I see. The attacking tomato is Martin’s new character.
It has always bothered me how you can find replacement party members further ahead in the dungeon you had to bust and force in to get that far, and is a tomato even in the PHB as an allowable player race?
I think it is as long as it’s a 1/2 dragon 1/2 tomato.
Well, the replacement party members won’t have to fight their way in like the party did as they will have left nothing but ruins and death behind them.
Just as long as they remember to call him by his new name, and not Ambrose Magellan Martin.
“Ketchup! My old mate! Is that you?”
Yes, the tomato is a the PC. Unfortunately he is now dead.
We shall all mourn our friend tomato. Alas!
Here I was looking forward to how Martin could powergame a tomato. Guess he shouldn’ t have taken the “Juicy” flaw.
It’s a half-troll half-dragon dungeon-bred spicy tomato, with regeneration and a chili breath attack… a tenth the size of regular killer tomatoes, but twice the punch!
And acid blood juice…
I daresay the favorite class of PC tomatoes is monk. They have a natural talent for unarmed combat, you know. 😉
Although rules for swashbuckling pirate tomatoes and ninja stealth tomatoes are supposed to be released next year.
Christina, you are killing me. 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆
Nice mouse-over text. 😆
It was not a well received speech. 😉
Also i have a 60/40% division whether it is Enkidu or Freya which trew the tomato.
In my head it was someone else in the party, but I’m not sayin’ and it doesn’t really matter… so it gets to be whoever you want it to be the most!
I have a feeling that Martins new character in the form of Fleece of the never ending pool of replacement sisters would be high up on manys wish list….
Incidentally..can druids turn into tomatoplants?
Are tomatoes “natural creatures”?
Depends on where you live…
Apparently Martin has been watching some films?
Well, they are plants, and in 3.5 (with the correct feats or prestige class) a druid can learn to wildshape into plant creatures. 😕
Isn’t Freya still dead, or do we take it for granted that in 4e someone who’s lungs have been removed and fed to a manticore can be healed just as easily as someone with a stubbed toe?
I’ve been out of the game too long…
I think this is the question we are all not so secretly asking.
Freya is the DM’s Girlfriend…a few minutes…or possibly seconds in the bathroom with the DM… and Freya could not only be alive…but have her stats boosted.
“It’s just a flesh wound!”
Did 4E introduce body hit zones for special crippling damage? Otherwise…. pff, walk it off.
Nope, no crippling.
Freya is dead, yes. But since this is 4.0 now and she didn’t have her soul sucked out by an evil and powerful force of creation in the shape of a sword whose blade is made of the night sky, that’s really just an inconvenience. Anyone able to cast rituals (like Morty can) who is trained in the Heal skill (like Morty is) and has the Raise Dead ritual in their book (like Morty does) can bring her right back to life. Well… for varying degrees of “right back”. Let’s all agree that “right back” means “eight hours later”.
Raise Dead is only an 8th level ritual now, IIRC, but I could be wrong, it’s been a long time and I never actually got to 8th level…ever, really(gaming groups just don’t seem to last long enough even when I can find one, and I’ve only ever played with two).
It _is_ an 8th level ritual – which needs a good amount of gold and several hours.
Of course it costs quite a bit, death isn’t that cheap, even in D&D.
I disagree – death in D&D is cheap. Resurrection isn’t.
Quite in contrast to the real world – resurrection is only granted by gods, but then for free… 😉
So did Bunker go up a level because he is looking more epic in the third panel.
They are all 14th level now. They’ve gone up a bit over the years.
We gave up on 4th ed and went back to 3.5 and then over to Pathfinder before we got that far, but I know that’s 14th on a scale from 1-30, not 1-20. Which begs the question, is 14th the new 9th?
Wow – 14th level tomato!