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Same goes for the Combat Skills. 10 is the 'normal' cap, and because of how it was originally, it could get up to 20~
This was all due to the fact, that you were locking yourself to "Half" of a Max Party... you got the additions, to make up for the missing characters...
Larian's Change with Definitive Edition, in essence... doesn't make it so the Lone Wolf talent makes it so you can cover for the less party members, but just makes you 'Cap' Faster... which ends up making you spend points elsewhere, and making the Character more "Jack of all Trades" instead of the Specialized types...
Normally: 40 in any Attribute, is the highest it will be allowed to go, from just allotting points~ But as you start with a minimum of 10, in all Attributes, that is (technically) 30 assigned points~
The way Lone Wolf /Used/ to work, was you could still spend points, up to the same points as non-Lone Wolves, getting to 40~ But then it gave an additional point bonus, for every point you invested~