CourseMan's Signatures

So, for the last five battles, I've not been using Courser's signature, because we realised that it's actually illegal. Oops.

It was registered as: Counter(Incoming Attack): Multi-Stage: Decoy and Dodge, Then Multi-Hit: (15 Aqua, Shot-type) x 2 hits. Charge-time1. (Cost: 90 before nerfing, final cost: 60, 3TCD)

Even though the activation of the sig and the triggering of the effects can happen in different turns, it's still a sig that contains a dodge, and a charge time nerf... so, that's bad. It also needs to be a trap, if it's reacting against the action, rather than the effect. This means I need to do it over, and make it into something that he Can legally use.

The new sig, then, will be:

Forked Streams:

Taking a moment to scope out the situation around him and prepare for likely eventualities, CourseMan can respond with near pre-emptive alacrity to an attack directed at him. He dodges, most commonly with a dive-roll, in two opposite directions. Despite being designed without a manual dexterity preference, the real CourseMan usually (though not always) favours moving to his left, while the decoy goes right. Being a fully tactile decoy, it will respond independently to CourseMan as it dodges away; if the terrain should be different, it can and will respond intelligently.

In the same moment as beginning his deception, CourseMan begins to prepare a quick-shot retaliation, charging tiny water pulses in each hand, yet, as he splits, his touch-sensitive decoy literally carries one of the shots with it, safely englobed in its own wave-whip. As the navi and decoy come out of their respective evasions, they both release the tiny shots at the target that attacked them. The decoy will generally then smirk and flick his coat front with both hands or else make some manner of self-assured comment, gloating; CourseMan himself will often do the same, taunting his foe, but sometimes he'll remain quiet and simply allow the spotlight to go to his copy.

He's still getting the hang of dealing with the split in his awareness caused by utilising shadow decoys, and for the time being a sudden split like this will leave him a little disoriented, and slightly less capable of making further evasion after the first.

Trap(Incoming Attack against CourseMan): Multi-Stage: First (Dodge + Decoy(2 rounds)), Then (5Aqua, Shot x2 Hits), Then (Self-Slow). 3TCD

(Cost Total: 90 before nerfing, Final Cost 60Pts.)
The new sig is fine and approved. In this case, I'd say changing this without an item or upgrade to do so is fine since the original signature wasn't legal to begin with and we should have caught that in registration.
Thankyou! I've been deliberately not using it since we realised it was illegal, so it's good to get it fixed up.
Jenny bought courser some upgrades!

At level 5 now: Cap is 100 (150) / 20, with 0/260 to spend.


Forked Streams:

Taking a moment to scope out the situation around him and prepare for likely eventualities, CourseMan can respond with near pre-emptive alacrity to an attack directed at him. He dodges, most commonly with a dive-roll, in two opposite directions. Despite being designed without a manual dexterity preference, the real CourseMan usually (though not always) favours moving to his left, while the decoy goes right. The decoy will respond independently to CourseMan as it dodges away; if the terrain should be different, it can and will respond intelligently.

In the same moment as beginning his deception, CourseMan begins to prepare a quick-shot retaliation, charging tiny water pulses in each hand, yet, as he splits, his decoy carries one of the shots with it, safely englobed in its own wave-whip. As the navi and decoy come out of their respective evasions, they both release the tiny shots at the target that attacked them. The decoy will generally then smirk and flick his coat front with both hands or else make some manner of self-assured comment, gloating; CourseMan himself will often do the same, taunting his foe, but sometimes he'll remain quiet and simply allow the spotlight to go to his copy.

Courser has improved his response time with this trick, and is much more used to using it now, so he no longer suffers any kind of slow down post evasion, and he can make the retaliation shots just a little bit stronger than before. Even so, they're still nothing more than teasing flick.

