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rules:oh-injury [2019-05-08 14:03]
sandra [You can hurt the monster]
rules:oh-injury [2019-05-12 09:52] (current)
sandra [You can hurt the monster]
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 If the monster goes to 0 or lower HP throuh your maneuvering (see below), you can kill it. The DM is supposed to say "You can kill her" or "You can kill the skeleton" or whatever and that's your chance to do it. It doesn't cost any extra actions, reactions, bonus actions etc. You've already paid the actions through your maneuvering and that has granted you this golden opportunity. If the monster goes to 0 or lower HP throuh your maneuvering (see below), you can kill it. The DM is supposed to say "You can kill her" or "You can kill the skeleton" or whatever and that's your chance to do it. It doesn't cost any extra actions, reactions, bonus actions etc. You've already paid the actions through your maneuvering and that has granted you this golden opportunity.
  
-Say how you kill the monster, in a way that's consistent with your maneuvering, and it is dead. For example, burn it if you've been maneuvering against it with fire magic, or pierce it if you've been maneuvering against it with archery.+Say how you kill the monster, and it is dead. A pro tip is to use a similar ability that you've been using when maneuvering; for example, burn it if you've been maneuvering against it with fire magic, or pierce it if you've been maneuvering against it with archery. But this "killing blow" is a separate blow. It doesn't cost any actions but it is still a good old chop!
  
 **You may also choose to subdue or capture the monster instead of killing it.** **You may also choose to subdue or capture the monster instead of killing it.**
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   * A **one time** advantage on defending against them   * A **one time** advantage on defending against them
   * A **one turn** halving of their speed   * A **one turn** halving of their speed
-  * **morale roll**, if they aren't undead, constructs or otherwise unfazeable creatures+  * Impose disadvantage on **one** of their morale checks
  
 Within that limitation, there are lots of things you can do. Harm their legs, their sword arm, their shield arm, their vision, their ribs etc. Within that limitation, there are lots of things you can do. Harm their legs, their sword arm, their shield arm, their vision, their ribs etc.
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 Harming the monsters this way is optional. Harming the monsters this way is optional.
  
 +Same as with the killing blow; you can use a similar ability as you've been using for maneuvering but it's a separate blow; a harming blow. See examples below‚ô•
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 +In addition to the wound, the monster has to make a morale check unless it's undead or construct.
 ===== Maneuvering ===== ===== Maneuvering =====