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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Guest




4th Nov 2019, 1:31 AM

So...how powerful is whale stomach acid, and how does that translate into D&D?

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Malroth

Malroth




4th Nov 2019, 3:37 AM

pretty weak 1d6 points of acid damage per round unless otherwise specified in the creature entry

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Michael




4th Nov 2019, 9:45 AM

So the Krocus way of swimming between his island and the medicine injector is legit, cool!

I'd still prefer to chain them together.

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Halosty45

Halosty45




4th Nov 2019, 12:55 PM

With hardness of regular wood that would equate to slightly less than 2 damage per minute on average... though it's entirely possible that such a large creature does more damage per round- Tarrasques are 2d8 + 6, which would do 11 damage per round/ 110 damage per minute on average. I would imagine a whale is less than that, but a giant whale could be more than 1d6. Either way, you don't want to stay there forever.

Related fun tidbit: By base 3.5 rules wood doesn't take damage from being on fire. (If you don't take into account its probable vulnerability to fire- which isn't explicitly stated anywhere- then it's 1d6/2 damage vs 5 hardness which will never do damage. Vulnerability does say some objects take double damage and that certain things might ignore hardness, but it's left up to gm discretion :P)

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Solokov




4th Nov 2019, 8:13 PM

To be fair it's a whale, so it's probably got a much lower acidity.

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Luminous Lead




5th Nov 2019, 12:46 AM

That's actually really neat! Get some wood from trees that the Divine Manager forgot to apply fire vulnerability to and you'll have ever-burning campfires!

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Guest




8th Nov 2019, 7:13 AM

Looks like Rika really wanted a giant robot whale. lol

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