So, correct me if I'm wrong but they do use, for example, Hoho and the like still yes? Even sans Doll? And theoretically could use reishi if they stole it, the latter being a more fluff bit given I'm assuming WE assume they 'stole' reishi when using things.
Post by Garra Desalmados on Dec 5, 2014 3:41:28 GMT -5
All races use the four basic skills
> Weapon Proficiency
> Reiatsu Perception
So yes, that is a constant no matter who or what you are, a Bount is capable of functioning without their Doll and are built as a normal character would be - they just don't have powers. Their Doll has powers, they must rely on skills and techniques exclusively if they are without their Doll. Its the same thing as a Shinigami. They don't have powers, their Zanpakuto does. Without it? They can still fight and function, some better than others (some lean too heavily on their Zanpakuto but someone who uses Kido has no such problem for example), but obviously they are losing an advantage by not employing the thing that has their powers.
The question is a bit odd - everyone can fight without their powers if they so choose, Bounts are no different. They can still fight, use other weapons, use Bitto, use techniques, etc. and they have reiryoku to employ like every other spiritual creature. They just need to feed on living sources of reiryoku to function instead of being able to absorb latent reishi or eat inanimate reishi like a Hollow or Shinigami. Everyone has to eat to replenish their spiritual energy, Bount just have a dietary restriction.
Post by Garra Desalmados on Dec 5, 2014 5:20:19 GMT -5
I feel it may be pertinent to reiterate that the Bount arrangement isn't mechanically stamped off, as most things it requires other people in mechanics (probably Colin) to tinker and give it a thumbs up.
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