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I know body size isn't a trait, but in my head it makes sense that i could discard a card to negate the bigger body size.
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Raveheart wrote:
I know body size isn't a trait, but in my head it makes sense that i could discard a card to negate the bigger body size.


If I close my eyes and use differential equations, I can reduce your mass to under 1kg. Just watch me!

I don't believe body size counts as a trait in this respect.
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No, you can negate a trait card (like climbing, or hard shell) but not the actual body size of the species.
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No, but you can negate 3 Body Size with Pack Hunting!
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...or at least a difference of 3 in body sizes

But I like to imagine Traits as very specialised aspects of the species; anyone can grow big, but not all can climb or be intelligent!
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