You make tools an extension of your body and your will. Choose a skill that
requires tools when you acquire this feat (this includes Drive and Pilot,
which use vehicles as “tools,” as well as Computers). You gain a +4 bonus
to the skill check if you use tools to perform it, not limited by the setting’s
power level. This bonus stacks with any other bonus gained from using
superior tools, but it does not apply if you do not use tools (such as with the
Improvised Tools feat or the Datalink power). Each additional rank allows
you to apply this effect to a different skill.
Can this be ported in without a problem?
I am thinking not, if only because there seems to be nothing like it listed under Advantages in DCA.
The Advantages that affect skills seems to only eliminate penalties, and they don't seem to bust caps.
I think a doubly Limited Variable might do the trick.Limiting to skills only is already a legit Flaw in most settings, Limiting to tool using Skills should count as another.