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Example of Play

Post  Zanillo on Mon Nov 23, 2009 7:25 am

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Cassius turns the key to his room at the "Silver Colt", he had never had a key in his possession in his whole life! He normally preferred the very simple modest lodgings of a shabby common room, but since Count D-Bag decided to hunt him down he had to be where he was least expected. Which would be the fanciest inn in town, carpetted floors, double wide bedding, large curtains, a wardrobe and even his own sink! After stepping in he closed the door behind him and peered through the peekhole to make sure nobody followed him.


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Re: Example of Play

Post  Zanillo on Mon Nov 23, 2009 8:09 am

[From DM. Who rolls privately, in order to prevent metagaming. DM should also roll initiative in order to make turns go smoother]

As Cassius peers out into the hallway, the figure of a man steps from behind the curtains across the room and hurls a dagger for the monk's unprotected neck, which misses, instead embedding itself in the door beside him.

Order of Initiative: Cassius, Thief

((Upon sight Cassius will recognize him as the man he noticed picking pockets in the market earlier))


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Re: Example of Play

Post  Zanillo on Mon Nov 23, 2009 8:33 am

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A dagger thunks into the door beside Cassius's head. His eyes narrow as he turns to face his would-be assailant, a petty thief who likely saw the wanted poster and thought it seemed like a pretty decent get-rich-quick scheme.

"That was the last mistake you ever made." Cassius informs with a growl, as he takes five quick steps forward and leaps to deliver a mighty kick aimed for the "bounty hunter's" head, twisting in the air to throw all of his momentum into his heel.

Attack 20 (+4 bab, +3 str, +2 charge)
Random number (10,29) : 26

Damage d8 (+3 str)
Random number (4,11) : 10

(( To make a d20 attack roll, type the following [without the spaces I've included]. The first number is the minimum, the second number sets the max. If you wish, you may include your attack bonus of say in this example +9 although you must remember a minimum roll still counts as a 1! ))
[ rand ]1,20[ /rand ]


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Re: Example of Play

Post  Zanillo on Mon Nov 23, 2009 8:34 am

[From DM]

The footpad's eyes widen in the moment he realizes the consequences of failure. In retrospect, he probably should have realized that such a high bounty was a sign of great danger. As the monk goes into a deadly roundhouse, the only action the footpad has time for is to squeeze his eyes shut. And Cassius's connecting foot makes certain that those eyes do not open again.
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