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11th Dec '15 7:46:33 AM Nohbody
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* Both ''Franchise/BioShock'' games have ADAM, the [[AppliedPhlebotinum sea slug extract]] Rapture revolves around. Its main use to the player is as currency to buy new plasmids, tonics and health/EVE upgrades.

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* Both ''Franchise/BioShock'' The first two ''VideoGame/BioShock'' games have ADAM, the [[AppliedPhlebotinum sea slug extract]] Rapture revolves around. Its main use to the player is as currency to buy new plasmids, tonics and health/EVE upgrades.
1st Nov '15 5:13:15 PM nombretomado
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* ''RagnarokOnline'' separates experience into 'Base' and 'Job' experience and monsters will give both separately. Job experience governs the skills while base experience governs stats of the character. Also while quests often give base experience virtually none of them give job experience making it a bit harder to aquire.

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* ''RagnarokOnline'' ''VideoGame/RagnarokOnline'' separates experience into 'Base' and 'Job' experience and monsters will give both separately. Job experience governs the skills while base experience governs stats of the character. Also while quests often give base experience virtually none of them give job experience making it a bit harder to aquire.
10th Apr '15 8:21:47 PM nombretomado
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* The two ''DigitalDevilSaga'' games have Atma Points, which are used to unlock skills.

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* The two ''DigitalDevilSaga'' ''VideoGame/DigitalDevilSaga'' games have Atma Points, which are used to unlock skills.
29th Mar '15 10:14:17 PM jormis29
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* In ''LostSoulsMUD'', skill advancement is determined by experience gained with that skill through practice and training.

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* In ''LostSoulsMUD'', ''VideoGame/LostSoulsMUD'', skill advancement is determined by experience gained with that skill through practice and training.
28th Jan '15 6:17:33 PM StFan
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* The ''{{X-Men Legends}}'' games and ''[[MarvelUltimateAlliance Marvel: Ultimate Alliance]]'' use the 'Distribute points at level-up' variant for skills (''Legends'' also does it for stats). It can be quite intimidating trying to distribute points for characters you haven't used in a long time. ''Ultimate Alliance'' also allows you to redistribute skill points at will.

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* The ''{{X-Men Legends}}'' ''VideoGame/XMenLegends'' games and ''[[MarvelUltimateAlliance Marvel: Ultimate Alliance]]'' use the 'Distribute points at level-up' variant for skills (''Legends'' also does it for stats). It can be quite intimidating trying to distribute points for characters you haven't used in a long time. ''Ultimate Alliance'' also allows you to redistribute skill points at will.
21st Oct '14 7:18:29 PM Totema
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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTacticsAdvanced'' uses a similar skill learning system, but instead of using an additional pool of points to equip them, they are tied to a specific grouping of skills (such as Fighter Tech or Black Magic), two of which can be assigned to any character.

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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTacticsAdvanced'' ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTacticsAdvance'' uses a similar skill learning system, but instead of using an additional pool of points to equip them, they are tied to a specific grouping of skills (such as Fighter Tech or Black Magic), two of which can be assigned to any character.
21st Oct '14 7:17:55 PM Totema
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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTacticsAdvanced'' uses a similar skill learning system, but instead of using an additional pool of points to equip them, they are tied to a specific grouping of skills (such as Fighter Tech or Black Magic), two of which can be assigned to any character.
18th Sep '14 6:15:25 AM Koveras
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* ''VideoGame/VampireTheMasqueradeBloodlines'' implements the PointBuildSystem of its [[TabletopGame/VampireTheMasquerade tabletop source material]] by rewarding the player with character points for quests and miscellaneous objectives instead of XP. These points can then be spent to learn or level up the PC's skills and attributes.
19th Apr '14 11:13:50 PM Quanyails
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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyV'' has Ability Points (ABP) that unlock skills particular to that job class, including the skill that's already permanently equipped[[note]]except for a Monk's Kick, for some reason[[/note]. Once a skill is unlocked, it can be equipped to ''any'' job.

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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyV'' has Ability Points (ABP) that unlock skills particular to that job class, including the skill that's already permanently equipped[[note]]except for a Monk's Kick, for some reason[[/note].reason[[/note]]. Once a skill is unlocked, it can be equipped to ''any'' job.
31st Jan '14 7:28:38 PM VPhantom
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* ''{{Disgaea}}'''s skill system works this way, with the possibility of nigh-infinitely leveling up individual skills.

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* ''{{Disgaea}}'''s ''Franchise/{{Disgaea}}'''s skill system works this way, with the possibility of nigh-infinitely leveling up individual skills.
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