Trap(Incoming Attack against CourseMan): Multi-Stage: First (Dodge(40) + Decoy(1 rounds)(20)), Then (10Aqua, Shot x2 Hits (20)). (80) 2TCD


Mist and Shadow:

Following along with his philosophy of trying at all times to be where the damage is not, Courser has more than one trick up his sleeve for getting out of the way of harm. Not just a simple dodge, this trick sees Courseman doing a swift shadow blend that creates a double of himself rolling out of the way, while the navi himself warps quickly behind the attacking target.

The decoy will roll, then rise and taunt the target that attacked him, mockingly, while Courser will try to place a hand against the attacker directly as he comes out of his teleport, drawing off a partition of data through his wave-whip to help restore himself. Usually, when he does this, Courser is a bit slow on the recovery; he's still getting used to the disorientation of the sudden teleport, combined with the split in perspective with seeing back and forth through his clones.

Trap(Incoming Attack against CourseMan): Multi-Stage: First (Teleport(80) + Decoy (20)), Then ((Aqua)LifeDrain 10 (20)), Then (Self-Slow (+40)). (80(120)) 3 TCD


Solo Teamwork.

With both wave whips out and a wide variety of foes, courser will sometimes gather up a large amount of miniature water pulses inside the streams, before unleashing a scattering volley of micro shots about the battlefield. Any and all clones he currently has out will participate in this activity, with the shots coming equally spread from all active clones and Courser himself. If he has no clones when he does this, then courser will just fire the whole barrage himself, but that will look a lot more sad and lonely.

(10Aqua, x 2 Hits, x 4 Targets (80)). 2TCD


One More for the Company!

As much as CourseMan might be concerned about the impact splitting his awareness and consciousness is having on his sanity, he just can't seem to help himself from calling up another mate sometimes. This clone, like his main decoy, can be called into being anywhere within courser's reasonable field of vision, and he often uses it to surprise or distract foes with snarky comments from over their shoulders. It can appear in whatever state CourseMan himself is currently in, taking its cue from his active visual appearance, or it can show up in his normal default appearance, if this is different.

(Decoy (20)). 1TCD

Total: 260/260
Looks good, approved.
More upgrades!

At level 8 now: Cap is 100 (150) / 20, with 400 to spend.


Altered: Forked Streams:

Taking a moment to scope out the situation around him and prepare for likely eventualities, CourseMan can respond with near pre-emptive alacrity to an attack directed at him. He dodges, most commonly with a dive-roll, in two opposite directions. Despite being designed without a manual dexterity preference, the real CourseMan usually (though not always) favours moving to his left, while the decoy goes right. The decoy will respond independently to CourseMan as it dodges away; if the terrain should be different, it can and will respond intelligently.

In the same moment as beginning his deception, CourseMan begins to prepare a quick-shot retaliation, charging tiny water pulses in each hand, yet, as he splits, his decoy carries one of the shots with it, safely englobed in its own wave-whip. As the navi and decoy come out of their respective evasions, they both release the tiny shots at the target that attacked them. The decoy will generally then smirk and flick his coat front with both hands or else make some manner of self-assured comment, gloating; CourseMan himself will often do the same, taunting his foe, but sometimes he'll remain quiet and simply allow the spotlight to go to his copy.

Courser has improved his response time with this trick, and is much more used to using it now, so he no longer suffers any kind of slow down post evasion, and he can make the retaliation shots just a little bit stronger than before. Even so, they're still nothing more than teasing flick.

Trap(Incoming Attack against CourseMan): Multi-Stage: First (Dodge + Decoy(1 round)), Then (10Aqua, Shot-Type x2 Hits, 15Hp Self-Sacrifice). (60(80)) 2TCD

Unchanged: Mist and Shadow:

Following along with his philosophy of trying at all times to be where the damage is not, Courser has more than one trick up his sleeve for getting out of the way of harm. Not just a simple dodge, this trick sees Courseman doing a swift shadow blend that creates a double of himself rolling out of the way, while the navi himself warps quickly behind the attacking target.

