PMiller wrote:"Have you boys figured out how we are planning to ambush the other three? I had a thought about turning the gravity off and then back on again. When you know it is coming, that is not a big deal if prepared. But if you don't then it can be dangerous and even deadly."
PMiller wrote:A trip attack? That sounds like it is going to be harder to catch them, unless it something like a +10 Trip attack.
Gavity suddenly going off while you are not hanging on to anything pretty much guarantees you to be tumbling free-fall. I would say it would be something like a DC15 Reflex Save to catch onto something to prevent that. Same thing when the gravity returns to prevent 1d6 falling damage
Rian Mallory wrote:You also understand the second component of writing good conflict: the best conflict comes when the characters care too much, not when they don't care at all. Who wants to read about two people being needlessly snippy, or some bully picking on a random person? It's just mean-spirited and tiresome. Conflict between friends and family, people who were once very close but have found that something has come between them, however big or small - now that is good drama.
PMiller wrote:Anyone walking will immediately be airborne. They are pushing off the floor to counter the gravity to take a step. So they are effectively exerting 1G towards the ceiling. Yes, sitting in a chair or hanging onto cargo nets to stay put, probably would not be affected. But standing or walking will be resulting in out of control floating. Even standing is probably going to send them airborne, because the first thing people do when the ground gets shaky is probably to take a step to attempt to steady themselves.
Check out Reverse Gravity spell: http://www.d20pfsrd.com/magic/all-spell ... se-gravity
Rian Mallory wrote:Wow, amazing post, PMiller. I love the depth of emotions. Poor Caitlin.
Calvin wrote:However, making it a Reflex save to prevent ending up prone when gravity returns may make sense.
PMiller wrote:It is not so much about height as it is not being in a position to catch or brace oneself. Even 2 feet could be fatal if landing wrong.
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