I could be wrong, but I think only Kahless knows. Because of that, I was a little generous with his history check, so Dellrak does too. I would sau that the Tabasco have no chance at all, except what they smell. Everyone is getting the impression that she might not be someone to mess with, which is good.Everyone seems to know who she is...can someone enlighten me?
Nope...I believe in my fur too. It's just that by that same token you wouldn't ever fight kobolds, goblins and on the other hand of the spectrum liches, dragons...I guess it depends on <how high> level of caster... Also, maybe Gamers aren't too scared of Wizards because of what you described (knowing that they have low HP), but I find usually Characters are pretty wary. I mean, imagine it. Who would want to be fireballed? It would be HORRIBLE. Only a gamer would think, "I've got enough HP to live!" and be OKAY with that. I like my hair and skin, thanks!
I was in one game where we ran across some mad wizard who buffed his defenses out the wazoo and then pulled out a wand of fireballs and started dropping them right on top of himself over and over again. Nearly killed somenof our casters until I smashed it with an adamantine warhammer. This was back in 3.5 though, and I bet he was rocking Prot from Fire. Still...Nope...I believe in my fur too. It's just that by that same token you wouldn't ever fight kobolds, goblins and on the other hand of the spectrum liches, dragons...
And yet, we do. And dropping fireball in a small area containing yourself isn't the optimal use of spells. If I was such a mage, I'd go with charm/confusion/hypnotic pattern or invisibility/fly and THEN fireball after I'm out of the confinement.
Not that I'm giving the ideas
Yeah... I did a fair amount of research in ships too. I'm annoyed how "hand wavey" people are when it comes to ships and logistics. But it's quite complicated! Maybe hand waving is necessary.You'd probably be surprised by how much research I do to run games. I'm constantly looking things up from lore to real-world science.
My parents had a sailboat when I was a kid, but my real knowledge of wooden ships comes from years of research done for a nautical supplement I made for an RPG.
I make mistakes, sure, a lot of them, but not for lack of trying!