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Each character has access to Focus Points, which allow you access to two different abilities: Summons and Drive Forms. Summons allow you to call for special, powerful creatures to fight for you while Drive Forms allow you to use that power to augment yourself and become multiple times stronger.

Focus Points, or FP, are the only thing that is gained by achieving a new level, and the power of their abilities are solely based on the amount of points rather than a stat. FP are meant to give specialized characters, such as those who may focus on physical fighting only, a way to counter their weaknesses, even if for a short amount of time.

FP slowly regenerate over the course of the topic. It takes 2 posts to restore 1FP. While a summon or drive is active, the FP halts regeneration until the summon or drive is over. FP can be transferred to or from another character, though it requires a separate ability, either through a spell, synth, or other such method. A character's max FP can be temporarily raised by, at most, 50% (rounded down). It may not be increased permanently.



Lvl. 1 - 3FP
Lvl. 2 - 4FP
Lvl. 3 - 5FP
Lvl. 4 - 7FP
Lvl. 5 - 9FP
Lvl. 6 - 10FP


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