That was the other option. Sounds like an attack roll with advantage though. He could still 'miss'.
I do partial round resolutions as often as possible so I don't fall behind. When it's all done I post the one with the map and call for next round. Sometimes that confuses people and that's okay.
Yeah, it could happen, especially while he's trying to do it so quickly that he still gets a sword-swing in! I just mean that he's unlikely to totally whiff it.He could miss. His boot heel could catch the ground and his foot never reaches the dog. Or the dog just happens to roll over and the foot barely grazes its fur.
I understand that tendency, but to me, that makes the general competency seem pretty sloppy. People who are competent at most things don't have such a high chance of utterly failing as the math of the game allows. I mean, that adds comedy, which is fine now and then, but I think there's a fine line between "s**t happens" and "everyone's a bumbling fool".Lol, that's why I added parentheses. Honestly, i generally consider rolling under a 10 as a complete whiff. From there I look at dex and avoidance as dodges and anything after that as being spoiled by armor.