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  • PEGClint
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    Originally posted by PrimevalAtom View Post
    In Size Matters: sections it state
    "If there’s a difference in Scale between the attacker and defender, the grappler subtracts the difference from his total (the defender does not).
    And the example is A dragon (Huge +4) tries to pin a half-folk thief (Normal). The difference between Huge and Normal Scales is 4, so the dragon must subtract 4 from its Athletics roll. Then it goes to explain the opposite, If an ogre (Normal) tries to wrestle a great white shark (Large +2), he must subtract 2 from his roll."

    You use subtract both ways
    Yep. As it says, "the grappler subtracts the difference." Doesn't matter if it's positive or negative, you subtract the difference. It's harder to grab something significantly smaller and it's harder to grab (and entangle) something notably bigger.

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  • PrimevalAtom
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    Clarify Grappling

    In Size Matters: sections it state
    "If there’s a difference in Scale between the attacker and defender, the grappler subtracts the difference from his total (the defender does not).
    And the example is A dragon (Huge +4) tries to pin a half-folk thief (Normal). The difference between Huge and Normal Scales is 4, so the dragon must subtract 4 from its Athletics roll. Then it goes to explain the opposite, If an ogre (Normal) tries to wrestle a great white shark (Large +2), he must subtract 2 from his roll."

    You use subtract both ways
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