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    alexmalette
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    Watch Dogs is all about assembling your perfect crew, but nowadays with prestige operatives and a few meta archetypes, there's rarely ever a reason to recruit, especially online where it costs ressources to do so. I think that this could be fixed with the ability for operatives to copy or learn a perk from your other characters. Maybe they need to gain exp, accomplish enough missions, reach playtime milestones or whatever. In exchange, here are some problems you can fix and roleplaying opportunities you can tell:

    - A player wants a certain character to use a gun. Well after working with Dedsec, our ordinary cashier was trained by our Hitman to do just that.
    - A player is frustrated that they need to kerp stealing cars. Well now after each operative has been in Dedsec for a while, they can gain access to Helen's car.
    -A player wants their hitman to renounce killing, so he gets a stungun from another operative to replace his lethal arsenal.
    -A player likes Mina's ability, but wants more variety. Now another character can learn her powers over time.

    Personally I think that the opportunities and fixes this would bring into Legion would add new life to the game, and it would allow people to really build their team up over time, and also allows people to recruit interesting people they meet without having them be useless.

    What are some of you ideas for scenarios that involve a character learning a perk?

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  • KmarkoPL
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    @alexmalette Allowing your operatives to learn sklills from others would defeat the puropse to look for right operative.
    Imagine that.
    You find some powerful operative, and then let other from your team learn his skills. You have team of Rambos then !
    That is not the way the game should be played
    Also learning skills been suggested long time ago, and good that Ubisoft did not make that change !

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