Zergrinch Posted May 5, 2015 Author Report Share Posted May 5, 2015 Round 3 Goblin D: Scimitar vs Erwin (Disadvantage) [1d20+4] = 18+4 = 22 [1d20+4] = 16+4 = 20. Crit: [1d6] = 2 HIT. 5 damage to Erwin. Goblin A: Shortbow vs Erwin (Advantage) [1d20+4] = 17+4 = 21 [1d20+4] = 17+4 = 21. Crit: [1d6] = 3 HIT. 5 damage to Erwin. Goblin B: Shortbow vs Arjan (Advantage) [1d20+4] = 20+4 = 24 [1d20+4] = 5+4 = 9. Crit: [1d6] = 6 CRITICAL HIT. 11 damage to Arjan. Arjan is dying. Goblin E: Shortbow vs Erwin (Disadvantage) [1d20+4] = 12+4 = 16 [1d20+4] = 13+4 = 17. Crit: [1d6] = 4 MISS The frozen goblin throws Erwin a glare of hatred; it drops its shortbow and slashes at the fighter with its scimitar. Amazingly, the goblin was able to hit! Two arrows shot out from concealed locations, both finding their marks. Erwin finds another arrow sticking into his torso, while Arjan doubles over in pain, and falls into a dead faint. The severely-injured goblin shot at the fighter from its prone position, but the arrow bounced harmlessly off the fighter's shield. Although the goblins have downed one of the most dangerous caravan guards, they can also count - there are four of them, and four of the enemy, and a fair fight would not favor them. Every single goblin disengages from combat and attempt to flee. From Erwin's vantage point, the frozen goblin is 30 feet in front of him. The sniper goblins are 20 feet in front, but to his left. The severely-injured goblin is 45 feet to this northeast. What will the party do? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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