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Initiative Order:
Kautu - 24

Kurgan - 21

Marius - 20

Piknose - 16

Monster - 11

 

A swelling, slimy, undulating mass of sewer trash and filth erupts from a muck pool in the center of the room, lashing out with its pseudopods. 

 

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Source: www.reapermini.com

 

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Sorry, I haven't got used to that yet.  Revised turn with new rules and 3 actions)

 

1. Designate slime as hunted

 

2. fire arrow 4+4-2 (Volley 50 rule) miss

 

3. Fire arrow 18 +4-2-4 =16  (die, Skill, volley 50, second attack at hunted)  Damage if hit is 5.

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29 minutes ago, ttuckerman said:

Sorry, I haven't got used to that yet.  Revised turn with new rules and 3 actions)

 

1. Designate slime as hunted

 

2. fire arrow 4+4-2 (Volley 50 rule) miss

 

3. Fire arrow 18 +4-2-4 =16  (die, Skill, volley 50, second attack at hunted)  Damage if hit is 5.

 

Gonna have to re-read the How to Combat section after that one. :lol: 

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Kurgan mutters something in dwarven, involving rotten fish, and the creatures genealogy as he draws his mace from his belt circling along the wall to give his companions room to move  (two squares diagonal) and goes to give it a good thumping (13+3=16 3+3 =6 dmg if I hit)

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Kautu fires wide with his first attack.  The second finds it's mark, burying itself in the muck with a sickening "sluurrp" type sound.

Kurgan ducks low, avoiding some fetid puddles on the ground.  He lands a solid blow.

 

It has taken 11 damage.  It still seems cohesive and capable.

 

(SR, are you using an agile or finesse weapon?  You would have gotten sneak attack since the monster hasn't acted in this round.  Unfortunately, this monster is immune to precision damage, so it doesn't matter.)

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Marius steps up to ensure Kautu cannot be rushed, and swings wide with his scimitar (7+4=11). He then settles into a defensive stance behind his shield.  (*while I track down updated rules*)

 

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Re-checked first attack for Kautu.  Moral of the story, don't ever tell the DM you miss, make him double check.

The 4+4-2=6 HITS.

This sewer ooze has AC 5.

Give me that damage for the first arrow, please.

 

Marius also hits.

Give me damage please.

 

Just remember, usually with low AC comes... lots of Hit Points!!!

 

Piknose is up.

 

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Damage =5 It's just I have never seen a normal sized creature with an AC less than 10.

 

(after this I will roll damage on all shots.

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Pik' will up to the square next to "Kur" directly below the ooze.  Is there any way I can study the creature to determine what kind of damage is more effective vs it? I'd rather not throw a bomb at it due to the splash damage & such, at least not right now anyways........:devil:

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