Prelude of Precision (effect)
Your head is abuzz with sixteenth, thirty-secondth, sixty-fourth, one-hundred-twenty-eighth, and two-hundred-fifty-sixth notes, and as a result, your combat reflexes are especially sharp.
+10% chance of Critical Hit
- Hearing the Accordion Thief song Prelude of Precision (5-20 Adventures).
- Recording of Prelude of Precision (20 Adventures)
- The fractions are a reference to the fact that standard music sheets are written in notes with a duration (typically ranging from 1 to 1/16, with smaller notes being rarer). Two-hundred-fifty-sixth notes are not really feasible, outside of certain forms of electronic music. Notably, the shortest named note in the European system is the hemidemisemiquaver (or 64th-note in the American nomenclature); shorter notes are simply not used in music of the classical tradition.