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  1. Prickly Pear

    (OOC) Scourge of Daggerford (Full)

    If Lionel could see the Shadow, he uses his reaction to half the damage (Uncanny Dodge).
  2. Prickly Pear

    (OOC) Scourge of Daggerford (Full)

    Correct, but Tommi's turn hadn't even started. It was the Shadow's turn. On the other hand, turn sequence in PbP is a bit weird, and FitzTheRuke does it differently yet again. :)
  3. Prickly Pear

    (OOC) Scourge of Daggerford (Full)

    Tommi can use a bonus action to Dash, Disengage or Hide but not to Dodge. 🤷‍♂️
  4. Prickly Pear

    D&D 5E (IC) Scourge of Daggerford

    For the first time, Lionel saw the creature properly as an outline in the fog as it was shocked by ORB5. Lionel took advantage of the distraction and stabbed the shadowy creature in the guts. Satisfied that the creature was badly hurt, Lionel quickly moved back into the circular stair room and...
  5. Prickly Pear

    (OOC) Scourge of Daggerford (Full)

    Moved OOC post to this thread: Sorry to be a party pooper but you can't take a reaction when you are surprised. That's the point of being surprised. From the Player's Handbook p 189: Also, you will need to be able to see the attacker, and these shadows are invisible. From the Player's...
  6. Prickly Pear

    (OOC) Scourge of Daggerford (Full)

    Ahh, I see. No, I meant that Lionel was staying so that he could share the damage with Tommi and thereby 'helping' him to survive. I had a '—' in there to indicate that Lionel did not use his bonus action. Sorry about that.
  7. Prickly Pear

    D&D 5E (IC) Scourge of Daggerford

    Moved to OOC thread
  8. Prickly Pear

    D&D 5E (IC) Scourge of Daggerford

    As far as I know, you cannot apply sneak attack if you attack with disadvantage. This is backed up in the links below. However, if you can negate the disadvantage then you can use the sneak attack, as long as someone is within 5 ft. The Help Action would be able to negate the disadvantage but...
  9. Prickly Pear

    D&D 5E (IC) Scourge of Daggerford

    What's happening to you, Tommi? Lionel shrieked when he realised Tommi was struggling against a foe that was barely visible in the smoke. He stepped past Tommi with an outstretched hand and felt something, something that was slightly more substantial than the smoke around them. He hefted his...
  10. Prickly Pear

    D&D 5E (IC) Scourge of Daggerford

    Lionel follows Tommi. He knew that Titus were down here with Tommi earlier and now he was worried for his friend. If the guard was dead, what about Titus? Oh dear, oh dear, he muttered, this is not good!
  11. Prickly Pear

    D&D 5E (IC) Scourge of Daggerford

    Lionel also wondered what just happened. He had never seen anything like this before. Suits of armour are not suppose to move by themselves, right? he asked nobody in particular.
  12. Prickly Pear

    D&D 5E (IC) Scourge of Daggerford

    Lionel sets his sight again on the animated armour. The armour paused for a second and looked up at Lionel, its red glowing eye locked into Lionel's. At that moment, Lionel and let the bolt loose and it flew straight through the visor and hit the red glowing eye. Lionel quickly shot off another...
  13. Prickly Pear

    D&D 5E (IC) Scourge of Daggerford

    Lionel was watching in horror how these suits of armour suddenly came to life. He watched them to understand how they were fighting... they walked clumsily but looked very sturdy. Their armour would protect them... but maybe if one aimed for the glowing eye one could inflict major damage. And...
  14. Prickly Pear

    D&D 5E (IC) Scourge of Daggerford

    Lionel is heading downstairs, dreading to find what causes the pungent small.
  15. Prickly Pear

    D&D 5E (IC) Scourge of Daggerford

    The smoke made Lionel feel sick. The rotten smell was overwhelming but he managed not to succumb to it. He heard Escella run off to warn the others but he continued on despite the fear building up within him. Lionel approached the staircase and looked down to see what could have caused the...
  16. Prickly Pear

    D&D 5E (IC) Scourge of Daggerford

    Lionel took a moment to sit down in the fireplace, too tired to move. That went well, he thought. I'm good, he called up to Angis. He then went back into the Manor house to wash off the worst of the sot and to catch up with the others.
  17. Prickly Pear

    D&D 5E (IC) Fitz's Folly

    Snakes…why'd it have to be snakes? Chrysagon muttered and then he invoked Kelemvor's protection against poison. Invigorated by the protection, he also channel Kelemvor's energy into his flail. The energy flowed into the weapon and it started to shine, slowly at first and then brightly. Let's go...
  18. Prickly Pear

    (OOC) Fitz's Folly (Full)

    How far away is the PCs from the fighting Yuan-Tis? Chrysagon needs to get close and personal too.
  19. Prickly Pear

    D&D 5E (IC) Scourge of Daggerford

    Escella's words reached Lionel from what seemed to be far away. The fighting had been scary but he hadn't run away this time. He looked himself up and down and realised that the sight of him must have worried Escella, prompting her concerned question. A mix of sot and orc blood smeared all over...
  20. Prickly Pear

    (OOC) Fitz's Folly (Full)

    I reckon that we should help the red wizards, not because they can be trusted but because the snakes are evil and even less trustworthy. I'm thinking that Chrysagon will channel divinity into his flail (gaining CHA modifier to his attacks for 1 min) and cast Protection from Poison (snakes are...
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