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Clarifying some rules Microlite20 Golden Edition

Description: Just got into RPGs, and trying to understand how some rules work

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Clarifying some rules Microlite20 Golden Edition

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I just started researching RPGs, and Microlite20 looks like good, but still i have a lot of questions about specific rules.
Now i have two questions: when playing Microlite20 Golden Edition with Feats, everyone have to take feat "One handed weapons", or they can't even use Rapier?
Also, what's the difference between Rapier (20 gp, 1d6) and Shortsword (10 gp, 1d6, can be dual-wielded) and similar weapons with same damage, but different cost? Can i just buy the cheapest weapon?
How to count Food rations. one day = one item?
How much cost 1 Healing potion, how should i treat healing potion?

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Also can someone explain to me how Rogue can use his Sneak Attack while being a party member? Does he have to sneak in while party is waiting in other room?

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In regards to the Rogue's sneak attack, I think that has more to do with the target of the attack knowing the rogue is there or not. But with most things in RPGs and especially with Microlite20, a lot depends upon how the GM is going to interpret the action. If you a sneaking up on a guard and you don't want the guard to even know what happened, then you might want to keep the other characters out of the way. However, if the party is in a combat, and the rogue is sneaking around in the shadows launching missile or melee attack(s) then it might be just fine as long as the targets don't know the rogue is there. At least that is my opinion, and how I would play it as a GM.

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