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Telflammar Shadowlord Followup 
24th-May-2005 11:18 pm
sunshine
Well, we went ahead with my plan to reform wherever I chose after discorporating.

So, I went into an alleyway in Silverymoon and killed myself off. Single hits of course, so that I could make the save with ease. This left me with 4 HP when I reformed.

I won't get into the details of the events that happened, but leave you with how it finished. Just shows how not everything will work as smoothly as it appears.


DM: "She moves back, speaks a few words and gestures towards you. Make a will save."
Me: *rolls dice* "Oh yay, I fail."
DM: "You feel as though everything has gone rigid and you cannot move. Alustriel grabs her staff and begins quickly casting another spell. Make another will save."
Me: *rolls dice* *facepalms* "Yeesh, the dice hate me tonight."
DM: "She hits you in the head with her staff. She hits you for, heh, four."
Me: "Is it still dark in here?"
DM: "Yep."
Me: *reaches over and grabs d20*
DM: "Not so fast."
Me: "Eh?"
DM: "Four... subdual."


A little part of me died inside.
Comments 
25th-May-2005 03:10 am (UTC)
What was Alustrial doing in a back-alley?

And what level are you that you hope to take her out?
25th-May-2005 04:24 am (UTC)
What was Alustrial doing in a back-alley?


"Whatever she wanted."

Sorry, I just couldn't resist.
25th-May-2005 04:25 am (UTC)
... Touche.
25th-May-2005 02:37 pm (UTC)
She wasn't in an alley -- I reformed near to her room and lurked there. ;)

I was only level 16 and wasn't hoping to take her out. It's a long story, but let's just say my character isn't all there and was looking to apologize for a past incident... you know, by breaking into her room at night and sneaking up behind her to have a private one-on-one conversation.
25th-May-2005 02:54 pm (UTC)
... because epic-level wizards love little surprises like that...

hee hee...

25th-May-2005 07:24 pm (UTC)
Haha!

That'd provide some interesting adventure hooks.
25th-May-2005 04:40 am (UTC)
I applaud your DM for that. Its the kind of thing I would have done. ;p
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25th-May-2005 08:59 am (UTC)
Subdual damage doesn't knock down your hp, but if you accrue enough of it to equal or exceed your hp, then you fall unconscious. I think it heals at a rate of 1/level/hour. Weapons that normally deal subdual are unarmed strikes and saps, but any weapon can deal it with a -4 to hit.
25th-May-2005 02:38 pm (UTC)
And to clarify why it worked so well in this instance, for those who didn't see it, since my HP didn't actually drop to 0 or below, instead of discorporating I simply fell unconcious and was ripe for the capturing.
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