Ok, that’s what I did. It does clean up pretty well.
I think the quickest and most effective way to apply any such treatment would be orally, with perhaps the idea of drinking the bone marrow being repellant providing a hook for roleplay.
Alrighty then! I thought of having them find some kind of regenerative drink instead but… whatever. We’ll leave it up to the GM to work around it if they find it too unsavory.
Ah, yes! Reminds of this gem:
I liked that!
My elder sister, P-40, is a librarian and general book/writing enthusiast, and my eldest sister, P-38, is a professional editor. You can see their influence on my own work. xD
I am not surprised =)
Hmm… can you confirm the line this one is on? I suspect it is this line but I think “receive” is correct
Since two of the crates are empty, they receive 80% of the agreed-upon amount.
- Do the webs have to be “giant”? You could just have it be as simple as the PC putting his hand in the wrong place and leave it at that. There isn’t a wrong decision here, I’m just prompting thought.
Let’s keep them giant to keep the PCs guessing. It also gives a line to the GM to conjure up giant spiders if he wanted to be that way ;).
The mention of “damaged or destroyed” is very clever and I approve. It solves for why something secured within a backpack or on the PC’s person might be affected without being lost. I just hope that GMs don’t take advantage of the “destroyed” stipulation, but there isn’t really any good way you can account for that unless you say “a piece of equipment is damaged or a minor item is destroyed.” (come to think of it… that’s a good way to account for that)
That is basically what was intended, so sure.
Alright! That is one full revision complete!