Post by Noland Hardy on Mar 26, 2016 19:39:20 GMT -5
This effect isn't allowed. This has been attempted in the past; however, that's not the primary reason for me denying this.
You made this entire effect useless based on this statement of yours:
"When the round ends you would calculate the decrease in the same way as normal as you would forget the change from the effect."
^ This doesn't make any sense. If this type of effect was actually allowed, you're making the entire thing pointless. You'd have no reason to go by binary numbers when you're going to be calculating their G power by what they would have had. It's just a gimmick from that point. Another effect could easily have more usefulness than that, and I believe that's the best thing that could happen in this case.