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Often times with Open Legend, people have attempted to homebrew something only to later realize you can already achieve this via the already existing core rules. Using homebrew content can easily break games, but that's the purpose of this wiki, to provide a single source for people to post ideas and playtest them to see if they work in practice and then fine tune them via editing of the wiki.
What's better than 1 summon ?
2 summons !
Or a stronger/more versatile one.
Using the materials/magic/time usually spent on creating more summons, you use them to improve an existing one instead.
When creating at least 2 summons, you can chose to combine pairs of summons into 1 stronger summon.
The result will have the statistics of one summon with the added statistics of the second summon halved and rounded down.
This applies to all statistics including defense and hit points.
The creature will count as 2 for the purpose of maximum number of creatures summoned.
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When combining 2 creatures of PL 6 with the following attributes :
Creature 1 : Agility 4, Fortitude 3, Perception 3, HP 6, Defenses 13
Creature 2 : Agility 4, Entropy 3, Perception 3, HP 6, Defenses 13
The result is : Agility 6, Fortitude 3, Perception 4, Entropy 1, HP 9, Defenses 19
In this case, Creature 1 is the primary, so all stats are kept, Creature 2 is the one that merges, so Creature 2 has their stats cut in half, rounded down (or decimals dropped), and then added to Creature 1.
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