We retrofitted everyones characters yesterday to 2e and it took a little while but it all worked out for the most part. (adding my changes to make load , damage and hit die ability based using “measure” , see my last post. slowed us down a bit.)
We decided our Cleric would keep her moves being Charisma based since that is how they had developed. It seems like either could work fine and you could imagine a god who was more charisma influenced and another more sensitive type who would attract those who had greater perception.
Wisdom has been a question for me. An ability that encapsulates perception, willpower, and intuition. It sometimes seems strange that a Cleric by default would be perceptive. It seems more of a Theify trait, and i do like the idea that perception could be a trait that is not the primary stat for anyone. but you could say the same about Charisma. I kind of like the idea of Clerics being Charisma based – good at influencing people, but again it doesn’t seem neccesary for all Clerics to be that way.
In the Ranger class I frankensteined together I made Rangers have “focus” (like Mettle and cunning) based on Wisdom.
I’m sure you’ve thought a lot about this already. Jason Lutes