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2/10/2015 3:34 pm  #1

Creature damage

When it states a creature attacks with two or more of something, am I correct in thinking I would roll for each attack and do the same for damage dealt?  Take the Chark for example. It reads, "Attack with 2 claws +1, damage 2d6".  So I would roll to hit for each claw and roll the damage for each one that hit, right?


2/11/2015 12:07 pm  #2

Re: Creature damage

That's how I've always undestood it. A better example is probably the Andrak...

Attack with bite +4; d6 damage
Attack with 2 claws +2 per attack; d6 damage
(Attack with all 3 attacks +1)

This helps demonstrate that by increasing the number of attackes used in a round, the chances of hitting are reduced for each attack (kind of a multi-action penalty). So that seems to support my answer to your question.

Needless to say, my answer is in no way official - only the likes of Simon can give official answers.

Last edited by The GIT! (2/11/2015 7:22 pm)

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2/11/2015 1:56 pm  #3

Re: Creature damage

That makes sense to me.  Thanks..  

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