Tuesday, 14th July, 2009, 01:44 PM #1
Gallant (Lvl 3)
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Dominate: Can you compel free actions?
OK, a Dominated creature is Dazed, and you choose its one (standard/move/minor) action.
A Dazed creature can normally take Free actions.
Can you force a Dominated creature to take free actions in addition to its one S/M/M action? Instead of? More than one free action?
"Drop your sword (free), charge at your buddy (single S/M/M action allowed by Dazed), then fall prone (free)": Legitimate for a dominated target?
"Tell me who your boss is." (Talking, a free action: Legitimate?)
Also: Is a Dominated creature still an "enemy"? I want to make my puppets run (lowering their defenses) in a zig-zag through my allies, letting them make opportunity attacks. Allowed?MrLizard.com: Lots of useful (crunchy) stuff for your RPG needs!
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