This is reminiscent of our party breaking down a door in order to surprise the nefarious creatures inside. Let's just say it wasn't a surprise the third time we tried to knock it down.
Sad part is I was Cleric (as usual) and I was running between the two floors trying to heal people that were injured. I finally had to just let people go unconscious and try to resuscitate later because I couldn't get to everyone. Fun times!
And we have one of those sneaky ninja/Paladins in that party as well...
Posted on 2010-07-13 at 16:14:18.
t_catt11 Fun is Mandatory RDI Staff Karma: 346/54 6080 Posts
@ QS... I think almost every D&D party has a "we tried to surprise them, but it took x times to bash down the door" story.
Also: boo to the Reddit trolls... this comic was doing great, but now has five down votes to go with six up.
Posted on 2010-07-13 at 16:17:47.
Edited on 2010-07-13 at 16:18:45 by t_catt11
It's either that or a "What do you mean I can't hide in an open field by ducking under the grass while the enemy watches me?"
I once had a similar experience when we decide to sneak past a sleeping dragon, and as the meatshield I was obliged to follow. Actually, due to fear or movement speed and Armour Check penalties, I maintained strictly light armour, but still managed to fumble and ram my weapon down the dragon's throat anyway
This is something we have all tried at one point. And let me assure you, casting greater invisiblity on your character makes them invisible but not undetectable... found that out the hard way. Zone of silence helps though, but you burn through alot of spells just trying to walk through the galley of a ship of ninja pirates