The decoy will roll, then rise and taunt the target that attacked him, mockingly, while Courser will try to place a hand against the attacker directly as he comes out of his teleport, drawing off a partition of data through his wave-whip to help restore himself. Usually, when he does this, Courser is a bit slow on the recovery; he's still getting used to the disorientation of the sudden teleport, combined with the split in perspective with seeing back and forth through his clones.

Trap(Incoming Attack against CourseMan): Multi-Stage: First (Teleport + Decoy(1 round)), Then ((Aqua)LifeDrain 10, Shot-Type), Then (Self-Slow). (80(120)) 3 TCD


Unchanged: Solo Teamwork:

With both wave whips out and a wide variety of foes, courser will sometimes gather up a large amount of miniature water pulses inside the streams, before unleashing a scattering volley of micro shots about the battlefield. Any and all clones he currently has out will participate in this activity, with the shots coming equally spread from all active clones and Courser himself. If he has no clones when he does this, then courser will just fire the whole barrage himself, but that will look a lot more sad and lonely.

(10Aqua, x 2 Hits, x 4 Targets, Shot-Type (80)). 2TCD

New No Peeking!

It takes the fun out of it if someone cheats and looks through all the deocys and illusions. That's just plain unsporting, isn't it? Courser has a special trick that lies in wait for anyone who attempts to bypass his normal games, and can release a whip shot of darkened water, either from his own whips, or blind-siding from a decoy, intended not only to temporarily blind the attacker and ruin their sight, but also to deprive them of whatever weapon they had been about to use, that would have spoiled his fun. If he's very lucky or skilled, he might even manage to take control of the attack himself, for future use, but that's not the primary intention, which is to rob his opponent of it.

Counter(Nullify Attack directed against CourseMan or any of his decoys): (Blind + Disarm, Shot-Type, 15Hp Self-Sacrifice (As Cooldown)) (100) 2TCD

New: Murky Deception:

If the clones and the shielding and the fields and his general slippery nature aren't enough to keep Courser in places where the pain is not, he can, for short periods of time, create a misty, shadowed field of darkness and obscurity about himself that tricks the eye and makes him even harder to hit. The effect doesn't have any obvious visual tell, unless someone can already see through the deception; it mostly works by making it seem like he's just a bit displaced from where he actually is.

(Shadow, Self, 1 Round (80)). 2TCD

Total: 400/400


Did you want to have Counter on No Peeking instead of Trap? Since in Trap-Activated Attack's description:

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No traps will ever trigger against an attack with the Nullify effect included.

I mean, I guess there's nothing preventing you from making a useless attack... Everything else is fine though, fix that and you'll be good.
This is a good point.
I did not consider this.

Erm... I suppose it kinda defeats the intention to say I want the trap to trigger against someone preparing to use such an attack, rather than against the attack itself... doesn't it?

Edit: Changed to Counter.
Approved.
New: Wave Refresh:

Sometimes, no amount of trickery or deception, or clones, or decoys, or dodging, or illusions, or shields, or wave auras will be quite enough to stop the competent and suave adventurer from getting a few scrapes and bruises. Fortunately for CourseMan, just being surrounded by rushing water is enough to keep him feeling fit and fresh and ready for more. Moderately regularly, he can pull a quick wave wash over himself to freshen up and shake off his previous little mistakes.

(Healing 30 (40)). 1TCD

Total: 440/440
Approved.


Level 10: Cap is 140 (210). Pool is 480

Altered: Forked Streams:

Taking a moment to scope out the situation around him and prepare for likely eventualities, CourseMan can respond with near pre-emptive alacrity to an attack directed at him. He dodges, most commonly with a dive-roll, in two opposite directions. Despite being designed without a manual dexterity preference, the real CourseMan usually (though not always) favours moving to his left, while the decoy goes right. The decoy will respond independently to CourseMan as it dodges away; if the terrain should be different, it can and will respond intelligently.

