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I haven't played this one yet, but I remember thinking it was odd that no one could push anyone else off the tower.
I always keep a few dudes with the ranger so they can activate in his turn. I don't know if it makes that big of a difference, I want to replay the scenarios and do different things to test balance. That's one of the things I hope Joe discusses in his panel. I'm attending the RoSD one, hope you are too!
Had I success/failure. So a Orc Hand of Yurtrus in 5e is a variant orc that looking at the stats doesn't use a weapon. They have a claw attack that does decent damage. I found a unarmed orc in Artisan Guild's line up for this one, well since AG's minis are handless I found a cool orc & then found bare L & R hands. I printed up the hands by themselves & they were a successful print sorta. The hands printed but they were barely on the supports & one was ok on the top, but the bottom had no details & was basically a lump of resin. At least I don't have to clean the FEP with this one.
I may just look at some existing Bones in decent poses & snip weapons off for this guy.
So had a surprise visit from the roofer today to look into the dang leak (I say surprise because no one told me, despite dad having had 30 minutes notice... I had 30 seconds notice to move everything out of the way to the access point). According to him, it's not the roof needing more vent space, it's a pipe that he felt leaking... which the plumber looked at last week.
So, who to trust? the plumber says it's a condensation and vent problem, and pocketed $60 for 5 minutes of actual work. The roofer says it's a leaky pipe, and charged nothing for the consult, and took proper safety precautions... I'm going to go with the roofer. And not hire that plumber. Which means I now have the honor of fixing it myself once it warms up enough.
I've been assured that it'll be easy by dad, just cutting a section of pipe out, fitting a new one and chemical welding the couplings together. I just need to not fall through the ceiling. Going to be an adventure at some point. Luckily it's a vent pipe, so I don't need to shut off any water.