Great efreeti underwear – and neat efreeti name.
Not everyone can pull off wearing polka-dotted briefs and still look menacing.
It’s obviously his swim suit…Efritti don’t often go to the beach…
The name Xonxin is not my creation, so I really can’t take credit for it here. The underwear however, those are all mine.
I was referring to the nickname in the last panel.
Oh. Explained more below. Nevermind.
But you wear underwear like that?
Not when wearing a kilt…
Martin’s new character: FOUND!
Maybe you should just assume that every bad guy between now and the end is Martin.
That’s so limiting. If I’m gonna do that, I might as well just assume EVERYONE is Martin’s new character. Including old, established characters. Like Bunker.
Go Cleric…. powers? GO!
So would this be a wisdom roll for Morty? Or did he already pass that and is now a Dexterity roll? Splashing water I can’t imagine would be worth a roll, but aiming the water might.
I’d definitely ask for a to hit roll if it were me.
Well would it count as an area attack though? I guess a to hit would still count, but would be an easy roll.
Probably not. I think I’d be hard pressed to make what I’d consider an effective water splash “attack” over greater than a five-foot square area.
Also, I love using non-magical means to stop magical things. Water is so versatile.
A literal dogpile is whenever a pack of dogs descend on a single animal and begin tearing it into more easily swallowed bits. It became a wrestling term meaning a bunch of wrestlers all picking on one guy in the eighties, and translated itself into the greater gaming lexicon sometime thereafter. It generally signals the swift demise of the dogpilee.
I can verify the term was used in that sense in schoolyard free-for-alls in the sixties, and listening to my dad and uncles, I am pretty sure it was in the forties. I think it’s nearly as old as the domestication of dogs.
The term is used in an old Bugs Bunny cartoon (“Dogpile on the rabbit! Dogpile on the rabbit!”), so at least back to the 40’s.
Ah, yes. The spellcaster’s nemesis: grapple attacks. The reason most casters keep some form of teleportation spell handy, since those usually need only a verbal component.
Too bad the potentially teleporting spellcaster was a fake!
The big question is…why would the Efriti be expecting Morty to be helping him? (Dun Dunn DUUUUUUUNNNN!)
Eh? The text version of the sound effect requires moderation?
Today (nearly) everything requires moderation. Perhaps our comments should be more… moderate?
Everything can be done in moderation.
But does that mean that you can have an excess of moderation?
Yes, you should always moderate your moderation…but moderately of course.
I think this is a server issue I’ve been having. I did some work. Let me know if it doesn’t improve.
Test. Nothing to see here.
I saw that.