In the same moment as beginning his deception, CourseMan begins to prepare a quick-shot retaliation, charging tiny water pulses in each hand, yet, as he splits, his decoy carries one of the shots with it, safely englobed in its own wave-whip. As the navi and decoy come out of their respective evasions, they both release the tiny shots at the target that attacked them. The decoy will generally then smirk and flick his coat front with both hands or else make some manner of self-assured comment, gloating; CourseMan himself will often do the same, taunting his foe, but sometimes he'll remain quiet and simply allow the spotlight to go to his copy.

Courser has improved his response time with this trick, and is much more used to using it now, so he no longer suffers any kind of slow down post evasion, and he can make the retaliation shots just a little bit stronger than before. Even so, they're still nothing more than teasing flick.

Trap(Incoming Attack against CourseMan): Multi-Stage: First (Dodge + Decoy(1 round)), Then (10Aqua, Shot-Type x2 Hits). (Total Value: 80, Pool Points Used: 80) 2TCD

Alteration: Removed Hp Sacrifice nerf, to spend all 80 points from the pool.

Unchanged: Mist and Shadow:

Following along with his philosophy of trying at all times to be where the damage is not, Courser has more than one trick up his sleeve for getting out of the way of harm. Not just a simple dodge, this trick sees Courseman doing a swift shadow blend that creates a double of himself rolling out of the way, while the navi himself warps quickly behind the attacking target.

The decoy will roll, then rise and taunt the target that attacked him, mockingly, while Courser will try to place a hand against the attacker directly as he comes out of his teleport, drawing off a partition of data through his wave-whip to help restore himself. Usually, when he does this, Courser is a bit slow on the recovery; he's still getting used to the disorientation of the sudden teleport, combined with the split in perspective with seeing back and forth through his clones.

Trap(Incoming Attack against CourseMan): Multi-Stage: First (Teleport + Decoy(1 round)), Then ((Aqua)LifeDrain 10, Shot-Type), Then (Self-Slow). (Total Value: 120, Pool Points Used: 80) 3 TCD


Unchanged: Solo Teamwork:

With both wave whips out and a wide variety of foes, courser will sometimes gather up a large amount of miniature water pulses inside the streams, before unleashing a scattering volley of micro shots about the battlefield. Any and all clones he currently has out will participate in this activity, with the shots coming equally spread from all active clones and Courser himself. If he has no clones when he does this, then courser will just fire the whole barrage himself, but that will look a lot more sad and lonely.

(10Aqua, x 2 Hits, x 4 Targets, Shot-Type (Total Value: 80, Pool Points Used: 80) 2TCD

Altered No Peeking!

It takes the fun out of it if someone cheats and looks through all the deocys and illusions. That's just plain unsporting, isn't it? Courser has a special trick that lies in wait for anyone who attempts to bypass his normal games, and can release a whip shot of darkened water, either from his own whips, or blind-siding from a decoy, intended not only to temporarily blind the attacker and ruin their sight, but also to deprive them of whatever weapon they had been about to use, that would have spoiled his fun. If he's very lucky or skilled, he might even manage to take control of the attack himself, for future use, but that's not the primary intention, which is to rob his opponent of it.

Counter(Nullify or Seeking Attack directed against CourseMan or any of his decoys): (First: (Blind + Disarm, Shot-Type), Then (Decoy(1 round)) (Total Value: 120, Pool Points Used: 120) 3TCD

Alteration: Added Seeking to the conditional, removed Nerf and added a decoy for one round. Cooldown and cost increased.

Unchanged: Murky Deception:

If the clones and the shielding and the fields and his general slippery nature aren't enough to keep Courser in places where the pain is not, he can, for short periods of time, create a misty, shadowed field of darkness and obscurity about himself that tricks the eye and makes him even harder to hit. The effect doesn't have any obvious visual tell, unless someone can already see through the deception; it mostly works by making it seem like he's just a bit displaced from where he actually is.

