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Re: Chuck E. Cheese
« Reply #20 on: September 04, 2010, 09:33:41 PM »
Quite a bit more DR than that, I'd think.

If you go that fast, rain drops become far stronger than bullets upon impact.

That's real-world physics. As far as I'm aware, D&D rain drops do nothing of the sort.
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Re: Chuck E. Cheese
« Reply #21 on: September 04, 2010, 09:42:16 PM »
Quite a bit more DR than that, I'd think.

If you go that fast, rain drops become far stronger than bullets upon impact.

That's real-world physics. As far as I'm aware, D&D rain drops do nothing of the sort.
D&D raindrops don't even follow D&D rules.  If they did, first level characters would never survive a rainstorm.
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Re: Chuck E. Cheese
« Reply #22 on: September 06, 2010, 03:14:40 AM »
Snakeman830: LOL!  What do you mean about rainstorms?
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Re: Chuck E. Cheese
« Reply #23 on: September 06, 2010, 03:23:47 AM »
Snakeman830: LOL!  What do you mean about rainstorms?

Raindrops fall a long distance, the falling damage would give 20d6 per raindrop.
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Re: Chuck E. Cheese
« Reply #24 on: September 06, 2010, 03:28:20 AM »
Snakeman830: LOL!  What do you mean about rainstorms?

Raindrops fall a long distance, the falling damage would give 20d6 per raindrop.

Wait, wait! Isn't that 20d6 of damage to the raindrop? [Does that trigger gravity's Cleave?]

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Re: Chuck E. Cheese
« Reply #25 on: September 06, 2010, 01:52:23 PM »
Great, now I want to run a game where all of D&D's silly rules come into play.  (can't see the mountian range a mile away, since you're taking a -528 penalty to your Spot check, can't see the Sun even with world-record skill bonuses, thunderstorms are deadly to those outside, etc.)
I am constantly amazed by how many DM's ban Tomb of Battle.  The book doesn't even exist!

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Re: Chuck E. Cheese
« Reply #26 on: September 06, 2010, 03:09:15 PM »
Great, now I want to run a game where all of D&D's silly rules come into play.  (can't see the mountian range a mile away, since you're taking a -528 penalty to your Spot check, can't see the Sun even with world-record skill bonuses, thunderstorms are deadly to those outside, etc.)

If only there were size categories larger than Colossal you could probably see that damn mountain, and maybe even the mysterious source of light our crazier scientists hypothesize must be somewhere in the sky.
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In retrospect, much like Keanu Reeves.

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Re: Chuck E. Cheese
« Reply #27 on: September 06, 2010, 03:18:47 PM »
Great, now I want to run a game where all of D&D's silly rules come into play.  (can't see the mountian range a mile away, since you're taking a -528 penalty to your Spot check, can't see the Sun even with world-record skill bonuses, thunderstorms are deadly to those outside, etc.)

If only there were size categories larger than Colossal you could probably see that damn mountain, and maybe even the mysterious source of light our crazier scientists hypothesize must be somewhere in the sky.

What's science? We have magic! This is why the poor fighter-types stand no chance, as they're not armed with superior weaponry. Who needs Scrying when you have social networking sites? Who needs the Locate City bomb when you've got real bombs?

I feel like it'd be the Alchemists [too bad Craft:alchemy sucks so much] or Cloistered Clerics who would stand the most chance of researching something good. Wizards spend too much time making more magic.

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Re: Chuck E. Cheese
« Reply #28 on: September 08, 2010, 07:39:45 PM »
Technically 3.0e has sizes above Colossal.
It's called Colossal+ , then Colossal++ , next Colossal+++ , etc
iirc - the Epic Dragons section of the Epic book has that; or the Dragonomicon (?).
Maybe it was completely nerfed by 3.5e ... maybe.

I used a snippet of it for my orginal blingy, that Caelic (mostly) shot down.