Actions were as follows, from PMs received and sent.
Okay, I have an action from shai at the top of round 6 where he moves into shadow and hides:
At the bottom of round 6 Amra does the following:
Amra is going to move around the large bit of rock slightly to the south and then up behind Zyss to H24. She will Hide when she gets there and attempt to Move Silently while running (I know there's a big penalty, feel free to apply it to the roll). Hide, Move Silently, Spot (1d20+7=14, 1d20+7=10, 1d20+7=21)
The spot is for trying to see Zyss and Hakbib. I am attaching a pictorial representation of my movement route.
For the top of round 7, Zyss has the following action, which is only part of his action:
Duniagdra wrote:I was just about to validate for shai, when I realized something that I should make you aware of. Your movement would incur a -20 to hide and move silently. because of your move action. Check the SRD for reference.
NeoDaitou wrote:I am aware of this penalty. Thank you for checking with me.
Duniagdra wrote:I've received my confirmation from Neo and his intention for Amra.
Zyss and Hakbib see and hear Amra moving from the south to end up just northwest of their position, about 20' off (H24).
Your action for round 7 is needed.
shai-hulud wrote:H24 appears to me to be Northeast of my position... is that what you meant?
Zyss will guide Hakbib using his legs. Riding Dog: “Attack the guy, Hakbib. Go bite his face off. Bark just before you attack.”
Zyss awaits Hakbib's bark. When he hears it, he fires, assuming Hakbib has him facing in the correct direction for a direct shot at his target. (One square directly in front of him). This should guarantee that he has the correct square, and the 50% miss chance rules apply. Amra and he should both have the blinded condition applied (meaning that Amra loses his Dex bonus to AC, as well as an additional -2 penalty to AC).
Attack roll and Percentile for miss chance (Zyss with X-bow) (1d20+1=12, 1d100=86)
Damage with X-Bow (Should it hit) (1d6=2)
Since it is a single move action to get next to Amra, should not be any penalty (minimum move is a double move before a penalty is assessed.)
Hakbib also attacks:
Attack; damage; and percentile for miss chance rolls for Hakbib (1d20+3=18, 1d6+3=8, 1d100=94)
I added the miss chance just in case it is needed, although if Hakbib can see Amra, then it shouldn't be an issue...
I think Hakbib's attack alone will end this, but just in case, Zyss will reload his crossbow with his move action.
Because of movement restrictions in darkness, Amra actually stops J24 instead. Because of above, Hakbib bites deeply into Amra's throat, tearing a chunk from her. Amra gasps, grabbing at her now open throat as blood gurgles forth.
Ladies and Gentlemen! Win have a definitive winner! Hakbib, The Dog of Terror, has won the match. Who would have expected such an outrageous outcome? Someone may be getting a great be leg of beef in his bowl tonight I'd wager.
Zyss comes out of the darkness on Hakbib's back, patting him on the neck for a job well done.
Zyss - WIN 2 VP 200 gp
Amra - LOSS 1 VP 50 gp
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