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Red Regent

3rd Jul 2020, 12:52 AM

If it works with Speed (the weapon ability), it seems likely that this Karasuma Gari maneuver is some kind of full attack. This would make it pretty comparable to Pouncing Charge, presumably limited to one attack per target as a balancing factor. Neat!

Has anyone tried to compile the maneuvers/shenanigans shown in the comic into a more cohesive sort of supplement? Because if not I'd consider doing that, a lot of this is good enough to be worth integrating into an actual game.

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Red Regent

3rd Jul 2020, 12:56 AM

By the way, if you want to do something like this with official material, the closest thing you'll get is either the Wolf Pack Tactics stance or the Lance of the Unending Charge (Arms & Equipment Guide). The lance will give you better results (esp. with pounce), but it only works while mounted.

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3rd Jul 2020, 2:47 AM

A pouncing charge expends all movement first, then does all attacks at the end, while in this case Zoro is making attacks on the move. Seems to be a sort of running attack, moving forward in a straight line and making one attack against each enemy you pass. Probably prevents AoOs against you during the movement as well.

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3rd Jul 2020, 2:12 PM

So more like a souped-up Spring Attack as a maneuver.

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3rd Jul 2020, 1:32 AM

Uh, this isn't related to this page, but I wanted to ask it anyway.
Luke has his custom d20, the one with 1s on it, have we gotten verification that it is in fact 20 1s or is it possible that it has 19 1s and one 20? I ask because the second seems to fit Luffy better, since he often screws up diplomatic situations, but once in a blue moon, he says exactly the right thing. Also, because I think the second one would be funnier.

Actually on this page, I love how Cory is actually getting into the scene.

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3rd Jul 2020, 8:29 AM

I'm pretty sure it's all 1s. Luke only uses it when he wants to fail a diplomacy check.

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4th Jul 2020, 5:39 AM

It has been refered to as 'the d20 that's all 1s' I'm pretty sure.

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3rd Jul 2020, 9:10 AM

Luke can still succeed at checks. The 1s dice is for intentional fails only.

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Joe the Rat

3rd Jul 2020, 11:00 AM

I still want one.

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3rd Jul 2020, 11:31 AM

I'm pretty sure in Universe whenever Luffy succeeds on a diplomacy roll it's because Luke can't find his all 1's D20 and ends up rolling a normal D20.

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4th Jul 2020, 3:34 AM

Using a normal D20 for Laboon was definitely intentional.

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