Pathfinder 1E INTEREST/RECRUIT - TIDERULER - THE FALL OF LAHOLT (HIGH-LEVEL CHARS)


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Neurotic

I plan on living forever. Or die trying.
I never did, it sounds great, but high roll either from you or the enemy invalidates it, it only affects first round and only high level chars have good chance and powers to make it good
 

Archon Basileus

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Yeah, I think I've got a nice idea from your debate, and I can say where everyone's heart goes on the topic, so to speak.

I'm just gonna follow through with the character-by-character initiative and break the posts in character-couple batches. That way I can give the enemies another level of strategy to work with and the game will be fair to everyone. I'll just roll enemies in blocks, and if there's a sensible difference on their own initiatives, I'll roll two blocks of enemies to reflect the distinction.
 

Archon Basileus

First Post
Guys, finishing a project here
. I'll post again between today and tomorrow. I' ve scheduled the games now. Every day at least one post is scheduled to come out. Skept two days because of this project! Later!
 



Zyara just tried to trip him AGAIN. Did he softfall AGAIN? I can't post the rest of her turn without knowing if he fell or not. My post so far says I'm waiting for GM response.
 


Archon Basileus

First Post
Also, re-read the post. I had considered the last attack as out of reach since he soft falls out of Zyara's range. But it makes sense to roll a trip against him, since the actions happen in sequence. So Zyara crits him bringing him down. But you could just consider the CMD against your roll at that level - no need for me to roll a defense, since he couldn't escape the trip on him, only the effects of the horse trip - he only soft falls once and the crit's against his CMD. So you never needed me for the second one. :)
 


Archon Basileus

First Post
Well, the way I see it, he only gets to soft fall when you target the horse. If you go for him, it's against his CMD. And I missed one important thing: his own trip happens at the same attack group as the horse's trip. Rule-wise I thing Zyara basically tried to unhorse the rider as the horse fell. I had it backwards when I thought I had to land the rider and then apply Zyara's attack.
 




AB, Flurry of blows is very descriptive.

Shay, This is still round 2. Zyara acted early in round 2. I don't remember the rest of the initiatives though.
 


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