I'll look into it.
Sketchpad said:I know that I always just had opponents and myself roll a d20 ... whoever got higher hit and got to dictate who did what
Waara Eligre Ai'Loki said:Though 'tis an old post, aye, the method o lady luck is open to ye. Just make certain that the enemy ain't got loaded dice!
Eligre rolls 1d20: 1.
I guess I miss. But c'mon, wouldn't it be fun to see two "god" characters fight it out, for eternity, because none of them will admit to loss? As long as they are descriptive, it can still be a fun Titan clash!
And Tharivious, if you bother reading this, cormlle naa tanya tel'raa. We all appreciate this! Love your work.
Silver_Shulad said:And on that last post, heaven forbit that a 17th level mage uses magic to elude death and danger, and use spells that have more narration then 'explodes big' other then that, your god moders might just be they type that go for detailed narration more then anything else to make it look good, does not mean its any less functional.
Silver_Shulad said:Well, i can agree that many chars do throw spells when all they ever use is a sword, or expect that the uber enchanted weapon has a higher casting level then an acient dragon and twice as many. But as for four spells in one round especial, how about quickened spell standard action spell, maybe twin spell, then a chain spell on either and any number of contingent spells designed to go off in tandum.. LOL and that is all acceptable. But yes, i know that most there do not read up on D&D or play it so they are just shooting things out there ass, but here i have show that it is realistic.
Look at Monty Python and the Holy Grail, the scene with the Black Knight. "It's just a flesh wound!"
Kat: "Sir, we only ask that if you happen to find something that might possibly contain his soul, if you would consider notifying us?"
Kat's friend: "Get us back his soul, or I'll kill you."