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In the rules for parrying, it says one of the modifiers is the weapon's parry value. I've seen these values, but I am confused by how they work. Example:
If you would normally parry 75%, and your sword's parry value is -15%, then is your parry value 90% or 60%?
Furthermore, the neural whip's parry value is -50%. Isn't that a bit much? And it says that there is "an extra -20% modifier for attempts to parry against a neural whip". Does this mean:
If you would normally parry 75%, then it's 50% for the whip, and 20% again? So a total of 5%? Or is it 75% - 50% + 20%?
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