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In the SPECIAL character system, traits are optional character modifications that affect the player character. Fallout 3 is the first SPECIAL game where there are no traits, as they were rolled into perks.

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Traits modify different aspects of gameplay, including (but not limited to): Primary statistics, derived statistics and skills. Traits always have both positive and negative results.

In games where traits exist, one can choose up to two traits when designing a character (or none at all). Choosing the Mutate! perk lets the player change one of his traits. Note that if you chose no trait at character creation, you cannot fill the empty slot with this perk.

Race

In Fallout Tactics, where characters of different races can be created, traits also have different racial requirements. In Lionheart, a fantasy game which uses the SPECIAL system, a different approach to racial traits was chosen. For each race one is free to choose (or not) any of the regular list of traits, but if the character belongs to one of the "tainted" races (i.e. everyone except pureblood humans), the player has to choose one of the list of racial traits available to their race. These traits are the only thing that distinguishes the races from humans and often had no penalty other than marking the character as tainted.

List of traits

General traits

Trait Fallout Fallout 2 Tactics Van Buren
Bloody Mess yes yes yes no
Bruiser yes yes yes yes
Chem Reliant yes yes yes yes
Chem Resistant yes yes yes no
Clean Living no no no yes
Fast Metabolism yes yes yes no
Fast Shot yes yes yes yes
Feral Kid no no no yes
Finesse yes yes yes yes
Gifted yes yes yes yes
Good Natured yes yes yes yes
Heavy Handed yes yes yes no
Increased Metabolism no no no yes
Jinxed yes yes yes no
Kamikaze yes yes yes yes
Night Person yes no yes yes
One Hander yes yes yes yes
One In a Million no no no yes
Red Scare no no no yes
Sex Appeal no yes no no
Skilled yes yes yes yes
Small Frame yes yes yes yes

Racial traits

Trait Fallout Fallout 2 Tactics Van Buren
Beta Software no no yes no
EMP Shielding no no yes no
Domesticated no no yes no
Fear the Reaper no no yes no
Glowing One no no yes no
Ham Fisted no no yes no
Rabid no no yes no
Targeting Computer no no yes no
Tech Wizard no no yes no
Tight Nuts no no yes no
Vat Skin no no yes no

See also

Traits

This article uses material from the "Trait" article on the Fallout wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
(Redirected to Support Abilities article)

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Support abilities are abilities that enhance a character. They are also called passive abilities or job traits. They range from providing bonuses to improving equipment options, general stats, physical or magical resists, and so on. Some support abilities are innate to a particular job or monster.

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Appearances

Final Fantasy IV

Main article: Augment (Final Fantasy IV)

Final Fantasy V

Main article: Support Abilities (Final Fantasy V)

Final Fantasy VII

Main article: Support Materia

Final Fantasy VIII

Main article: Support Abilities (Final Fantasy VIII)

Final Fantasy IX

Main article: Support Abilities (Final Fantasy IX)

Final Fantasy X

Main article: Auto Abilities

Final Fantasy X-2

Main article: Support Abilities (Final Fantasy X-2)

Final Fantasy XI

Gained at certain job levels and with Merit Points. Can be enhanced via Equipment.

Traits Gained by Level

Traits Gained by Merit

Merit Points are gained after level 75.

Final Fantasy XII

Main article: Augments (Final Fantasy XII)
Main article: List of Final Fantasy XII Accessories

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

Main article: Support Abilities (Revenant Wings)

Final Fantasy Tactics

Main article: Support Abilities (Final Fantasy Tactics)

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Main article: Support Abilities (Final Fantasy Tactics Advance)

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift


This article uses material from the "Support Abilities" article on the Final Fantasy wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.







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