P. 74 Bryon gives the same description of Mindshredding that Dr. Franklin did of burst blood vessels. This is not a mistake, the description of the Feat in the basic book is though. That feat should allow a P10+ to do physical damage to a victim.
Damage equal to Charisma modifier if save is failed, maybe. Actually, what I'd suggest doing is splitting it into two feats - the Mindshredder in the book would become, I dunno, Forceful Mind or something, and then Mindshredded would be a damaging feat with a pre-requisite of Forceful Mind.
P. 82-84 - I loved this narrative :!: This is how I would envision a lecture from a P12 would be.
Bester used his Communication 30 times during this lecture. According to the Standard Rules this would have left him exhausted (which I don't believe). The rules for subdual and use of Telepathy must be modified :!:
Ah! Watch this - Communication has a duration of Concentration, so Bester needs only one use of Communication at the start of the lecture (he opens a 'mental channel' to everyone). He then just maintains this channel for the duration of the lecture.
We can cut it down even further - if we assume that teeps can use the Aid Another action to 'open their minds' to these channels, then Bester can split one use of Communication over the whole class without any increase in the DC.
P. 120 Montessa King is shown as a P13, as a 7th level Vorlon Servant she should be a P14 with a 15 hp subdual pool according to No Surrender, No Retreat
P. 122 & 123. Also, THANK YOU FOR PUTTING IN HER TELEPATHIC ABILITIES
That is so irritating that they are missing in the other books. Are you sure that you listed them all though? Seems like she would also at least have Communication.
Oops. Yeah. She's short a few. Give her Communication, Idea Seed and Action Block at the very least. Although given her status as Vorlon Plot Device, I'd be tempted to leave two or three of her powers undefined until I needed them.
Right. Anything else need clarifying?