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I'll do that check now. Knowledge religion on the burning skelly 11+1+2=14

(If I come up with anything I'll share the most relevant)

Then I'll take another shot at the burning skelly.

19+5+2+1=27

Dmg 6+2+1=9

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I'll give one more 2 grant two piece beyond standard.

 

It has the standard undead traits (Pertinent ones you might need to know are listed below)

 

  • Immunity to all mind-affecting effects (charms, compulsions, morale effects, patterns, and phantasms).
  • Immunity to bleed, death effects, disease, paralysis, poison, sleep effects, and stunning
  • Immunity to any effect that requires a Fortitude save
  • Not subject to nonlethal damage, ability drain, or energy drain. Immune to damage to its physical ability scores, as well as to exhaustion and fatigue effects.

 

DR 5/bludgeoning

Fiery Death: When it dies it deals damage to everyone next to it due to its fiery explosion

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Ken will take a moment to look between the cleric, his own finger and back at the cleric with an exaggerated frown as if he can't believe his missile didn't hurt more before reaching his hand out and directing a cascade of tiny meteorites to fall down upon him, (1d4=4 damage reflex dc 14 negates)

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Sariel grins fiercely as his enemies come more clearly into view.  Sariel raises his morningstar and swings a crushing blow at the rat as is avoids his downswing.  "Ware friends!  It is not just the undead and their masters we face."

 

d20 + 2 = 8  [Told you!]

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Sariel: 21

Ciron: 15

Cleric

Giles: 14

Kenobu: 11

Zombie

Thorgrimm: 4

 

 

The skeleton closes on Ciron to strike him and the scimitar narrowly misses him. He is able to feel the air of it passing by his arm.

 

Sariel grins fiercely as his enemies come more clearly into view.  Sariel raises his morningstar and swings a crushing blow at the rat as is avoids his downswing.  "Ware friends!  It is not just the undead and their masters we face."

 

Ciron draws another dagger and moves to help whoever looks like they need it. Ciron Notes he may wish to defend himself first. Go ahead and roll an attack for this as I presume you would return the blow.

 

The cleric smirks briefly as he points at Sariel. A single blast of cold shoots from the finger and solidifies into an icicle that pierces into his arm with a stunning amount of pain. [5 pts of dmg]

 

The rat nimbly dodged Sariel’s club to return the blow with a bite. It does indeed return the favor by snapping its jaws on thin air.

 

In a stroke of luck Giles blow manages to destroy the skeleton while it is back and the nearest neighbors are the cleric and zombie. Its explosion hurts both of them to the surprise of the cleric who suddenly looks very uncertain about this battle.

 

Ken will take a moment to look between the cleric, his own finger and back at the cleric with an exaggerated frown as if he can't believe his missile didn't hurt more before reaching his hand out and directing a cascade of tiny meteorites to fall down upon him. The cleric falls to the ground unconscious as the meteorites strike his body.

 

The zombie shambles up to Kenobu and tries to hit him with its fists. With this close-up of it you can see what looks puss filled wounds and the stench of disease for any who have treated the ill. He misses granting Ken time to back-up.

 

By Thorgrimms reckoning the zombie closing in on Ken is something to worry about as spellcasters tend to be a frail lot. He misses the zombie, but it may grant Ken a bit of a reprieve from being struck by it.

 

The rat disappears now.

The burning skeleton exploded and is out of the battle

The cleric is down and out of the battle

 

You only have a normal skeleton and unusual zombie left to battle.

 

New Round!

Skeleton will be attacking Ciron.

Zombie will strike who ever either Ken or Thorgrimm.

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Kenobou will take a five foot step back (to avoid AOO's) and again summon another column of meteors down upon the zombie. His lips curling in a snarl at the stench of disease and death that wafts from the animated corpse. "foul unclean thing, and it's minnions aren't any better" (d4=2 dc 14 reflex save negates) 

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Giles will fire at the zombie to help Kenobou out.

Assuming I'm within 30 of the zombie otherwise subtract 1 from each total

9+8=17

8+3=11

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Noting now... Between Ken and Giles the Zombie bursts. The stench is horrid as the puss hits at everyone around it. Luckily Ken took that step last round and seems to have been blessed by luck as not any of the stuff lands on him. Thorgrimm is not so lucky though and he is now coated in the puss and disgusting stench of the zombie

 

Fort Save Thorgrimm

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Go ahead and make our attack. It won't set in for a day or so. I just like to get the first roll done and out of the way to see if we even have to worry about it.

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Sariel moves towards the collapsed cleric as his companions appear clearly able to handle and engage the zombie and remaining skeleton, seeking to ensure he is truly incapacitated.

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