After a second of hesitation Marn nods, as if he made up his mind. He pull a flask from his belt pouch and downs it. The moment he empties the vial he grows to almost three time his own size, his gear adapting to his new size. Now, wielding his giant hammer, Marn simply steps across to the other ship.
Move: Drink extract of Enlarge Person
Move: Use increased size to cross the 4-5 feet to the other ship with a single step
|GM Faol Mhor|
The stunned looks on the face of the Rahadoumi sailors at a fish man landing on his face on the deck and a small woman leaping towards them swinging her mace wildly in the air infront of their faces quickly gives way to looks of astonishment as a huge dwarf steps on to the ship. Two men with the crossbows turn to aim at the giant dwarf while the third readies his sword.
Avakor's init 1d20 + 1 ⇒ (5) + 1 = 6
Marns's init 1d20 + 2 ⇒ (17) + 2 = 19
Sailors's init 1d20 + 1 ⇒ (12) + 1 = 13
Joves's init 1d20 + 3 ⇒ (16) + 3 = 19
Jove and Marn you can act, then it will be the pirates turn and then Thea and Avakor can act again. To speed things up i'm going to do the three sailors now as well but just assume these actions come after Jove and Marn but before Thea and Avakor
Both Crossbow men loose bolts at the giant Dwarf.
Sailor 1 1d20 + 2 ⇒ (12) + 2 = 14, 1d10 ⇒ 2 Marn does your size increase with the potion to large? I am assuming it might and so that may affect your AC. This attack may hit. Let me know
Sailor 2 1d20 + 2 ⇒ (20) + 2 = 22, 1d10 ⇒ 5 Te bolt hits the dwaf hard in the shoulder. Critical hit 1d10 ⇒ 8 More damage
13 points of damage unless the first shot hits as well
Thea you get an attack of opportunity on one of the crossbowmen because he is within five feet.
Sailor 3, the man with the sword, steps towards Thea and attempts to attack her with his sword 1d20 + 2 ⇒ (13) + 2 = 15, 1d6 + 1 ⇒ (1) + 1 = 2 dmg
Marn and Jove, take two turns each, Thea and Avakor take a turn and Thea you can take the AOO as well.
You run up the stairs to the sterncastle I'm assuming? And what you see is a strange sight, a giant dwarf looming over three sailors, a tiny halfling woman, you assume, swinging a mace wildly in every direction and a man who looks like a creature of the sea standing nonchalantly in front of the sailors demanding their surrender. All three of the Rahadoumi sailors have their backs to you.
Yep up to the sterncastle I go.
Jove draws his dagger as he runs up the stairs to the sterncastle and sees the strange lot of pirates. Smiling to himself, Jove knows he will fit in. Staying as far away from the sailors as he can but still remaining on the sterncastle, Jove concentrates on the middle sailor and Jove's eyes momentarily turn entirely black while Jove sends shadows invisible to all but he to curse the sailor. Jove's eyes return to their sky blue after the hex is completed.
Evil Eye Hex -1 to all saves for 8 rounds; DC 16 Will save reduces to just 1 round
Jove once again targets the middle sailor with his evil eye, this time choosing to curse the creature's ability to attack. Evil Eye Hex -1 to attack rolls for 8 rounds: DC 16 Will save reduces to just 1 round.
Jove then lets out a hearty guffaw, the sound almost magic in the way it rings even in the din of the battle and the flapping of the sails, though it sounds much more maniacal to those hit by his evil eye. Move action to use Cackle hex, which increases the duration of my Evil Eye hex effects by 1 round.
The name's Jove Sirocco, and I'd like to apply for the post of pirate on your crew! Jove beams at the towering dwarf, the halfling woman, and the man of the sea. He turns to the sailors, who have no doubt heard his cackle and says This is what you get for not tying your knots tight.
I thought that the Evil Eye hex carried a -2 penalty.
Standard Action: Cast cure light wounds on Marn
Healing: 1d8 + 2 ⇒ (2) + 2 = 4
Seeing Marn fall to a lucky shot, Avakor focuses inward to draw on his inner song. He mutters and incantation and a glow suffuses his hand, which he touches to Marn.
