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Kulan: Knightfall's Crisis in Bluffside Game [OOC]


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Neurotic

I plan on living forever. Or die trying.
Maybe you could make dedicated RG thread and we move the characters there?
And Envisioner could fill out missing feats :)
There is a thread Shax haversack with prebuilt equipment sets - might help with mundane things
 


Knightfall

World of Kulan DM
Maybe you could make dedicated RG thread and we move the characters there?
Done.

Neurotic said:
And Envisioner could fill out missing feats :)
There is a thread Shax haversack with prebuilt equipment sets - might help with mundane things
I think he and I worked out his feats but they never made it onto his PC sheet. I think he decided Toughness for the bonus feat and maybe the Open Minded feat for 3rd level.
 


Neurotic

I plan on living forever. Or die trying.
I think he and I worked out his feats but they never made it onto his PC sheet. I think he decided Toughness for the bonus feat and maybe the Open Minded feat for 3rd level.
Better to have Int 20, CON 12 and a feat :p But I'm math buff and hate negative modifiers so I never have so ability-focused build - to each his own
 


Envisioner

Explorer
It's not a touch attack.

Invisible Needle {Reserve}
You can create tiny darts of force.
Prerequisite: Ability to cast 3rd-level spells.
Benefit: As long as you have a force spell of 3rd level or higher available to cast, you can use a standard action to hurl a tiny needle-shaped projectile created from pure force. This attack requires a successful ranged attack roll (not a ranged touch attack), and the dart has a range of 5 feet per level of the force spell. The needle has 1d4 points of damage per level of the highest-level force spel you have available. Because it is composed of force, the needle can strike incorporeal creatures.
As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting force spells.
The fudge that we had discussed was allowing Magic Missile to count as the spell that this feat is based on, in spite of the level being inadequate, largely due to the limited supply of Force spells in the corebook, and also because of my creative text. Unfortunately, without that fudge, I just cast the only spell I had which allows this feat to function (I think). Also, even if I can use Magic Missile, its level 1 status means it has a range of 5 feet. :eek:
 


Knightfall

World of Kulan DM
Silverbow Inn Fight - Round 3
Tuck: 23
Mutt: 23
Teresa: 20 (cowering)
Shylock: 15 (cowering)
Akos: 8
Relgar: 8
Third Assassin: 6 (entangled; shaken)

Both Teresa and Shylock are both cowering this round while the third assassin is shaken since he was cowering last round. I didn't even post an action for him. for round 2.

Tuck and Mutt are up, @JustinCase. I'll roll for Mutt or you can. Then it is Akos and Relgar's turns again, @Neurotic and @Envisioner. The PCs are going to dominate this round! :D
 


JustinCase

the magical equivalent to the number zero
Posted Tuck's actions.

By the way, I'm confused about whether or not the tanglefoot bag was or wasn't something that ended the enchantment on Teresa and Shylock. I thought it was mentioned that it was, so then I decided to attack lethally. Only to discover that that attack caused the enchantment to break... I mean, Tuck could've interpreted things wrong, but as a player I'm not sure what to make of it and I wouldn't have escalated the moment if possible.
 

Neurotic

I plan on living forever. Or die trying.
You rolled the attack roll for the tanglefoot bag - that was an attack and it ended enthrall spell.
The dogs attack would also break it, but since this did it, you could have him savage the assassin.

Lethal attack is fine, it would make no difference after the tanglefoot. With low AC of the cowering opponent, 11 might hit :)
I'd also (metagaming, I know) focus fire with Mutt to drop the assassin before all three are active. We're not damage dealers like the other group...
 

JustinCase

the magical equivalent to the number zero
To be fair, I am not discussing whether or not it was an attack. Also, it's the DM's call and I follow along the path laid out by him. It's just a matter of confusion over the description about what, exactly, was the dispelling action, on my end at least.

And tactical thinking aside, there's an assassin almost at Tuck's feet, intent on killing his ally. The kobold is intent on stopping that one before focusing fire on another target. ;)
 

Knightfall

World of Kulan DM
I wasn't 100% sure if I interpreted it right. The main issue for me was deciding if the third assassin counted as part of the audience or not. Since he had to save against Akos spell, and had a chance to break the enthrall by jeering at Akos (which he failed), I felt he had to be part of the audience.

So, it was clear that when he was attacked, it would break the enthrall even though the tanglefoot bag did no damage, since the description Neurotic posted on this thread clearly noted that an attack would break Akos control over the others. Thinking about it from another angle, what if Tuck had thrown a Thunderstone or a vial of acid? Also, what if Tuck had missed? Would it still have broken Akos' control over Teresa and Shylock?

I would say yes to both of those scenarios since it is the attack itself and not damage dealt that was the key component of the description.
 

Neurotic

I plan on living forever. Or die trying.
If Akos can 5' step or otherwise move into the hut without provoking, he would attack Shylock. Otherwise, he attacks the entangled assassin.
 
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JustinCase

the magical equivalent to the number zero
I wasn't 100% sure if I interpreted it right. The main issue for me was deciding if the third assassin counted as part of the audience or not. Since he had to save against Akos spell, and had a chance to break the enthrall by jeering at Akos (which he failed), I felt he had to be part of the audience.

So, it was clear that when he was attacked, it would break the enthrall even though the tanglefoot bag did no damage, since the description Neurotic posted on this thread clearly noted that an attack would break Akos control over the others. Thinking about it from another angle, what if Tuck had thrown a Thunderstone or a vial of acid? Also, what if Tuck had missed? Would it still have broken Akos' control over Teresa and Shylock?

I would say yes to both of those scenarios since it is the attack itself and not damage dealt that was the key component of the description.
Fair enough. Like I said, I’m not contesting the decision, merely pointing out my confusion.
 


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