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Thirst - A Ravenloft PbP

Game Master Celestial Healer

Set in the land of Ravenloft, a band of intrepid heroes searches for a way home, but their fate may be inextricably tied to a vain, power-hungry madman. Uses the Pathfinder ruleset.


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Tybalt: I'm not sure what glitterdust is going to do to a swarm. They could in theory be blinded, but they do not make attack rolls, so I am not sure that that will be a problem for them.

Res and Leandro swing their torches, and the tiny insects seem repulsed by the flames. It seems to be having an effect, albeit a modest one. They are immune to weapon damage, so it is only the fire that hurts them.

Andrzej's flask of fire has a more appreciable impact and leaves some of the insects charred. You can tell it will take more where that came from to make the swarm disperse.

Leandro: I am considering that attack your AoO. You still have a round worth of actions. Also, Tybalt, if you change your mind about the spell, you may do so.

Anuqa, Eliva, and Angalia are up.


Female Half Orc Inquisitor 5 {HP:28/30}

Eliva blinks, holding her burning arrow in one hand, then rummages around in her pack, triumphantly pulling out a flask of green liquid. "I have this and one other - it might help!". She looks for something hard amidst the swarm to smash the acid flask against.


Leandro's armor? I would rule that as doing full damage to the swarm (and Leandro).


Male Human (Taldan); Init +0, Perception +0; Paladin 5 {45/55, LoH 6/6, CON: -2}

Leandro flails at the swarm from inside with his feeble torch but makes no attempt to escape the bloodsucking menaces. "Kill them!" he chokes, trying to veil his face with his arm for protection.

atk: 1d20 + 3 ⇒ (10) + 3 = 13

It's simply one point of fire damage if it hits, I guess. Let me know if you want a roll.


Male Human Magus 5 AC21, T14/16, F15/17, Hits 40/40, Init +6(+8), Perception +0, Arcane Pool 7/7

"Throw oil, while the gnomish fire still burns! They do not like it!"


Female Half Orc Inquisitor 5 {HP:28/30}

Eliva's voice is full of regret as she responds, "I have no oil. I have some healing magics to make this up to you, Leandro - my apologies!" At the last word her voice involuntarily harshens as she throws her first flask at the beleaguered paladin with all her strength and concentration.

Attack: 1d20 + 8 ⇒ (2) + 8 = 10 (touch)
Damage: 1d6 ⇒ 2


female Human Rogue 4

Angalia watches the flailing and waits for a good moment to join the fray.

Connection issues, back again. Ang is useless in this fight I suspect :D


The acid seems to burn away some of the insects, and also some of Leandro's flesh.

Anuqa approaches and apologetically brandishes his wand, sending a gout of flame that engulfs both Leandro and the swarm of insects.

1d4 ⇒ 1 damage, DC 12 reflex save for half.
Swarm save: 1d20 + 6 ⇒ (2) + 6 = 8

The swarm continues to envelop Leandro in its cloud of crimson, as tiny gnats find their way into his arm and continue to bite at him.

1 more Con damage.

MAP

Leandro
Anuqa
Res
Tybalt
Eliva
Angalia
Andrzej

Swarm


Male Human (Taldan); Init +0, Perception +0; Paladin 5 {45/55, LoH 6/6, CON: -2}

Reflex Save: 1d20 + 5 ⇒ (2) + 5 = 7
1 pt fire dmg, 3 pts acid dmg, and 1 pt Con since last dmg.

"Good! Keep killing them!" Leandro tries to encourage his friends while waving his little torch amidst the insects. "I used my oil on these torches, sadly." He spits more of the menaces on the ground between gasps for air.

torch attack!: 1d20 + 3 + 1 ⇒ (5) + 3 + 1 = 9
1 pt fire if it hits (Leandro is inside the swarm, so can it miss?)

cipherin':

Con damage: 2
Con penalty: -1
Fort save currently +9
HP loss due to Con = 5*1 = 5
Other HP loss = 5
HP: 45


Male Human Magus 5 AC21, T14/16, F15/17, Hits 40/40, Init +6(+8), Perception +0, Arcane Pool 7/7

The magus pulls out a flask of oil and lobs it onto the burning pool of gnomish fire. With a crump the mass detonates.

Oil flask onto swarm (AC5 to hit a square)1d20 + 7 + 1 - 4 ⇒ (7) + 7 + 1 - 4 = 11, damage 1d6 ⇒ 1 plus second round of alchemists fire 1d6 ⇒ 5, plus half (3) = 9 points of area damage. I doubt the bard bonus applies to this anyway.


Male Human Cleric/5 {HP:42/42, AC 16}

Res steps forward and to the right to attack the swarm again with his torch. attack: 1d20 + 5 - 4 + 1 ⇒ (4) + 5 - 4 + 1 = 6 1 point of fire damage if it hits. 5 foot step to S6


Leandro - the swarm is in the space, but is understandably keeping at least 6 to 10 inches from the flame itself, so I think the attack roll is to stick the flame into their midst without them clearing that patch to preserve themselves. That's how I would read it anyway. RAW, an attack roll is needed.

Andrzej's burning oil seems to have a strong impact on the swarm. It depletes some of their number.

Anuqa, Tybalt, Eliva, and Angalia are up.

Angalia, you do have a torch you could swing at them for 1 point of fire damage, but if your chance to hit is low and you prefer to stand back, you might consider stepping further away. It does not do to stand too close from the bloodsuckers for no reason :)


Anuqa, Tybalt, Eliva, and Angalia?


female Human Rogue 4

Realising that this is not a good fight for her, Angalia scuttles back, aiming to protecting her friends with well-placed smoke.


29/29HP , AC17

Tybalt worries what to go, letting the words slip from his mouth as the last lingering notes of his mockery echo in his ears.

Hold Action: Bardic Performance Stops 1/3 Rounds left for Lingering Performance. +1 to Attack & Damage


29/29HP , AC17

Realising that if he doesn't do anything then Leandro will be eaten alive, he shucks off his overcoat (with his owl in the pocket) and moves forward to the swarm. With a wild but slow swing he tries to burn as many of them as he can.

Move to R3 & attack them with his torch Torch Attack: 1d20 + 3 + 1 ⇒ (14) + 3 + 1 = 18 With whatever minuses for improvised weapon.


Anuqa casts another gout of flame at the crimson swarm.

1d4 ⇒ 1
Swarm save: 1d20 + 6 ⇒ (2) + 6 = 8

Eliva, with a look of regret, hurls another flask of acid.

1d20 + 8 ⇒ (1) + 8 = 9
It missed, so let's see where it lands. 1d8 ⇒ 2 That is still in the swarm's area.
1d6 ⇒ 3

The biting insects continue to assault Leandro. 1 more point of Con damage.

MAP

Leandro
Anuqa
Res
Tybalt
Eliva
Angalia
Andrzej

Swarm


Female Half Orc Inquisitor 5 {HP:28/30}

So, acid splash is targeted...would Eliva know if it might work or not?


female Human Rogue 4

More frantic torch waving.

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