That would work. Athletics would suck, but Acro is good for him.
Ah the "dice" - always good for fun and frustration.Gee, gotta love playing the odds for effect, right?
Thank you so much for doing a potion audit! I will modify my sheet in consequence. I will also verify if Rodrigo started with one - 3 is even better than two - later tonight.Potion audit.
Okay, here is what I have been able to see:
1. Silvertusk gives Imogen three potions at IC 631.
2. Two of these have been used: IC 1295 (Tarri), 1399 (Chrysagon)
3. Imogen thought about using one at IC 1300, but they took a short rest instead. So she has one.
4. Rodrigo finds a potion and takes it (IC 704, 706).
5. The group finds one at IC 738. No one explicitly takes it, but Rodrigo talks about doing so at 740, and so perhaps he has two.
(Possibly there were potions before 638, but I know Imogen didn't have any.)
In any case, I believe she has one now, and can use it. Rodrigo might have 2.
Yeah, not like an Assassin Vine is directly sentient. Unless it's made to be. It's like the Venus fly trap. Trapping up it's victim is more a programmed reflex than an intentional action. Chrysagon probably just brushed up against a vine and set it off.i don't mind saying that it is an attack-based poison rider, not an ongoing poison effect. He *will* take it again if he doesn't get free, though. I'm afraid that I can't think of any reason why a plant would let someone go before eating them. I'm not usually the type to hit a character when they're down, but that's partly me being a softy, and partly that I role-play the monsters, and I think it makes more sense to turn on the next person that is trying to kill you (or your allies) rather than taking the time to stab people who are limp on the ground. In this case, though...