must succeed at a Will saving throw or become shaken. The next round, the afflicted
character can choose to attempt another saving throw to end the effect, but if she fails, she becomes scared (see page 10) instead. A scared character can choose to attempt another
saving throw to become shaken again, but if she fails, she becomes frightened for 1d6 rounds instead.
Dormancy Effect Each round an afflicted character is within 30 feet and can see the object of her phobia, she must succeed at a Will saving throw or become shaken for 1 round. If the
afflicted character succeeds at this saving throw by 5 or more, that particular stimulus can’t cause her to become shaken for 24 hours before having to attempt the saving throw again (for
instance, if a character has a phobia of spiders and succeeds at her saving throw by 5 or more after seeing the wizard’s spider familiar, she doesn’t need to attempt another saving throw
against the familiar for 24 hours, but she would still need to attempt a saving throw if she saw a different spider).
DESCRIPTION
A phobia is an irrational fear of an object or activity. Nearly any object or activity can become the focus of a phobia, but often the object is either very specific (like all spiders, no matter how big or small, or clowns) or something that could be hazardous in some situations (like heights or water) but could be made relativity safe with magical or mundane precautions. The GM determines the exact nature of the phobia, but it should have some connection to the madness’s impetus and be respectful to the narrative sensibilities and maturity of the player and the group.

GREATER MADNESS
Greater madnesses can be extremely debilitating.

AMNESIA
Type greater madness; Save Will DC 22
Onset immediate
Effect –4 penalty on Will saving throws and skill checks, and loss of memory (see below)
Dormancy Effect Unlike other madnesses, the normal effect and the dormancy effect of amnesia are the same.
DESCRIPTION
A character suffering from amnesia cannot remember things; his name, skills, and past are all equal mysteries. While the character can build new memories, he has trouble accessing those gained before he contracted amnesia. While a character with amnesia can still speak and read any languages he knows, and doesn’t lose the most basic of skills needed to care for himself and interact within society, he cannot remember anything substantial about his past. A character with this affliction loses all class abilities, feats, and skill ranks gained before contracting amnesia. He retains his base attack bonus, saving throws bonuses (though he takes a –4 penalty on Will saves), CMB, CMD, total XP, Hit Dice, and hit points. If a character gains a character level while suffering from amnesia, he can use any abilities gained via that class level normally. If the class level he gained was of a class in which he already had levels, he initially gains the abilities of a 1st-level character of that class, even though he is technically of a higher level in that class, and then progresses from there. When the amnesia is cured, the character regains the full abilities of the class; recalculate his level based on his total XP.

CATATONIA
Type greater madness; Save Will DC 24
Onset immediate
Effect The afflicted character acts as if she were cowering, but this is not a fear effect, unlike other forms of cowering.
Dormancy Effect The afflicted character is staggered.
DESCRIPTION
A character suffering from catatonia mentally shuts down completely, or nearly so, greatly limiting her physical capabilities as well. While a catatonic character still breathes, she can eat
or drink without assistance only if the catatonia is dormant. If a catatonic character is faced with a dangerous situation, she must attempt a saving throw. If she succeeds, she acts as if panicked (though this is not a fear effect) until she is out of line of sight of the danger or is cornered. If she is cornered, she cowers again.

COGNITIVE BLOCK
Type greater madness; Save Will DC 20
Onset immediate
Effect The afflicted character can no longer speak or write and has difficulty concentrating. He can no longer use command word items, spell-trigger items, or spell-completion items. He takes a –10 penalty on concentration checks. He cannot cast spells with a verbal or thought (Pathfinder RPG Occult Adventures 144) component, and cannot prepare spells from a spellbook.
Dormancy Effect The afflicted character takes a –4 penalty on concentration checks.
DESCRIPTION
This affliction deprives a character of his concentration and his ability to speak, read, and write, though he can understand words he hears and can react to requests and commands as normal.

DISSOCIATED IDENTITY
Type greater madness; Save Will DC 20
Onset 2d6 days
Effect –6 penalty on Will saving throws and Wisdom-based checks, and disassociated identities (see below)
Dormancy Effect –2 penalty on Will saving throws and Wisdom-based checks
DESCRIPTION
This is a complicated affliction that manifests as two or more distinct and different personalities in the same mind. The number of personalities is up to the GM, as is the nature of the
personalities. Should the affliction worsen in some way (such as by gaining dissociated identity again), the number of additional personalities might increase as well. Each morning upon waking and each time the afflicted character is revived from unconsciousness, she must succeed at a Will save, or one of the character’s other personalities takes hold. If the afflicted
character has more than one personality because of this madness, the manifested personality is either randomly chosen or chosen by the GM. If the afflicted character succeeds at all her saving throws against manifesting alternate personalities for 3 consecutive days, there is a 10% cumulative chance each night thereafter that another personality takes control during the character’s sleep, returning to bed afterwards and leaving the character with less sleep than expected; if the afflicted character fails a saving throw, the cumulative chance resets. The afflicted character’s memories, skills, and other abilities are unaffected by the personality shift, but typically the various personalities have no knowledge of each other and will deny, often violently, that the other personalities exist.

