So, one of my players who is playing a druid has asked me if: when shapeshifted in a creature like, let’s say a cat, would be more appropriate to use DEX instead of STR to hack and slash, due to its natural ability.
I’ve thought about it, but I’ve just came up with more questions, like:
-what are you fighting?
-what about the animal moves?
-SO, if you are a cat, your damage would still be a D6?
-and above all: what about the fiction?
So, what do you think about it?
EDIT: also, since I’ve begin to play Aw I’ve always felt such a relief to have left behind (boring) discussions like that, about what’s the proper stat to use for an action, commonly encountered in D&D games.
EDIT 2: I’ve just realized that in the description of the move shapeshifter it reads: “some moves may be harder to trigger – a housecat will find it hard to battle with an ogre.