There's some interesting discussion of that. Everything I find on Titania and Oberon from history associates them with forests, but not a particular season. And the original title of her seems to suggest she rules over all fae and not a particular court, making her more akin to an empress than just a queen.I'm pretty sure Titania is the Summer Queen.
Is there?There's some interesting discussion of that.
Bah! I should have checked there first instead of delving into mythology.Is there?
FWIW I just checked the Sword Coast Adventurer's Guide, because I remembered it had lists of suggested patrons for the various warlock pacts, and sure enough, it identifies Titania as being the Summer Queen. See page 138.
I don't have the book in front of me, but I see it as only two attacks against one creature, not sure were you are getting six:But then I read their special move, and I was curious how people interpret it. I’m going to try and post it directly:
“Shield Charge. The giant moves up to 30 feet in a straight line
and can move through the space of any creature smaller than
Huge. The first time it enters a creature's space during this
move, it makes a fireshield attack against that creature. If the
attack hits, the target must also succeed on a DC 21 Strength
saving throw or be pushed ahead of the giant for the rest of
this move. If a creature fails the save by 5 or more, it is also
knocked prone and takes 18 (3d6 + 8) bludgeoning damage, or
29 (6d6 + 8) bludgeoning damage if it was already prone.”
So, it says the 1st time it enters the space, but if they fail the save and are pushed ahead of the giant, does the giant get to attack them again as it moves? I don’t think so, as that could end up being 6 attacks against a single creature, potentially dealing 48d6+48 damage, which seems way too big even for a CR 14 creature.
Laying it all out this way, that 1st time it enters line is supposed to prevent multiple attacks correct?
It's not at all. Krakens have always been very intelligent in D&D.[MENTION=6801228]Chaosmancer[/MENTION]: They've done more than just alter the kraken's appearance. Although, that being said, Slarkrethel and the Kraken Society go way back, so it may not be a new thing after all.
That's a good point. I suppose it is easy to just rip out the "iconic" parts of something so simple.I think that, to have 'Deep Scion Warlocks' or whatever, to give yourself a whole ship full of varied bad guys for that storyline, you'd be best off just using normal NPC statblocks but give them swimming, psionic screech, and aquatic movement. That should cover about everything that your players will notice/care about. In Princes of the Apocalypse they used 'Aquatic Trolls' and 'Aquatic Ghouls': both simply had a swim speed (and the ability to breathe underwater for the Trolls). I always thought that was a very elegant way to handle the situation.
"ba.ˈbaw"Incidentally, how do you pronounce "Babau"? Sometimes these names look like they came out of someone's soup bowl.