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So right now Greyson doesn't have line of sight to the SC?

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Greyson is behind Ma'alik.

A PC or NPC can provide cover, but don't block line of sight.

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Oh I thought it was around the corner. Ok well force missile again. Pew,  5 damage.

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Greyson's magic splinters some bone, but the undead still fights on.

 

It has taken 15 damage.

 

Ma'alik is up.

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Ma'alik steps forward and brings his scimitar across in a vicious slash!

 

Attack: 20+5-1(PA)+3(smite)=27

Confirm: 8+7=15

 

Damage: 5 +6(PA)+2(smite)=13 (bypasses DR)

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Ma'alik utterly destroys the skeletal champion.

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"Well it's about time one of you fighter types did something fighterish. I was beginning to think I was going to have to copper and silver the thing to a second death with my force missiles!"

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Ma'alik casts a dark glance at the wizard, but holds his tongue.

 

Turning back to the remains of the champion he offers up a brief prayer, "May your spirit finally be at rest."

 

He then begins to drag the pile of armor and bones out of passageway. (anything worth salvaging?)

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Half plate armor!

 

Masterwork Ranseur.

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"Shall we examine what this creature was guarding?  Perhaps it will help us understand what is happening down here?"

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Returning his sword to his side, he cast a look down upon the remains of the skeleton, then gave it a nod in respect. "loyalty to death and beyond. Yes, let us see what he guarded so long"

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"Yes, hopefully it's worth quite a bit of gold. Or even better, magical" adds Greyson, his eyes lighting up at the last bit.

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