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    "In Valen's name. What's the matter with you." Sarhat grunts to the bot as he extends the pike with a flick of his wrist and delivers a jab at it.

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    to hit +4, damage 1d6+2

 

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    Sarhat slams his fighting pike into the robot as it advances, bending one of its flailing arms and causing a whine of protesting servos. The machine catches him with its whirling cutter, slicing through his minbari crystalweave and gashing his arm.

    There is no reply to Ashley's cry. The strange echoes of this room, and the frantic struggle going on in front of her, as well as the inherent difficulties of locating an unseen alien mind means that she has no success in picking up any stray thoughts.

    Meanwhile, Vurk shuffles backwards and tries to bring to mind what it knows about these types of robots.

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    These t-kats are vulnerable to damage near the base where all the arms meet the body, due to the complex mechanics at that point. (Imparting this knowledge to Sarhat counts as "Aid Another"). They are also notoriously for toppling on steep inclines, and are pretty much helpless when knocked over.


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    Sarhat denn'bok attack 15+4=19, hit. 1d6+2 damage =5
    Robot buzz saw attack against Sarhat hits, 3 damage. Reduced to 1 damage by armour.
    Robot welding torch attack misses.
    Ashley Telepathy check 4+7= 11, fail.
    Vurk Knowledge (mechanical) 10+4=14
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    "Sarhat, try to hit there all the arms connect to the body. Or topple it over. I lacks a locomotion to stand up again!" Vurk tries to instruct the minbari about the robot's vulnerabilities.

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    Does the bot seem very heavy? By Sarhat's standard could flipping it over seem like a plausible plan?

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    Sarhat reckons the bot weighs about the same as an adult male bipedal sentient of you choice. A standard trip attack would suffice (although it's slightly more stable than a biped due to a wide base).
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    Sarhat takes Vurk's comments to consideration and slams his pike under the bot, trying to use it as a leverage to topple it over.

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    I'll let you do the rolling again. It is unarmed touch attack eventhough I described using the pike. So it's +3... Or +5 if that aid applies here too. And +2 for strenght check.

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    With a deft twist of his pike, Sarhat flips the t-kat off one of its treads. The robot topples over sideways into one of the hanging panels. There is a cacophany of crashes as the assembled pieces of junk fall off the wall onto the robot, topped off with a metallic hiss as hundreds of rivets spill out of their container and bury the t-kat even further. The noise subsides to a few pings and tings, and the whine of the t-kat hopelessly spinning its treads. The buzzsaw arm still protrudes from the pile of debris, waving aimlessly.

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    Technically I think *all* attacks in B5 are touch attacks, since you have Defence Value and Damage Reduction instead of Armour Class.

    Sarhat trip attack 10+3 +2 (aid) = 15. Success.
    Sarhat Strength check 15+2=17
    Tkat Strength check = 10.
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    With a shrug and a flip of his wrist, Sarhat collapses the pike back to the small tube. "Well that takes care of that then. Now lets see if we find that prankster."

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    A bit further into the "maze" you come to a wider section. One wall appears to be a solid wall rather than a hanging divider. Workbenches border all edges of the room, all covered in clutter. Sat atop the one nearest the wall is a cascor. Although these aliens are often referred to as "small", in reality he is no smaller than Ashley. There is something of the raccoon or squirrel about him, particularly in the way his small fingers deftly handle the cybernetic eye that he is working on. Sethyk appears to be naked in his fur, apart from two pairs of enhancement goggles, a couple of toolbelts and a wrist computer.

    The cascor doesn't register your presence, he seems intent on fiddling with the cybernetic eye using a tiny screwdriver, making "tchk" noises to himself. You notice a couple of inactive t-kats under the bench and, hanging on the wall behind him, a framed certificate of some sort bearing the seal of the Earth Alliance.
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    "Goddamn it, Sethyk," Ashley fumes as they see the alien. "Just exactly what the hell was that supposed to be? Were you seriously trying to kill us just for coming to talk to you?!"

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