Champion of mbauers wrote:
Sounds good to me! Bruno has some big changes for 4th lvl, so should be fun.You're actually the first person to have gotten the lance for a whole match. Usually I have to drop it for the Heavy Pick.
And I haven't seen Vatale. Maybe it's time for Arbiter to initiate Arena Freeze.
Spell reference here
Suppose the party front liner is protected by a Shield Other spell from the support cleric. That cleric is, in turn, protected by a second Shield Other spell from the party Paladin. Then, the party Inquisitor decides to cast Shield Other on the Cleric too, just for giggles.
Firstly, that's a lot of gold rings. Cleric's got bling.
Secondly, how would damage be divided?
Let's suppose the front liner (say barbarian) likes pain and gets whacked for (just making something up here) 100 damage (for math's sake).
Dice + Arbiter:
Free: drop lance
Move: draw Pick
attack: 1d20 + 11 ⇒ (15) + 11 = 26
damage: 1d6 + 11 ⇒ (3) + 11 = 14
ride: attack: 1d20 + 7 ⇒ (16) + 7 = 23
E attack: 1d20 + 6 ⇒ (15) + 6 = 21
E damage: 1d4 + 4 ⇒ (2) + 4 = 6
Bruno easily blocks his foe's strike with his shield. His lance clatters to the ground once again, and tooth and pick come crashing down upon the unfortunate fighter
But then he is constantly and unceasingly angry at those odd colors that keep popping up and can do nothing but knock the odd colors off the walls/chairs/rocks. Sounds like a good insane assylum encounter to me.
114. The Ramblings of Sparklewort, Royal Demolotionist
This is the "journal" of Blasty McSparklewort, pyromaniac goblin and Chief Royal Demolitionist of some court that somehow avoids being mentioned. It is mostly the transcribed ravings of an illiterate goblin who likes gunpowder a little too much and has royal permission to use copious amounts of it. In spite of its very chaotic organization and tendency to go off on tangents for pages at a time, this book is actually quite informative to anyone who is familiar with the workings of gunpowder. Anyone who has proficiency with a firearm or gunpowder based Seige weapon or anyone who uses gunpowder to destroy structures may spend 1d6+1 minutes studying the book to gain either a +1 bonus on damage rolls with firearms for one hour or a +2 circumstance bonus to all skill checks involving gunpowder for the next hour.
103. Chronicle of Croniclers
74. Angry Arouchs rules the Playground
45. Mercurial weapons is scrawled across the face and spine of this thin book bound in hard leather. The cover and many pages have been partially burned and the whole thing is written in a thick, blocky script using what appears to be charcoal. The contents is part guide book and part journal of a moderately talented and wildly imaginative blacksmith who spent years trying to develop a weapon with a liquid core. His theory is that the weapon would become heavier at the tip when swung, but still maintain balance when at the ready. He was never able to complete the weapon, however, and eventually succumbed to something called "quicksilver poisoning".
15. Divination Conceps in the Application of Transmutive magics in relation the Brunson-Hilgar Weave sub-strata and Resultant Fluctuations in Statistical Probability