You micro-litigated every point minutely not in your favor and continuously openly accused the DM of being biased against you. So whether or not every call was the best, or as fair as it could be, or whatever (I honestly couldn't follow half of it amidst all the nonsense), just not booting a player acting like you in round 1 took a tremendous amount of patience and, yes, professionalism. Most people wouldn't do it.Are Changing actions and cheating profissionalism? Ahahahah OK.
I kind of wonder if there was not a language barrier, it feels like he is using Google Translate or something similar.All I can say is I'm glad the sorcerer didn't want me to DM because I wouldn't have babysat that battle as much as happened.
Since the sorcerer's player has no concept of waiting your turn then clearly stating an action it's going to be a slog for sure.
You are just cheating. But. How is the situation now.
With DM cheating a lot
True, it is a very expansive definition of the casting of a spell to also include everything produced due to the casting of a spell.There was a language barrier. See his treatment of Subtle Spell to mean 'not detectible by any means at all'.
More than 220 posts between the time I went to bed, then at work and back here ^^
So bad the sorcerer failed his save against a banishment effect from the thread
Given the mage's school, I was anticipating some sort of Time Stop shenanigans. The way the first turn worked out, I suspect the sorcerer himself could have been eliminated before he got a chance to have a turn, and the wizard and the wizard's sim could have mopped up the sorcerer's sim.One of my ideas considered the greatly expanded starting distance he decided after the match was to cast greater invisibility (which can be extended freely to the Greater Steed while it doesn't work for Planar Bound nightnmare...) and lightning bolt him to oblivion but I think having a fully invisible party would have made positionning complicated so I dropped that tactic.
If I had known we'd argue for hours over who is where despite a DM's clear ruling, I'd have ran invisible...