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Kalajel

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DEF of 0?
« on: 15. June 2017, 23:23:04 »

In my RPG club, a player who found a magical broadsword and invested in a few ranks of Injure has managed to lower the DEF of some weaker enemies to 0.

This leads me to ask, what happens when you lower your opponent's DEF to 0 or below? Are they still allowed a DEF roll?

Kame the Bard

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Re: DEF of 0?
« Reply #1 on: 15. June 2017, 23:56:57 »

I'd say that they'd still get a roll. You can still fumble a defense roll and end up on the ground. (pg 41)
I'm not sure what a coup on a defense of 0 would be....
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sico72

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Re: DEF of 0?
« Reply #2 on: 16. June 2017, 06:09:00 »

In my RPG club, a player who found a magical broadsword and invested in a few ranks of Injure has managed to lower the DEF of some weaker enemies to 0.

This leads me to ask, what happens when you lower your opponent's DEF to 0 or below? Are they still allowed a DEF roll?

I have posted your request in the german forum today and waiting for answer. ;D
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Kalajel

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Re: DEF of 0?
« Reply #3 on: 16. June 2017, 14:28:34 »

Thanks.

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Re: DEF of 0?
« Reply #4 on: 18. June 2017, 09:29:01 »

Most of the players think there are no mor rolls are allowed when the Def is 0.

If Speed is 0 you are not allwed to move. The only reason to roll is rolling a fumble.
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