Was translating the Advantages section for my players when I realized something.
Indomitable Will allows a player to spend a Hero Point to ignore any intimidation or seduction attempts, among others, but on page 151 there is a text about "Limits on Advantages" that says that if a player accepts they can be affected by Advantages like those, they get a Hero Point but if they refuse, it does not work.
Now... my question is: How can a player benefit from Indomitable Will then?
It seems a bit silly to say: Yes, I get affected so give me that Hero Point aaaaand I'm using it on Indomitable Will to resist... when they can simply say "no, it does not affect me".
I can understand this also includes Pressure but 1 Hero Point instead of a Raise seems a bad deal. Perhaps it's just me but I don't like using any Raises from a Villain to "succeed" into seducing or intimidating a player. That leaves, in my opinion, the Advantages as the only tool to do so.
Is there anything I'm not seeing?