As Marn steps across a giant grin appears in his now massive, braided beard. Seemingly without much effort he swings his hammer, which increased in size with him. The hammer is aimed at the stunned sailors bearing their crossbows.
Standard: Attack vs the closest of sailor 1 and 2.
Attack: 1d20 + 5 ⇒ (8) + 5 = 13 DMG: 2d6 + 5 ⇒ (4, 2) + 5 = 11
By the way, doesn't the sailor need to make a confirmation roll for his crit?
|GM Faol Mhor|
Jove which sailor are you targeting? if you target number 2 I believe his hit is still a crit because a 20 is an automatic hit and he still rolled a 22 so your hex would have no affect on the shot. Not that I'm encouraging metagaming here :) I just need to know which sailor you are hexing.
In either case Marn has an action before the bolts hit him. He won init, so he may be able to kill one of the sailors before they shot. I just put up the rolls to save time but I think it is causing more confusion than it was worth.
In anycase here is the will save for the sailor you do target for the first Hex
1d20 + 1 ⇒ (15) + 1 = 16 He makes his will save
Oh just previewed and Marn has posted...Ah, yes you are correct Marn, my bad. HE does need to confirm it. Here it is..
1d20 + 2 ⇒ (20) + 2 = 22 ouch, unfortunately it appears as though he does indeed crit
Marn Steps close to the first sailor and swings hard, the man is suprised and just narrowly caught by the massive blow. IT seems to have almost crippled him.
MArn because you stepped up to him, and he decided to shot you you can take an AOO as well on him before the bolt is loosed.
Here is where everyone stands. Marn is in combat with S1, S2 and S3 are next to Thea, Jove is about 15 feet away on the deck behind the sailors on the opposite side from you guys, and avakor is about 10 feet away from the sailors behind thea.
Sailor 1: 11 DMG
Sailor 2: 0 DMG, Hexed for 1 round -2 saveing throws
Sailor 3: 0 DMG
Marn can make the AOO and then we will apply the DMG, and I'll wait for Thea to make her AOO move and then we will see what Damage you are at.
I said I was targeting the middle sailor (since you said there were three I assumed they were roughly in a line) so yes I suppose I did mean Sailor #2. Sorry Marn that my hex wasn't any help against the crit.
|GM Faol Mhor|
Pirate Turn 1:
The first sailor raises his crossbow only to receive a hard hammer to the head, he falls to the deck, blood flowing out from the gaping wound on his head. The man is clearly dead from the heavy blow. Sailor one's shot does not hit you Marn because you killed him.
Thea is unable to strike the one making the critical shot however and the bolt hits Marn hard, not enough to knock him to his knees but hard enough to cause serious damage. Marn you take 13 damage, you are not down but you are hurting
The Sailor attacking Thea misses his swing with his sword.
Player Turn 2:
Jove casts a second hex on the same sailor, the man already seems shaken by Jove's first evil glare,
Sailors will save 1d20 + 1 ⇒ (15) + 1 = 16 -2 for previous hex so the sailor fails to reduce the amount of time that this new Hex effects him.
Meanwhile Avakor heals Marn is able to put a bit of life into marn Marn you are healed for 4 so I believe you have 5 HP left at this point.
Thea and Marn, go ahead and do your action for turn 2, I'll wait to do the sailors actions until after, because otherwise I end u confusing myself lol ;)
|GM Faol Mhor|
Sad but it looks like it. Maybe they lost their dots? If that's the case maybe we should migrate to a new PbP thread to get them new "new" notifications? (After confirming that is the problem of course)
|GM Faol Mhor|
Okay here is the plan...there are two of you left, and if anyone else is still around they can jump over as well, but I'll make a new campaign thread this afternoon and then post the link here. To start with each of you can just post on the new thread a quick blurb about your character and what they've done so far in the campaign and what you are trying to do.
Then I'll try and amalgamate the two campaigns but that should be super easy because you are both at exactly the same spot....sound good? Any thoughts?