MORAL INSANITY
Type greater madness; Save Will DC 22
Onset 3d6 days
Effect The afflicted character’s alignment shifts to evil, and he gains a +10 competence bonus on Bluff checks to hide this madness. Once per day, the afflicted character can attempt a
Will saving throw to suppress this effect for 24 hours.
Dormancy Effect none
DESCRIPTION
This complex madness fills the afflicted character with hatred for the world and a detached feeling about others, as if they were nothing more than pawns for the afflicted character’s own uses. A character afflicted by moral insanity might plot the demise of friends and enemies alike, but always with the goal of avoiding blame or consequences and enabling him to continue to feed his dark desires. The impact of moral insanity must be roleplayed, although not all players may find it fun or interesting to play such a character. In such cases, the GM should assume control of the character whenever the madness is dominant. Evil characters can’t gain this madness.

PSYCHOSOMATIC LOSS
Type greater madness; Save Will DC 20
Onset immediate
Effect The afflicted character becomes blinded or deafened, loses another special sense (like scent or blindsense), loses the use of limbs, or loses a special movement speed (like a fly or swim
speed). The GM chooses how the psychosomatic loss manifests.
Dormancy Effect none
DESCRIPTION
While there is nothing physically wrong with the afflicted character, some kind of mental trauma has forced her brain to shut down sensory or motor systems. Furthermore, magical effects
that typically remove these conditions (such as remove blindness/deafness) have no effect on this madness; the madness must be cured in order to regain the senses or motor skills.

SCHIZOPHRENIA
Type greater madness; Save Will DC 22
Onset 1d6 days
Effect –4 penalty on Wisdom- and Charisma-based checks; cannot take 10 or take 20 on any check; chance of becoming confused (see below)
Dormancy Effect cannot take 10 or take 20 on any check
DESCRIPTION
A character afflicted with schizophrenia can no longer function as he once did, dealing with sudden deficits in social skills and cognition, and an influx of new, strange behaviors. The character
becomes erratic, chaotic, and unpredictable as his affliction and symptoms continue, often hitting a peak of symptoms including hallucinations and delusions. Each time a character afflicted
with this madness finds himself in a stressful situation (such as combat), he must succeed at a Will saving throw or become confused for 1d6 rounds.

HR新疯狂,pg.25
WENDIGO DELUSION
Type greater madness; Save Will DC 20
Onset 1d6 days
Effect –6 penalty on Wisdom-based checks and concentration checks; –8 penalty on Will saves against supernatural wendigo psychosis; potential nausea and cannibal urges (see below)
Dormancy Effect –4 penalty on Will saves against supernatural wendigo psychosis
DESCRIPTION
A person who is driven to commit cannibalism to survive conditions of overwhelming isolation and hunger might contract wendigo delusion. A victim of wendigo delusion never fully recovers from his ordeal, and becomes convinced that the flesh of creatures of its own race is the only food it can gain sustenance from. The creature suffers from constant hunger pangs and minor but distracting hallucinations. When the victim consumes food other than the flesh of a creature of his own race, he must succeed at a Will save against wendigo delusion or be nauseated for 1d3 hours. For 24 hours after feeding on the flesh of a creature of his own race, the sufferer of wendigo delusion does not take the skill and concentration check penalties from wendigo delusion. A creature that suffers from this madness also takes a penalty on saving throws against the wendigo psychosis curse inflicted by true wendigos.
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Re: 【HA】第五章 惧怖规则 之 疯狂规则
« 回帖 #2 于: 2017-01-05, 周四 10:21:44 »
感觉HA大部分都是增加难度的扩展,比起堆彻战力来说,属于另一种体验,但是感觉要求DM有很深的功底才能开这些规则,不然总感觉PC会死的很快
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Re: 【HA】第五章 懼怖規則 之 瘋狂規則
« 回帖 #3 于: 2017-04-25, 周二 01:11:25 »
我點開看了下原文,好像有許多敘述性文字並沒有翻譯?

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Re: 【HA】第五章 惧怖规则 之 疯狂规则
« 回帖 #4 于: 2017-05-09, 周二 10:52:20 »
看来可以用PF跑COC团啦!
调查员:啥?克总?吃我大爹啦!
【好一口毒奶】1/1 被队友奶死-墓穴蜘蛛
【从天而降的掌法】 1/1 被着陆的BOSS砸死-反射没过
【这不可楞!】 1/1 25%的命中率还被重击而死-牛头人
【人类定身术】 1/1 意志没过+被CDG
每一次死亡,都会让我变得更强。
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