Discussion in 'Roleplaying Games' started by Zero300, Sep 20, 2018.
What makes ARM different than HP then...?
Is there a point in having it?
OOC: Sorry for the late reply!
I was gifted one by Alezzel.
Thanks for the offer, though.
Added a new recipe for the Brewer occupation, @Zero300
just extra HP for now. ARM gets used up first.
Basically like the Defence mechanic was in ToR, then?
probably, I've never played ToR
Um..okay I'll try explaining. (not going to include the rolling mechanic for hit chances)
Spoiler: Battle scenario in TOR
Say a player has 10 HP and 10 Def.
They meet a monster and start a battle.
The monster has 15 Def and 7 HP.
Players always have the first turn, unless ambushed.
The player has 12 Atk and does a normal attack against the monster.
The monster receives 12 Def damage. Currently at 3 Def, 7 HP.
The monster has 9 Atk and attacks the player.
The player receives 9 Def damage. Currently at 1 Def, 10 HP.
Player attacks again.
Monster receives 12 damage. It's Def breaks and it dies.
Player gains exp and their Def regenerates to full.
Player carries on traversing the dungeon.
oh, then it's similar.
Does it regain at the end of the round at least?
@Zero300 can I change the hit success of Small Corrosive Blood Potion from 1d2 to 1d10, with fail = 1-5 and success = 6-10, please?
@Zero300 Can we use our upgrade point to combine skills?
Ex. Life Drain + Mana Drain = Essence Drain / Entrapping Vines + Life/Mana Drain = Sapping Vines.
Also, is it allowed to copy skill books? Like a brewer makes paper and ink/charcoal, then tries to copy a skill book, what would happen.
Btw, you forgot to include Stone Sprites in the index of monsters.
@Zero300 OOC: about the advanced class... there's limitation for mages to their respective element. Does that mean water mage cannot use wind scatter/earth armor?
Yeah, they get hit hard. But you can also choose not to take a specialization.
that's true yes.
you can combine skills only when they reach 10d20. As for copying skill books, you can't.
Mana Drain+Life Drain+Exhaustion = Full Body Drain!?!?!?
That is, if it is cost effective enough to do that.
I assumed since the spring water came from a water slime, that it would have some mana infused into it.
If you're using the argument of an npc could come up with it, then why is there nothing like it in the shop? Or potions for that matter?
If you're using the argument of an npc coming up with blood meal fertiliser, then surely charcoal sticks would fall under that, too.
I was typing up the recipe as you posted your previous comment, so I hadn't seen it.
None of the current ingredients can be turned into a white powder, other than bones - which teeth are - so I was grasping at straws...and the ancients used ground up shells for it, which we don't have...or white lead which is poisonous...
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