Good write-up, again, Alex. I like the name Corleon for an elf. Reminds me of the Godfather movies, so now I’ve got the image of an elven mafioso in my head.
Bulettes are tough and easily under-estimated critters that can do a surprising amount of damage in a very short space of time, especially with the Leap attack. Anything that can do 4 attacks per round isn’t to be sniffed at. Good monsters, Bulettes. Fun to GM too, I find.
I don’t think you qualify as a Killer DM just yet. PCs are still standing
– GreyWulf 2008-02-03 23:15 UTC
Yeah, two of the three aforementioned deaths occurred because of luck of the dice. Only Kubo San was really set up to die by the DM.
But it goes to show the difference that luck can make to a game. Alex isn’t critting us much, but he rolls consistently over 10, and twice last session rolled max damage on 2d8. I on the other hand aren’t rolling many ones either, but I’m consistently rolling under 10. <
I wrote a song about an evil DM once. Wasn’t half bad either. Perhaps I should bring my guitar along sometime and tell you just how I feel.
– Marco 2008-02-04 07:22 UTC
Yes, please, Marco: sing us a song!
– zeno 2008-02-04 08:16 UTC
Marcel reminds me…
– AlexSchroeder 2008-02-04 11:39 UTC
Kubo San rocks.
– Marco 2008-02-04 12:16 UTC
…and I hope, this makes you dance even better tonight.
– zeno 2008-02-04 14:04 UTC
A bulette? It seams to me that this monster is crossing our way more often lately. I’m whishing though Krel could have slashed his greatsword into the beast. Two hits might have been enough
– Mircea 2008-02-12 14:32 UTC