bonahoom at INFO2000.NET
Sat Jan 30 08:08:27 CET 1999
This is how we play it also.
The reasoning to me is that, if you subtracted the DCV from the roll line,
then they are getting to know you are firing the bow and they have a great
chance to dodge the arrow that is flying in at them. Most people may know
that they are being shoot at, but not enough people can actually do anything
Tobie Bonahoom (DMing for the greater Good)
From: Paul L. Ming <pming at YT.SYMPATICO.CA>
To: POWERS-AND-PERILS at geo000.CiTG.TUDelft.NL
<POWERS-AND-PERILS at geo000.CiTG.TUDelft.NL>
Date: Friday, January 29, 1999 9:47 PM
Subject: Shooting things...
> I am designing a 'backup character' for our current P&P campaign and am
>seriously looking at an archer-type guy. One thing that is seeming more
>more strange is what line you roll on (on the combat table). Now, correct
>me if I am wrong here, but don't the numbers in the "Range Fractions" table
>in book two (page 6). Ok, fine. One thing that we would like direct feed
>back on is this: does the opponent get to 'subtact his DCV from the line?
>Example: if I shoot my long bow at someone who is at Point blank range
>20'), I roll on line +12. Period. I do not subtract the opponents DCV.
>Correct? This is how we have been playing it. Anyone else have a
>Denakhan the Arch-Mage.
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