Morkus from Orkus
A low AC wizard trying the new tactic of running up to within 15 feet of a troll and making it angry? The people I play with are smarter than that.Let’s look at the latter. Let’s say I don’t use Burning Hands very often… it’s typically a last resort when enemies get close.
But this time, I run up and blast a troll with it.
What do you do?
I mean, certainly it’s not impossible for this to have happened. Certainly wizards may occasionally try nee tactics, right?
I wouldn't do anything in game. After the game I'd have a one on one and talk to him about cheating. A second happening and he wouldn't be asked back to the game. I don't tolerate cheating.
By now after multiple conversations on this topic you know that the context is my game. I've even said that in more than one post in this thread. Acting like I'm talking about yours is equally "douchey."I don’t play with cheaters either, Max. Putting a smiley emoji at the end doesn’t make the shade less douchey.
People talk about dragons more. Even in the real world when I go into shops I see a hell of a lot more dragon art, earrings, etc. than troll stuff.Why is dragon breath common knowledge (but not the kind of BW by dragon type, somehow) but not fire versus trolls? Seems arbitrary. Which goes back to the DM being a major contributor to metagame situations.