Hasn't killed this player yet, but a few of us have written him off-
Ironfang Invasion, book 2-
We begin scouting out, and we roll stealth to observe the fortress. Bloodrager fails and the guards call out; he steps out into the open. *collective facepalming ensues*
"Who are you?"
"I'm a mercenary, looking for work. You hiring?"
GM: Roll bluff (he rolls sense motive)
Bloodrager rolls low on bluff.
"Sure, we could use another hand. Approach."
Bloodrager approached bridge leading to fortress.
GM: Now, roll will save as you hear a voice calling for help.
Bloodrager fails, and promptly jumps into the ravine and river.
While the other archer and my ranger keep the camp preoccupied, the Witch uses flight hex on himself to see if the bloodrager survived- and finds him in a stupor at the bottom of the river- slowly drowning. Then the witch himself is grappled and dragged under the water. Kelpies
The Dwarf Paladin is attempting to help, but in heavy armor and negative swim, unless the other player and I literally jump in to save the Bloodrager and Witch, he's not going to be there on time to help either. We're debating...
Earlier, this bloodrager also had a bad run-in with a Mimic like creature