Since the Specialist ordeal was sorted out, on to the next thing: Fatigue.
Is there a way to prevent a character from being fatigued?
I don't know exactly how the game does it, but it seems the longer characters remains awake and without rest, fatigue piles up higher and the characters perform worse and worse. THAT IS INCREDIBLY COOL! =]
I like to add a fatigue point (or a chance to get a fatigue point) to IMBA spells and abilities such as Improved Haste/Alacrity plus others, and to tag most dungeons and dangerous areas as CANNOT REST flag, so it increases the challenge/immersion/realism and makes players more mindful about how to use their arsenals, because that behaviour of "use everything rest/repeat" is disappointing and reduces the epicness of the game, however many players resort to it so long it remains an option.
I digress, back to the Fatigue state, is it possible to prevent or to reset without having to rest?
Would be very interesting to use this effect on some spell/abilities/items, an initial item in BG2 comes to mind:
Ring of Sustenance: Some time after being freed from your cell, you noticed this ring was at your finger. By the markings in the skin, it seems you have worn it for some time. It apparently is one of the means by which the mage and your captors had you drugged and barely conscious for such a long time, without impairing your overall health in the proccess: This ring will sustain its user without need for food or sleep.
Equipped abilities: Immune to Fatigue.
(Sorry for the quickly assembled description, English ain't my main ^^, but you get the idea.)
Anyway, messing around with fatigue interests since it can be used to "finely balance" some stuff, but it currently goes only up and will not go down without resting or the specific effect that also restores items/spells and this complicates matters.
So, I'm just posting here in hopes somebody has a magical solution/alternative, but I will likely have to post this in the "LIMBO" that is the feature requests, that section is scary, a few good requests that get hidden and forgotten amidst so many lame requests (which mine will be to many others).
Who has the magical solution? CMON TEEEELLL MEEE