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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Guest




14th Dec 2016, 1:26 AM
"can't Think of One This Time"

But I love the beatdown Arlong is about to get!

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Jake




14th Dec 2016, 1:45 AM
"One more time, JUST to be sure"

When it comes to encounters, a lot of new players will have the mindset that once something falls, it's defeated. But there are a few monsters who can keep taking the punishments until something's done to keep them down for good.

Tell of a time where you or someone else ended up in trouble due to a monster getting back into the fight, after they were thought dead.

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Zangevi




14th Dec 2016, 2:23 AM

In one of the first adventures I ever played, our group had to deal with a monster infestation. Now I have very fond memories about this adventure because of how well everything fit together, but long story short, the imonsters were artificial hybrids of other creatures that multiplied like rabbits. Now our group went in with zero knowledge as to these things capabilities and "killed" a few groups of these before finding out they only sure fire way to put them down permanently was to burn them. Cue the party turning around to see the creatures we thought were dead get back up. Thankfully, we had plenty of alchemist fire, fire based spells, and the DM okayed our plan to make fire arrows using rags and oil.

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Elianisthebrave




14th Dec 2016, 10:58 PM

last week i had my players fighting a troll, it regens HP and only dies if you kill it with fire. they did not have fire until the end when the bard started to bludgion it with a torch.

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Elianisthebrave




14th Dec 2016, 10:59 PM

last week i had my players fighting a troll, it regens HP and only dies if you kill it with fire. they did not have fire until the end when the bard started to bludgion it with a torch.

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Rooker

Rooker




14th Dec 2016, 3:46 AM
"Undead Fortitude WTF"

I'd say "Undead Fortitude FTW" but with a fighter, rogue, and Warlock none of whom had Radiant damaging abilities nor did anyone roll Critical...one zombie harassing three guys for three rounds at 1 HP was hilarious. Ridiculously so, but the Fighter wanted a challenge (and I still haven't modified encounters yet to be more challenging) so I didn't fudge rolls to make the zombie die faster. This thing got worked over pretty hard and yet it almost killed the Fighter. One of the zombies in an encounter before knocked out the Warlock in one hit, he stabilized with the Rogue's help, then the zombie slapped him back down next round. I might have to give the Elemental Cults more Zombies...

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Joe the Rat




14th Dec 2016, 9:12 AM
"Buahahaha!"

I highly recommend full body armor, or hooded cloaks, or something to make them not obviously zombies. Give them a chance to "waitaminnit" when these clumsy guards keep getting up.
Or Ogre Zombies. Ogre Zombies are fun.

On the not evil side, what you really need is a big hit. criticals aside, 19 points of damage will put down a standard zombie - it is impossible to make that damage DC.

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Anvildude




14th Dec 2016, 12:49 PM

I feel like this is what Trolls were originally meant to be- but nowadays, the whole "Fire weakness" thing is so well known...

I kinda think hat could be a good chance to use Weather in your campaign- torrential downpour puts out most sources of fire in a turn or prevents them from being lit, reduces visibility so that when the troll goes down you can't necessarily find it for the coup de gras...

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Christxof




14th Dec 2016, 1:00 PM
"Darn"

I was hoping that the comic would adapt the scene where Arlong ripped off Zoro's bandages and was terrified to learn that he was fighting while gravely wounded. I could easily see that becoming an intimidation-check-gone-wrong. "Yes, your intimidation roll on Arlong by letting him see you were fighting handicapped succeeded. Now he's going to coup-de-grace you to make sure you never pose a challenge to him."

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Evan




15th Dec 2016, 7:55 PM
"The guy with the face"

So when my group started playing 5E we had a lot of fun and one session our cleric said he was going to be late to the game. Turns out that was the day we fought zombies party of level 2 we run into them and after about an hour of combat later of just hitting them over and over again, finally the cleric arrives to clean them all up. The GM was laughing so hard as he went about showing us the rules for the zombies. The sad part is we didn't land any crits that fight.

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Evan




15th Dec 2016, 7:55 PM
"The guy with the face"

So when my group started playing 5E we had a lot of fun and one session our cleric said he was going to be late to the game. Turns out that was the day we fought zombies party of level 2 we run into them and after about an hour of combat later of just hitting them over and over again, finally the cleric arrives to clean them all up. The GM was laughing so hard as he went about showing us the rules for the zombies. The sad part is we didn't land any crits that fight.

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