Yeah, LibreOffice is sensitive to what is currently selected when a command is executed.
If you care about formatting, line two of Table PS1 went wonky. The line starting with the number 1?
A note about the Telepath… since they have the ability to contact a previously contacted, known mind, out of sight (effectively at any range it appears?)… I could imagine a cunning player with a cruel character contacting an enemy mind one day, and then weeks or months later “haunting” said enemy remotely with creepy mental voices and sudden screams and so forth… no matter where they travel in the world. Combine with clairvoyance to haunt the entire family!
Ah, does clairvoyance count as line of sight? If so, it would enable a lot of remote options, trickery, and potential shenanigans.
Unless there is something I am missing like skill checks or psi checks to disguise the mental ‘voice’, or checks to mentally envision and send SFX instead of speech-thoughts, or if that sort of creative application is simply not possible in your psionic system… this seems like an interesting way to take down enemies, sneakily remove or discredit political opponents, and punish or prank folks.
I guess this would be limited by the detection capabilities of the society or civilization in question, and whether psionics versus magic have detection / protection options or not. Also if lingering auras for recently used powers exist for psi or not outside of the psychometry option. Plus a lot of people are likely to be Nulls by default, depending on your demographics?
Telekinetics can “mode” things: spelling error, page 3
Ability Classes on page two lists “Esper” but on page 4 the title is given as Clairsentient instead?
Seems like the Psihealer should have a skill to deaden or heighten nerves/ senses. Deaden could be used during surgery or Shape Flesh, also on Beserkers or in other combat situations to give a penalty to a sense. Heighten could be used when spotting or searching or tracking, or certain kinds of dexterity based skills to grant a small bonus - but also make a person vulnerable to things which suddenly afflict the heightened sense.