Octopus

Octopus - Board, Card, RPG Reviews - Posted: 29th Apr, 2010 - 12:52am

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Post Date: 11th Apr, 2010 - 9:38pm / Post ID: #

Octopus

Octopus

What is your strategy for confronting the creature Octopus in Dungeons & Dragons?

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28th Apr, 2010 - 11:59pm / Post ID: #

Octopus

This is the regular size octopus. They don't do much damage but they're likely to hit you and hard to hit.



29th Apr, 2010 - 12:52am / Post ID: #

Octopus Reviews RPG & Card Board

Their tentacle things do no damage, I guess its just to grab so it can bite. They travel solitary so that rules out death by a swarm of them. They tend to flee unless really hungry or if you are its food. I can't see a real needed tactic here other than a decent attack role. One or two hits and you are octopus free. I am wondering though if it has grabbed you and you are grappled, all you would need to do is make a grapple check.

Probably why they only attack natural food, anything else can punk them.





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