> Desperation bid by Beowulf, using Wiglaf's Warrior
> keyword as the active
> ability, because B. can't use his Sword and Shield
> ability (Naegling had
> just broken on the Dragons noggin). (Hmm, B. must
> have put a ton of points
> into either Naegling or Sword & Shield, if the loss
> of the sword did so much
> to his abilities that a follower was better...)
He may be a very good follower? But then, what abilities would B have left to choose from, without a useable weapon?
> Beowulf isn't dead at this point,
If he was, the Follower would be even deader according to the Roolz. (Yes, I know, we added a "maybe, sometimes" getout).
> I'd probably say that the Dragon's Venom worked as a
> seperate foe, because
> it kills B. after the Dragon is dead.
And W is not involved in that contest, so escapes damage.
> Also, B's "Ring-giver to followers" ability wasn't a
> terrible success - only
> Wiglaf answered the call, the rest of the followers
> failed their Follower Reluctance roll...)
Well, the resistance was probably quite high.
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