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Help for 'luck'

All About Luck

   @luck - toggle whether you rely on your luck or not

   When your character's stats or skills are challenged via an action (such
   as detecting if someone is hidden), there is always a chance that you will
   fail the challenge. It's in this case that your Luck might give you a
   second chance, automatically rerolling the numbers and letting you succeed.

   Your character's luck pool is refilled each day with an amount of points
   based on your character's Luck stat. When your luck pool runs dry, your
   'luck has run out' and it won't save you from failed stat checks.

   Because your luck runs out, its important to manage how you spend it. By
   typing '@luck', you can toggle when you rely on your luck. This makes it
   useful to keep your luck off until you're about to do something important,
   risky or new, as it will increase the likelihood that you have luck points
   to spend.


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