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From:     patrick collins <pcollins@?.???.edu>
Date:     Wed, 1 Mar 1995 09:28:52 -0600 (CST)
Subject:  Re: Ship-to-Ship Tactics

On Wed, 1 Mar 1995, Ken Lipka wrote:
>
> 	In what case do you mean?  Do you want to know what you do as a boat
> of PCs?
A PC party (groundlings til now), NPC crew (pretty green) is what we have
now.
>In that case, the answer is;  Board 'em.

Sounds like the kinda thing my character would like. <toothy grin>
> One example that I used AGAINST my players was a hammership hailed them
> for news.  Using the spyglass, they
> could see that all of weapons on it were unloaded and unmanned.  So the party
> approached for news.  And then at point blank range, the enemy vessel fired
> the heavy catapult that had been cloaked by a phantasmal force spell as well
> as a mage using a ring of shooting stars on them.  Then all the marines who
> had been crouching behind the gunwales stood up and swarmed over to the other
> vessel.

Ha! This sounds like the same thing my DM did to our party at our last game.
I couldn't be there, but the hail, illusion on the weapon trick sounds like
what he did.  A hammer ship too.

>
Pat
pcollins@??.?.???.edu



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Re: Ship-to-Ship Tactics    Ken Lipka    01 Mar 1995 13:27:19
Re: Ship-to-Ship Tactics    patrick collins    01 Mar 1995 15:28:52

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