Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Submerged Combat

Combat while submerged underwater is, and should be, a very difficult thing for land-dwelling creatures ~ we need only consider how difficult it would be for a water-dwelling creature without legs or arms to participate in combat on the land. We should not expect it to be easy for players who choose to venture underwater ~ though we can certainly make the treasure worth their while (this being another subject).

There are many considerations that submerged combat begs us to consider; the content below occurs in no particular order, but it is all relevant, and should be understood completely before attempting to run an underwater scenario.

This is a placeholder for further content on this subject, though the bare bones of the rules I intend to create may be found discussed and part written out on this post, from the Tao of D&D.

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