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Tag!
Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics
requirements: Level 12
ranks: 1
benefit: Pick an additional Tag Skill (increasing that skill by +20% immediately and by 2% per skill point spent)
Fallout 3
requirements: Level 16
ranks: 1
benefit: Select a fourth skill to be a Tag Skill (instantly raises it by 15 points)
base id: 31DBD
J.E. Sawyer's Fallout RPG
requirements:  ?
ranks: 1
benefit:  ?
Image:Tag! FO3.png

Tag! is a Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout 3, J.E. Sawyer's Fallout Role-Playing Game and Fallout Tactics Perk.

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Fallout, Fallout 2 and Fallout Tactics

Your skills have improved to the point where you can pick an additional Tag Skill, increasing that skill by +20% immediately and 2% per skill point spent.

Notes

This Perk also doubles all skill points previously spent on this skill (but not the initial 20% bonus) in Fallout and Fallout 2.

Fallout 3

The Tag! perk allows you to select a fourth Skill to be a Tag skill, which instantly raises it by 15 points. Because of the reduced properties of tag skills, this is essentially nothing more than a 15 point bonus to any given skill.

Notes

While tagged skills do not have the same benefit as in previous games, this perk is the highest skill bonus perk in the game, along with the perk, Size Matters. (All others are +10) It is useful for quickly bringing a new skill up to the level of your starting skills. e.g, 60 Lockpick becomes 75, enough for a hard, and you can then dispatch points to get it to 90.

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Perks of Fallout 2
Perks of Fallout 3
Perks of Fallout Tactics

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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010
(Redirected to Brian Cruz (Earth-616) article)

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Brian

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Height
5' 9"

Weight
175 lbs (80 kg)

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Student

Origin
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Last appearance

New Mutants Vol 2 #10
(May, 2004)
New X-Men Vol 2 #24
(March, 2006)

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History

Tag and Icarus

Brian came to Emma Frost’s squad after the rebuilding of the school and joined the Hellions, taking the codename Tag. He never questioned Hellion’s orders, and often eagerly went along with the squad’s plans.

After most of the world's mutants lost their powers during the Decimation, Emma Frost decided it would be best if non-powered students left the school. While some left early, Tag stuck around the mansion as long as possible. After he and several other mutants (including Dryad and Network) said goodbye to their friends, they climbed on a bus out of Xavier's. Unfortunately the bus was destroyed by a missile launched by William Stryker's Purifiers. Tag and the others that were in the bus were killed.

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Powers

Pariah Effect: Tag had a very unusual psionic ability. He was capable of tagging a person making the person become "it". When he touched someone he used a form of telepathy that caused them to emit a psionic signal making them a target for others to run away from or to run toward. He could choose the number of people who would be affected by this strange "tag" game.

Once during a training session he "tagged" Hellion of his squad making the new mutants squad run away from him while leaving his teammates unaffected.

The effect stopped when the victim or victims reached a distance of about 100 feet or so. This "tag" game could also work the other way around making all the people want to run toward the person he "tagged" and crumbling all together on top of the person "tagged".

The person "tagged" wasn't affected by his powers but all the others that he chose were compelled to do so without choice and usually they were fully aware of what was happening but weren't able to control themselves. His powers also worked in other ways like "tagging" a person to run away from himself if he desired him to do so. In this manner he "tagged" a person and the person just started to run away with no control whatsoever and he didn't even know why. When he touched someone he always said "you´re it!".

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