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I cannot believe I got a frickin 2 on a dice roll. Especially when the save was 14! LOL. Them's the kicks though.
At least it wasn't a one.
Heh. I try to have fun with her getting hit. She really doesn't react to things like normal people should. ^_^
Last edited by kirinke; 11-15-2017 at 09:03 PM.
I believe that usually, Subtle doesn't keep the opponent from defending against an attack, it just (1) makes it difficult to see who threw it, or from where, and (2) sometimes qualifies as a surprise attack. Considering that your attack is close range, I could see it being "invisible", but it still might not qualify as a surprise attack. (Just going off what I've seen elsewhere. I am curious to see Neo's commentary on this.)
here, but that's not listed on your character profile here (edit: or rather, it's not a damaging attack.) I presume you had meant Fist of Buddha instead?
If so, then unfortunately, the Secondary Effect doesn't kick in; Koschei still only saves against one attack, according to the RAW.
RAW: Secondary Effects don’t stack, so if you attack a target with your Secondary Effect on the round after a successful hit, it doesn’t affect the target twice; it simply delays the second effect for another round. You can attack the target with a different effect, however. So, for example, if you hit a target with a Secondary Damage Effect then, on the following round, hit with an Affliction, the target suffers both the Affliction and the Secondary Damage.
Pacification was the first attack, sorry, fist of Buddha is another attack so he had to save vs both
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