This charm allows the character to attack two targets with the same arrow, splitting the successes on the attack roll between the two targets. Lunar, page 156.
As above, except that the successes are not split; the character makes one attack roll and applies all of the successes rolled to each target
As above, except the charm is supplemental rather than extra action, and only costs 2 motes. If comboed with other supplemental charms such as damage enhancers, these apply to both targets.
<b>Cost: 2 motes Duration: Instant Type: Supplemental Min. Dexterity: 4 Min. Essence: 2 Prereqs: Knowing the Arrow's Path
Using this charm, the PC may attack two targets with one arrow. The Player makes one attack roll against the first target, which may defend as normal, if the Arrow hits and deals at least one Health level, The arrow pierce through the target's Body and moves on to the second target, which again may defend as normal against a difficulty equal to the net Success of the initial roll. Second target must be Standing in the line of fire and within Bow range though other charms may negate these limitations.
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- Hugh - though it feels wierd to vote for myself
Delete this charm
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Ok basically went the supplemental route, i would have gone with Extra action but it's not really allowing another full-pool action, can also extand the charm effect to more than two targets - as long as you hit off course, though that wouldn't really be Two Target Method =) I think the 2m cost is ok but can see it at 3m. I can see some nice tactics and stunts with this charm. - Hugh