Trampling a prone opponent on horseback

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Trampling a prone opponent on horseback

Post by Kent » Thu Apr 10, 2014 12:52 am

Currently the game does not allow us to trample an opponent who is already down. Perhaps a second look at this would lead us to think that prone opponents are the most trampleable of them all?
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Re: Trampling a prone opponent on horseback

Post by Jaster » Thu Apr 10, 2014 5:20 pm

I imagine this is a balancing issue. How fair would it be for you to trample another PC, and then be able to keep trampling them while they're down? It would make a continuous roundtime loop. Besides.. trampling can be highly damaging and deadly even as it is now.

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Re: Trampling a prone opponent on horseback

Post by Kent » Mon Apr 14, 2014 10:39 pm

Jaster wrote:I imagine this is a balancing issue. How fair would it be for you to trample another PC, and then be able to keep trampling them while they're down? It would make a continuous roundtime loop. Besides.. trampling can be highly damaging and deadly even as it is now.
Well you can trample someone if they get back up, unless you fail.

So we could have it the same chance of failing, ie they could roll out of the way. There would just be no initial part where the horse bashes them down.
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