I think so. Sanjesh's player is active on the board, but doesn't seem to look here. Zharkan's hasn't been logging in regularly, last time was 20 April. I sent both of them private messages a couple of weeks ago encouraging them to post here, but no luck.
I'm not sure that having Hrunal flail away with his puny dagger is going to be very effective. Maybe I could just try to grab the priest and knock him down? That would at least keep him from casting more spells. Is it possible to grapple with opponents who are not surprised? The only mention I could find in the rules only applied to surprised opponents.
Post by greentongue on May 20, 2008 11:17:14 GMT -6
I don't see why something couldn't be "winged". Attacker needs to "hit" (vs-leather) If successful, a grapple occurs Defender saves vs Paralize or breaks free. Defender can use a "To Hit" Strength bonus for the Save roll (if they have one). =
I am very sorry for dropping out as I have. I lost a very dear friend May 19th and my world really has not been the same ever since. I don't feel much like playing games for awhile. If someone else would like to take over Zharkan you have my blessing. Sorry for the inconvenience.
While a Qol is a interesting idea, they are not known for high moral. In fact it would be unbelievable for one to attack when out numbered. I will need to include a check for your opponents to know this.
Awaiting Kevuk's response to the massive blow he took. =
Darn, I didn't think the morale thing would be that widely known. I was just trying for something roughly human-sized that is easily recognized as venomous. I also considered a Sagun, but thought they might be a bit obscure.
One more question about the spell - can I change the illusion after I cast it? Could I, for instance, appear as a Qol now, and a few rounds later change it to look like a Chiteng priest? or a part of the architecture?