Mason Munden
▶ Godbound
2018-03-23T20:41:15.895Z

Does Deception's Perfect Masquerade provide more than illusory disguise? For instance, if you take the form of a humanoid that stands much taller than you, and somebody punches you in the face: do you get punched in the face?

Additionally, can a "humanoid you have seen" be one that is imagined or drawn?

Kevin Crawford
2018-03-23T20:41:15.895Z

If you're a god of Deception, and you perform a Perfect Masquerade, your masquerade is perfect. No matter what height, weight, voice, state of dress, or other particulars about you, everybody else is going to perceive you as whoever you're masquerading as, unless they meet the requirements for having a chance to save.

As for 'humanoid you have seen', it's a GM call, but I would say no. You're masquerading as someone else because you're a God of Deception, not a God of Shapeshifting.

Mason Munden
2018-03-23T20:41:15.895Z

+Kevin Crawford Thanks so much! I do apologize however, I'm still just a smidge unsure about one aspect of the gift. One more-specific example of what I mean would be: if the god of Deception has lost a hand and takes a masquerade, would they obtain a new hand to use while the disguise was being used, or would it only impart the perception of such to others?