Pathfinder 2E [IC] JM's "Doomsday Dawn" Playtest Chapter#2

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Setis just stands there doing nothing.

Antony's electric arc singes H2
Electric Arc, dc 18 reflex save: 1d20+4 11

Both of Siobhan's arrows just miss the hyena

Jayesh repositions himself and takes up a fighting stance.

Janivel's first arrow strikes the larger hyena true. The other two arrows miss.

H1 1> moves, 2> moves to O19, and 3> attacks Siobhan
H2 1> moves, 2> moves to N20, and 3> attacks Setis
H3 1> moves, 2> moves to M20, and 3> attacks Janivel
Jaw attacks from 3 hyena against front line: 3#1d20+7 26 23 18 3#1d6+2 5 8 8

All three party members are bitten and pulled to the ground. (Knockdown Requirements: The monster’s last action was a success with an attack that lists Knockdown in its damage entry. Effect: The monster automatically knocks the target prone.)

H4 1> moves, 2> moves to L21, and 3> attacks Janivel
attack on Janivel: 1d20+9 20 1d10+5 10

The large hyena bites into the prone Janivel and drags her into the brush (half speed because of the brambles). (<A> Drag (attack, move) The hyena attempts a jaws Strike against a prone enemy. If it hits, in addition to dealing damage, the hyena Strides up to 10 feet, dragging the enemy along. Its movement doesn’t trigger reactions from the creature being dragged.)

Setis (Se) - 23 - AC:17 (15), 40/48 (prone)
Antony (AD) - 22 - AC:16, 32/32
Siobahn (Si) - 17 - AC:22 (20), 44/52 (prone)
Jayesh (JS) - 15 - AC:20, 60/60
Janivel (Ja) - 13 - AC:19 (17), 29/44 (prone)
3 Hyenas - 9 - AC:15
Hyenadon - 9 - AC:18

Prone: You’re lying on the ground. You take a –2 circumstance penalty to attack rolls but gain a +1 circumstance bonus to AC against ranged attacks. You’re flat-footed against melee attacks. The only move actions you can use while you’re prone are Crawl and Stand. Standing up ends the prone condition.
Flat-Footed: You’re unable to focus your full attention on defense. You take a –2 circumstance penalty to AC.

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GM: I never moved Jayesh on the map apparently. Okay, so the attack by H3 would have missed and Jayesh would remain standing.

When H4 attacked and hit, Jayesh would be prone but not dragged. So Jayesh is still in L20, H4 is in L21. And Janivel is unharmed where the JS token is. I'll update for the next round.

Setis (Se) - 23 - AC:17 (15), 40/48 (prone)
Antony (AD) - 22 - AC:16, 32/32
Siobahn (Si) - 17 - AC:22 (20), 44/52 (prone)
Jayesh (JS) - 15 - AC:20 (18), 50/60 (prone)
Janivel (Ja) - 13 - AC:19, 44/44

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Janivel drops her bow and runs, sliding through Anthony's legs and carefully maneuvering around to flank one of the hyenas with Siobahn. Then she flicks her wrist, drawing a dagger and striking at the hyena.

OOC: Free Action: Drop Bow
Action 1, 2: Moving N17, O17, P17, Q18, P19 (3 vertical = 15 ft, 1 diag = 5, 1 diag = 10, so 30 feet = 2 actions)
Action 3: Attack! It's flanked, hopefully. Thanks to Quick Draw, I can draw and attack in the same action. Janivel's attack, damage, and sneak attack on Hyena 1.: 1d20+8 11 1d4+4 6 1d6 2


"Well that will simply not do," says Antony in dismay as his companions are dragged off their feet. He slips one hand into a pouch at his waste while raising his other to point towards the big hyena with his fingers. Three glowing orbs spring into being at his fingertips, and with a short command they fly unerringly to strike the beast with force.

OOC: 1. Verbal Casting: Magic Missile, [roll0] .
2. Somatic Casting: Magic Missile, [roll1] .
3. Material Casting: Magic Missile, [roll2] .

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Seeing Janivel moving into position, Siobhan draws her melee weapon and attacks the southern hyena.
OOC: 0. Drop Bow.
1. Draw Shortsword.
2. Stand.
3. Strike: H1 [roll0] [roll1]


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Setis picks herself up onto her feet again, shakes the indecision off, and transforms... In a matter of seconds, her body has distorted, twisted and reformed into a large mountain lion; a puma that utters an unearthly wail and lunges to bite at the creature before her that threatens her!

