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Registered: 03-2004
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posticon Extra dead or just plain dead?


In our group we've been playing where a monster can take you down to negative wounds. What we were wondering is can they take you negative or do you always stop at zero?
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Registered: 04-2003
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Re: Extra dead or just plain dead?


It all depends on the rules you decide to use! In the official rules, once a warrior is at zero wounds, that is it, and if he isn't healed by the end of the turn, then I'm afraid it's a one-way ticket to Valhalla (unless the wizard has Resurrection). Actually, I always wondered what the Trollslayer might say about being resurrected. Has he done his deed, can he start a new life as a normal dwarf? Or do the tattoos not rub off that easily?
But anyway, some people have released varient rules allowing the monsters to hack away even more at the unconscious corpse, which as well as making it harder to heal back to 1 wound, cause extra injuries like a broken arm etc. I have been working on Injury Rules for ages now (by which I mean a half written copy sits on my hard drive!) but I might get them done this side of the century.
On another note, what do Monsters do once they have killed their target? I have an idea that Monsters who used one or more attacks to kill a warrior lose the rest this turn, and don't have a deathblow. I presume the other monsters who haven't attacked reselect a target? Any ideas folks?

But to go back to what I believe was your original query, I think that it is just 'plain dead'. The poor little blighters probably have enough to worry about anyway...
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