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Yeah, there are also some tweaks to various charms (although I haven't really had a chance to dive in).

We can retool everyone after we close these scenes.

Had some good days and hope to back in the groove soon.
 

Psychie

Princess Psychie
It lives! I had thought that this was a lost cause. I think I can get back on with this, and I can give Sherwood a nudge. He should come back too.
 
Recap finished, IC post up for combat. Sayan post up next.

@Sherwood 11 successes -3 defense +12 damage -8 soak = 12 damage. Roll 'em.

@Red Shadow Claws 6 successes -4 defense +13 damage -14 soak = 1 damage.

@Psychie 12 successes -4 defense +19 damage -14 soak = 13 damage.

@Rykon Feel free to post your action, or to wait to see how the initiative order shakes out after damage has been rolled.
 

Rykon

One Thousand Club
I'm working on my action right now. It's taking a moment to remember how this character works.

I do have a question though after reviewing my character sheet. Now that the book has gone through the layout stage, I see that they added 5 free excellencies in addition to the 15 starting charms. Assuming we incorporate that into the game, should we reconcile the additional charms before we post any actions? Alternatively, should we ignore that update to the Dragon-Blooded book?
 
Post up. Please respond with your final Defense and Soak after charms, and I'll do the same from here on in.

It gives a slight tip to the defense, declaring after seeing the Attack roll, but that's the breaks with PBP sometimes. The alternative of declare, declare, roll, seems like it would take too long.

For future attacks (and the current one for Zakas), would you like to describe the outcome with your damage roll, or leave that to me?
 

Psychie

Princess Psychie
For the attack on Alys, if I can parry the fire blast with my Grand Daiklave, I have a 6 Parry. If not, I'll have to try and stunt my Evasion up.
 
For the attack on Alys, if I can parry the fire blast with my Grand Daiklave, I have a 6 Parry. If not, I'll have to try and stunt my Evasion up.
While I'd love to rule in favor of hitting you, you can parry it, especially with a stunt, although I don't believe even that's required this edition, unless you were using brawl.
 

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