(Action 1: Stand. Action 2: Wildshape to great cat. Action 3: Bite attack [roll0] to hit, for [roll1] damage)

Animal Form (1 minute)
AC 22 (TAC 20), ignore armor’s check penalty and reduced Speed
One or more unarmed melee attacks, which are the only types of attacks you can use. You’re trained with them.
Your attack modifier is +10 and your damage bonus is +5. These are Strength based.
• 10 temporary Hit Points while you have the form.
• Low-light vision.
• Athletics bonus of +11 unless your own is higher.
• Cat Speed 40 feet; scent; jaws, Damage 2d6 piercing; claw (agile), Damage 1d10 slashing.

Jayesh gracefully rocks to one side swinging his legs underneath himself and stands in a smooth motion. He drops back into his fighting stance and unleashes a flurry of blows on the large hyena that just attacked him. The two quick slashing blows are aimed at the creatures flank. The monk follows up the quick strikes with a downward slash to the side of the hyenas head.

OOC: 1: Stand
2: Flurry of Blows on H4: 1d20+10 12 1d20+6 18; Flurry of blows damage: 2#1d8+1 3 8
3: Tiger claw strike on H4: 1d20+2 18; Tiger claw strike damage: 1d8+1 9

Setis stands up and speaks a word of power causing them to become a large cat. They then bite into the hyenadon who howls in pain and perhps some fear at the sudden appearance of an apex predator.

Antony also casts a spell. Missiles of force fly true into the hyenadon.

Siobahn regains her feet and draws her shortsword. She attack the hyena who had knocked her down, her attack striking true.

Jayesh stands and attempts two rapid strikes against the hyenadon. The first missed but the second one hits. He follows this up with a strike of the tiger which also hits.

Janivel drops her bow and rushes to a flanking position behind the hyena attacking Siobahn. But as she attacks with her sword, the hyena manages to sidestep her attack at the last second.

The hyena between Siobahn and Janivel steps into the clearing a delivers two vicious bites to Siobahn. With the three hyenas surrounding her, the hyena manages to make those attacks deadlier than expected. Siobahn is pulled to the ground by the final bite.
H1 1> steps to N18, 2> attacks Siobahn, 3> attacks Siobahn both hit (I forgot to give it the flanking bonus in the attack rolls below, so the 15 is a 17)
2 attacks on Siobahn: 1d20+7 22 1d6+1d4+2 10 1d20+2 15 1d6+1d4+2 7

The hyena focused on Setis attacks three times but cannot seem to gets its teeth into him.
H2 attacks Setis three times
3 attacks on Setis (Flanking incl): 1d20+9 17 1d6+1d4+2 10 1d20+4 14 1d6+1d4+2 5 1d20-1 6 1d6+1d4+2 10

The last hyena steps into the clearing and attacks the big cat with flanking. But neither attack hits.
H3 1> steps into L19, 2,3> Attacks the big cat
2 attacks on the cat (flanking incl): 1d20+9 14 1d6+2 6 1d20+4 19 1d6+2 5

The larger beast strike three times at Jayesh and hits twice but doesn't drag him down
H4 attacks Jayesh
3 attacks on Jayesh (Flanking incl): 1d20+13 23 1d10+5 14 1d20+8 16 1d10+5 9 1d20+3 6 1d10+5 7

Setis (Se) - 23 - AC:22, 40/48 (big cat) temp hp: 10/10
Antony (AD) - 22 - AC:16, 32/32
Siobahn (Si) - 17 - AC:22, 27/52 (prone, flanked)
Jayesh (JS) - 15 - AC:20, 27/60 (flanked)
Janivel (Ja) - 13 - AC:19, 44/44
H1 Hyena - 9 - AC:15, 13/21
H2 Hyena - 9 - AC:15, 21/21
H3 Hyena - 9 - AC:15, 21/21
H4 Hyenadon - 9 - AC:18, 8/47

(Edit, H3 should have added 1d4 to its damage rolls but since it missed, no matter.)
Pack Attack The hyena’s Strikes deal 1d4 extra damage to creatures within reach of at least two of the hyena’s allies

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