Do I get two of the same item or do I get a +1 to the bonus that item gives or do I get to roll again? Delidgamond fucked around with this message on 03-08-2007 at 06:14 PM.
Delidgamond fucked around with this message on 03-08-2007 at 06:14 PM.
Out of a possible 10, Delidgamond scored a straight 1 with:
a. Better Than You - After defeating a monster, roll 1d6. On a 6, the Elf gains +1 treasure as they are better than you.
Do I get two of the same item or do I get a +1 to the bonus that item gives or do I get to roll again?
No, if you'll notice all the monster say "If Defeated, it drops 1 treasure."
On a 6, it would drop 2 treasures. aka rolling twice on the table, like Vorago did.
For example, I could wield a one-handed sword, and 2 rings, 1 amulet, 1 shield, 1 armor.
At this point I'm at 1/3 weapons and 5/6 items. If I have a single-use item, like a potion of cure disease, I'm suddenly incapable of picking anything up without dropping something else, so if I find another single-use item, or replace my armor or weapon I can't even sell it(or the old one).
Also, those powers become more useful with more players in the game, and less useful with fewer players. What's balanced in one game might not be in the next.
And finally, a question about said powers: Does it matter what chart they're on (do they have to be on the same chart as you), or is ability to reach them all based off of the value of the roll only?