(Shadow, Self, 1 Round (Total Value: 80, Pool Points Used: 80)) 2TCD

Unchanged: Wave Refresh:

Sometimes, no amount of trickery or deception, or clones, or decoys, or dodging, or illusions, or shields, or wave auras will be quite enough to stop the competent and suave adventurer from getting a few scrapes and bruises. Fortunately for CourseMan, just being surrounded by rushing water is enough to keep him feeling fit and fresh and ready for more. Moderately regularly, he can pull a quick wave wash over himself to freshen up and shake off his previous little mistakes.

(Healing 30 (Total Value: 40, Pool Points Used: 40)) 1TCD

Total: 480/480
Looks good, approved!


Level 12: Cap is 140 (210). Pool is 560

Unchanged: Forked Streams:

Taking a moment to scope out the situation around him and prepare for likely eventualities, CourseMan can respond with near pre-emptive alacrity to an attack directed at him. He dodges, most commonly with a dive-roll, in two opposite directions. Despite being designed without a manual dexterity preference, the real CourseMan usually (though not always) favours moving to his left, while the decoy goes right. The decoy will respond independently to CourseMan as it dodges away; if the terrain should be different, it can and will respond intelligently.

In the same moment as beginning his deception, CourseMan begins to prepare a quick-shot retaliation, charging tiny water pulses in each hand, yet, as he splits, his decoy carries one of the shots with it, safely englobed in its own wave-whip. As the navi and decoy come out of their respective evasions, they both release the tiny shots at the target that attacked them. The decoy will generally then smirk and flick his coat front with both hands or else make some manner of self-assured comment, gloating; CourseMan himself will often do the same, taunting his foe, but sometimes he'll remain quiet and simply allow the spotlight to go to his copy.

Courser has improved his response time with this trick, and is much more used to using it now, so he no longer suffers any kind of slow down post evasion, and he can make the retaliation shots just a little bit stronger than before. Even so, they're still nothing more than teasing flick.

Trap(Incoming Attack against CourseMan): Multi-Stage: First (Dodge + Decoy(1 round)), Then (10Aqua, Shot-Type x2 Hits). (Total Value: 80, Pool Points Used: 80) 2TCD

Unchanged: Mist and Shadow:

Following along with his philosophy of trying at all times to be where the damage is not, Courser has more than one trick up his sleeve for getting out of the way of harm. Not just a simple dodge, this trick sees Courseman doing a swift shadow blend that creates a double of himself rolling out of the way, while the navi himself warps quickly behind the attacking target.

The decoy will roll, then rise and taunt the target that attacked him, mockingly, while Courser will try to place a hand against the attacker directly as he comes out of his teleport, drawing off a partition of data through his wave-whip to help restore himself. Usually, when he does this, Courser is a bit slow on the recovery; he's still getting used to the disorientation of the sudden teleport, combined with the split in perspective with seeing back and forth through his clones.

Trap(Incoming Attack against CourseMan): Multi-Stage: First (Teleport + Decoy(1 round)), Then ((Aqua)LifeDrain 10, Shot-Type), Then (Self-Slow). (Total Value: 120, Pool Points Used: 80) 3 TCD

Unchanged: Solo Teamwork:

With both wave whips out and a wide variety of foes, courser will sometimes gather up a large amount of miniature water pulses inside the streams, before unleashing a scattering volley of micro shots about the battlefield. Any and all clones he currently has out will participate in this activity, with the shots coming equally spread from all active clones and Courser himself. If he has no clones when he does this, then courser will just fire the whole barrage himself, but that will look a lot more sad and lonely.

(10Aqua, x 2 Hits, x 4 Targets, Shot-Type (Total Value: 80, Pool Points Used: 80) 2TCD

Unchanged No Peeking!

