2 levels, 1 point per level
not available to metamorphosis forms
This defect is for characters who are convinced about something that isn't true. It can be denial, it can be dementia, it can be hypnosis, or it can be caused by a variety of means, as long as the end result is that the character believes something that is not true, and generally can't be convinced otherwise. It's perfectly acceptable to make this defect silly, such as the man who believes he's the love-child of an alien visitor or the woman who believes she's as good as a professional opera singer and is always showing it off. However, to be worth a point, the delusion must be a significant influence on the character's behavior or attitude, otherwise it's an insignificant quirk. In the event that the character has multiple distinct illusions that all influence his behavior or attitude, each one after the first is worth 1 more point.
Level One: The delusion has some influence on the character's behavior or attitude.
Level Two: The delusion has major influence on the character's behavior or attitude.
Delusion is taken by this character:
Gant Harrington, level 1, monitored by aliens