longshot at cybermax.net
Sun Jan 3 06:08:16 CET 2010
Thanks. I wanted to see if folks have some rules setup. I have some house rules for it but in my head never really flshed it on paper. Since I take it case by case. A Brick warrior with 2 physical and 30 subdual woluld heal far differently than a drunk beggar with 2 physical and 30 subdual assuming HPs are same. So its hard to put something on every character. Then theres the subdual damage locations head hits are far worse than other areas. Was just curious if Richard or others had rules setup. Thanks
Thomas thanks for the post. Good start. I do believe stats play a part like Con and Stamina.
At 11:34 PM 12/23/09, you wrote:
>PnP has no rules for healing subdual differently from real damage
>Most game systems have subdual recover in hours not days
>Some when magic is used cure real and an equal amount of subdual at the same time
>Reality-wise a good part of the subdual is gone quickly but some lingers, the linger could be considered real damage
>So someone knocked out may be fine after a few minutes, though could be woozy for a while
>Most knock out damage is temporary and has little to do with fighting afterward, effectively it is cured
>So for a game system, a knocked out person should be out for a while and wake up a bit sore but otherwise fine
>That would imply the subdual actually lasts just long enough to do the knock out and associated 'out' time and is gone afterward leaving only the residual real damage incurred.
>Thus I would expect magical healing to easily wake the person and render them effectively healed of that subdual damage, but that may be too good?
>But since PnP has limits on magical healing in place, the use of such to take care of knockouts is not abusive
>PnP associates 10-20% real damage with subdual so there will be a significant amount of damage residual unless the knock out occurred quickly
>Subdual damage can even exceed HP if the person has a lot of stamina, if I remember correctly, and thus that person could be seriously injured before being knocked out.
>Thus I see no need for any extra penalties after being woke up
>Thats my 2 brass bits worth ;)
>Scott Adams wrote:
>>First Merry Christmas and happy new year to all out there...
>>Second, I'm interested in answers to the subdual healing aspects Alex posted on.
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