It takes the fun out of it if someone cheats and looks through all the deocys and illusions. That's just plain unsporting, isn't it? Courser has a special trick that lies in wait for anyone who attempts to bypass his normal games, and can release a whip shot of darkened water, either from his own whips, or blind-siding from a decoy, intended not only to temporarily blind the attacker and ruin their sight, but also to deprive them of whatever weapon they had been about to use, that would have spoiled his fun. If he's very lucky or skilled, he might even manage to take control of the attack himself, for future use, but that's not the primary intention, which is to rob his opponent of it.

Counter(Nullify or Seeking Attack directed against CourseMan or any of his decoys): (First: (Blind + Disarm, Shot-Type), Then (Decoy(1 round)) (Total Value: 120, Pool Points Used: 120) 3TCD

Altered: Murky Deception:

If the clones and the shielding and the fields and his general slippery nature aren't enough to keep Courser in places where the pain is not, he can, for short periods of time, create a misty, shadowed field of darkness and obscurity about himself that tricks the eye and makes him even harder to hit. The effect doesn't have any obvious visual tell, unless someone can already see through the deception; it mostly works by making it seem like he's just a bit displaced from where he actually is.

It lasts a little longer now, but delving into a shadow form for longer makes him less physically nimble while it is in effect.

(Shadow, Self, 2 Rounds, Self-Slow2 (1 round, 2 instances) (Total Value: 160, Pool Points Used: 160, Nerf as Cooldown reduction)) 2TCD

Alteration: Shadow lasts 2 Rounds, and reduces his evasion during the second round.

Unchanged: Wave Refresh:

Sometimes, no amount of trickery or deception, or clones, or decoys, or dodging, or illusions, or shields, or wave auras will be quite enough to stop the competent and suave adventurer from getting a few scrapes and bruises. Fortunately for CourseMan, just being surrounded by rushing water is enough to keep him feeling fit and fresh and ready for more. Moderately regularly, he can pull a quick wave wash over himself to freshen up and shake off his previous little mistakes.

(Healing 30 (Total Value: 40, Pool Points Used: 40)) 1TCD

Total: 560/560
Looks fine to me, approved
Level 15: Cap is 180 (270). Pool is 640

Unchanged: Forked Streams:

Taking a moment to scope out the situation around him and prepare for likely eventualities, CourseMan can respond with near pre-emptive alacrity to an attack directed at him. He dodges, most commonly with a dive-roll, in two opposite directions. Despite being designed without a manual dexterity preference, the real CourseMan usually (though not always) favours moving to his left, while the decoy goes right. The decoy will respond independently to CourseMan as it dodges away; if the terrain should be different, it can and will respond intelligently.

In the same moment as beginning his deception, CourseMan begins to prepare a quick-shot retaliation, charging tiny water pulses in each hand, yet, as he splits, his decoy carries one of the shots with it, safely englobed in its own wave-whip. As the navi and decoy come out of their respective evasions, they both release the tiny shots at the target that attacked them. The decoy will generally then smirk and flick his coat front with both hands or else make some manner of self-assured comment, gloating; CourseMan himself will often do the same, taunting his foe, but sometimes he'll remain quiet and simply allow the spotlight to go to his copy.

Courser has improved his response time with this trick, and is much more used to using it now, so he no longer suffers any kind of slow down post evasion, and he can make the retaliation shots just a little bit stronger than before. Even so, they're still nothing more than teasing flick.

Trap(Incoming Attack against CourseMan): Multi-Stage: First (Dodge + Decoy(1 round)), Then (10Aqua, Shot-Type x2 Hits). (Total Value: 80, Pool Points Used: 80) 2TCD

Unchanged: Mist and Shadow:

Following along with his philosophy of trying at all times to be where the damage is not, Courser has more than one trick up his sleeve for getting out of the way of harm. Not just a simple dodge, this trick sees Courseman doing a swift shadow blend that creates a double of himself rolling out of the way, while the navi himself warps quickly behind the attacking target.

