Amputee (3.5e Flaw)
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You are missing a limb.
Prerequisite: Your race must have a functional version of the selected limb.
- Arm: The character cannot use ranged weapons that require two hands or two-handed weapons. The character takes a -2 on all charisma-based skill checks as society subconsciously dislikes such a thing. All checks and activities that rely on using two hands (such as use rope, handle animal) take a -5.
- Leg: The character cannot gain the benefits of special boots or leggings that require both sides to be used. The character takes a -2 on all charisma-based skill checks as society subconsciously dislikes such a thing. All checks and activities that rely on using two legs (such as use balance, climb) take a -5.
Benefit: Bonus Feat
Special: The character missing limb can not be replaced with anything. The DM should only allow magic to restore the limb if there is penalty for it, such as lossing a feat or acquiring a new flaw.
Roleplaying Ideas: Was the limb lost for some reason after birth (possibly during game-play), or was the character born without it? Is the limb actually missing, or does it still hang limply from the characters body?