UK4 said:If the bozorg rolls over a prone victim, it will cause 1-4 hit points of crushing damage each round until it moves on, or is flipped over.
should we give it a flipping-over vulnerability?UK4 said:If the bozorg is turned over, it cannot move and its underside (AC 9) is exposed. It during combat, a character scores a hit, having previously stated an intention to try to turn the monster over, the chance of doing so is shown below (note that no damage is done to the bozorg during the attempt):
4' bozorg - bend bars percentage
8' bozorg - bend bars -10%
12' bozorg - bend bars -20%
I'd rather not...turtles (which probably inspired the vulnerability) and other similar creatures don't have a game mechanic for this type of vulnerabilty.Aspect of BOZ said:should we give it a flipping-over vulnerability?
I would say so.Aspect of BOZ said:initiated from a grapple perhaps?