The decoy will roll, then rise and taunt the target that attacked him, mockingly, while Courser will try to place a hand against the attacker directly as he comes out of his teleport, drawing off a partition of data through his wave-whip to help restore himself. Usually, when he does this, Courser is a bit slow on the recovery; he's still getting used to the disorientation of the sudden teleport, combined with the split in perspective with seeing back and forth through his clones.

Trap(Incoming Attack against CourseMan): Multi-Stage: First (Teleport + Decoy(1 round)), Then ((Aqua)LifeDrain 10, Shot-Type), Then (Self-Slow). (Total Value: 120, Pool Points Used: 80) 3 TCD

Unchanged: Solo Teamwork:

With both wave whips out and a wide variety of foes, Courser will sometimes gather up a large amount of miniature water pulses inside the streams, before unleashing a scattering volley of micro shots about the battlefield. Any and all clones he currently has out will participate in this activity, with the shots coming equally spread from all active clones and Courser himself. If he has no clones when he does this, then courser will just fire the whole barrage himself, but that will look a lot more sad and lonely.

(10Aqua, x 2 Hits, x 4 Targets, Shot-Type (Total Value: 80, Pool Points Used: 80) 2TCD

Unchanged: No Peeking!

It takes the fun out of it if someone cheats and looks through all the deocys and illusions. That's just plain unsporting, isn't it? Courser has a special trick that lies in wait for anyone who attempts to bypass his normal games, and can release a whip shot of darkened water, either from his own whips, or blind-siding from a decoy, intended not only to temporarily blind the attacker and ruin their sight, but also to deprive them of whatever weapon they had been about to use, that would have spoiled his fun. If he's very lucky or skilled, he might even manage to take control of the attack himself, for future use, but that's not the primary intention, which is to rob his opponent of it.

Counter(Nullify or Seeking Attack directed against CourseMan or any of his decoys): (First: (Blind + Disarm, Shot-Type), Then (Decoy(1 round)) (Total Value: 120, Pool Points Used: 120) 3TCD

Unchanged: Murky Deception:

If the clones and the shielding and the fields and his general slippery nature aren't enough to keep Courser in places where the pain is not, he can, for short periods of time, create a misty, shadowed field of darkness and obscurity about himself that tricks the eye and makes him even harder to hit. The effect doesn't have any obvious visual tell, unless someone can already see through the deception; it mostly works by making it seem like he's just a bit displaced from where he actually is.

It lasts a little longer now, but delving into a shadow form for longer makes him less physically nimble while it is in effect.

(Shadow, Self, 2 Rounds, Self-Slow2 (1 round, 2 instances) (Total Value: 160, Pool Points Used: 160, Nerf as Cooldown reduction)) 2TCD

Unchanged: Wave Refresh:

Sometimes, no amount of trickery or deception, or clones, or decoys, or dodging, or illusions, or shields, or wave auras will be quite enough to stop the competent and suave adventurer from getting a few scrapes and bruises. Fortunately for CourseMan, just being surrounded by rushing water is enough to keep him feeling fit and fresh and ready for more. Moderately regularly, he can pull a quick wave wash over himself to freshen up and shake off his previous little mistakes.

(Healing 30 (Total Value: 40, Pool Points Used: 40)) 1TCD

New: Ebb and Flow:

Small mistakes can sometimes lead to larger problems if they aren't dealt with quickly. When minor mishaps throw Courser off his game in a more pronounced way, he is able to roll with the ebb and flow of the battle, falling back with whatever affliction has landed on him, before returning to the fray with a renewing pulse and increased force.

Multi-Stage(First: Status Cure, Healing 5, Strengthen 10), (Then: Healing 5, Per Action, for 5 additional actions) (Total Value: 80, Pool Points Used: 80)) 2TCD

Total: 640/640
Approved.