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awarded  Curious
Oct
23
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
15
comment Can the New World of Darkness be played with kids (11+)?
Agreed, not to mention that I'm introducing my daughter to horror movies (she is 11), so far I tried Poltergeist, a few jump scares, but nothing else. Yesterday we watched The Omen, there was some tension and some jump scares on the death scenes, but no lingering effect... When I was young I remember that I got a lot more scared that she does today, and it was a nice felling (The Fly gave me the creeps).
Jul
15
comment Mixing Essentials and Core D&D, is it ok?
I'm gonna buy the Player's Handbook and give it another try...
Jul
15
accepted Mixing Essentials and Core D&D, is it ok?
Jul
14
comment Mixing Essentials and Core D&D, is it ok?
The main problem it the language barrier... although, keeping track of the caracteristics of every power was a bit hard also, but the language also contributed to that.
Jul
14
asked Mixing Essentials and Core D&D, is it ok?
May
5
awarded  Yearling
Jan
30
accepted Can the New World of Darkness be played with kids (11+)?
Jan
30
asked Can the New World of Darkness be played with kids (11+)?
Jan
11
accepted What is the the damage die of a punch or kick?
Jan
10
comment What is the the damage die of a punch or kick?
@WesleyObenshain, thats what I though (I don't have the Rules Compendium). I just found it odd that they didn't include something as basic as that.
Jan
9
comment What is the the damage die of a punch or kick?
Here it is only mentioning the PHB, and although I guess it should be the same, Essentials did made some changes to the core D&D4e.
Jan
9
asked What is the the damage die of a punch or kick?
Oct
26
comment Is that superior or partial cover?
Actually, it can't. Remember that to have line of effect a line can't touch an edge. So in the first diagram if I didn't have placed an arrow slit and used only a wall, there would be NO line of effect (therefore no possible attack) from A to E.
Oct
25
comment Is that superior or partial cover?
Yes, the point is that a Medium creature is supposed to "fit" completely inside a square. Therefore, all of its body should have cover.
Oct
25
comment Is that superior or partial cover?
Yes, actually I've seem your question before I made mine. My doubt here is in the case of an arrow slit that is not on a continous wall (like the Diagram 1). Do the elbows and feet peeking out the side like GMNoob says justify partial cover instead of superior cover??
Oct
25
comment Is that superior or partial cover?
That was what I assumed, I just find it odd that this happens... then again, I consider DnD4e world to be based on non-euclidian geometry, and I'm pretty sure R'lyeh is somewhere in this world.
Oct
25
comment Is that superior or partial cover?
The X's are blocked terrain the .'s are open terrain. I'm assuming the X's have some sort of small tunnel that gives line of effect from the Attacker to the Enemy. And in the last diagram |'s are wall that are blocked, and ]'s are arrow slits that block but still gives line of effect.
Oct
25
comment Is that superior or partial cover?
I do understand how arrow slits are supposed to work (and they are mentioned on RC on constructed terrain). My doubt is exactly that, are they picking around the corner? I remade the diagrams using wall and arrowslits.