Using My Monsters

Friday, 23 January 2015

Just Wanted To Share This...


We use the most excellent Roll20 to play our games, even when we play face to face. Last weeks 5e game involved a rather massive battle, which is not yet over. This is the state of play...just thought I would share. As you can see, we have quite a few players, so encounters can be a tad more challenging that usually advised. For example...

Karzod – Urgorgori Fighter
Large Giant - Urgorgori (Chaotic Evil)
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Armour Class: 18 (Plate Armour)
Hit Points
: 134 (13d10+58)
Speed 40' (30' armoured)
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STR 22 (+6) DEX 8 (-1) CON 19 (+4) INT 7 (-2) WIS 11 (+0) CHA 7 (-2)
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Saving Throws: Strength +9, Constitution +7
Skills: Athletics +9, Perception +3; Disadvantage on Stealth
Senses: Darkvision 60' ;Passive Perception: 13
Language: Southspeak (understand only), Vulgorim
Challenge: 7 (2,900 XP)
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ACTIONS


 Multiattack: Makes two Greatsword attacks.

Greatsword : Melee weapon attack, Reach 10', +9 to hit, one target, Hit: 20 (4d6+6) slashing damage (re-roll any 1s or 2s, scores a critical hit on a natural 19 or 20)

BONUS ACTIONS

Action Surge: 1 per long or short rest may take an additional action.

Second Wind: Karzod heals 1d10+7 hit points. 

They are mostly 3rd level, with some 2nd level characters in there. Very experienced players, all playing with a "let the dice fall where they may" type attitude. So far, this battle has pushed them to their limits, and although old Karzod is not well, he can still kill a PC with a good hit...and almost has several times!

 

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