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5th-May-2004 12:58 pm
Ker-door comes from a D&D game some time back when my players were in a mansion filled with zombies. They managed to get through relatively unscathed by taking a door off its hinges and throwing it on a zombie whenever they saw it, and then three of them (at least one wearing heavy armor) would jump on top of the door and crush the zombie. This became known as the ker-door maneuver.
5th-May-2004 01:49 pm (UTC)
haha that's genius! Mind if I use that in OHA?
5th-May-2004 02:24 pm (UTC)
Go ahead
5th-May-2004 05:57 pm (UTC)
Nice! the best my PCs have come up with is using a chicken as weapon, which, needless to say, worked...NOT AT ALL

I lie, because my characters love strategy and like cutting down trees to make barricades and other strategic things like that.

I just want them to try the little lumberjack maneuver when we go to the High Forest in Forgotten Realms. They don't take kindly to that there
19th-May-2004 11:12 pm (UTC)
heh, that's awesome! especially in a temple or something with big heavy stone doors--just imagine the squishings!
oh, and you know, a chicken can be a good seige weapon. dip it in oil, light it, and toss it over the wall. those little buggers run like crazy when they're hurt, and in the process, set everything inside aflame.
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