And now we get back to Weylands question.
And how Miss Huang could help answering them.
And now we start seeing them form into a traditional dungeons group; fighters, cleric/healer/mage… who’s the thief?
I wish that I could edit my remarks. I got a / where a , should be.
Maga’s the Thief, of course she’s multi-classed into Fighter and, I think, Mage. So that gives her access to the Bard Prestige Class.
If she breaks out into song we know we’re dealing with 2nd ed D&D here…
Isn’t Maga the thief?
As noted, Maga is very definitely the thief; she was surprised by the trio of fighters in the middle of stealing jewels, remember? Agent Huang now covers two slots as a wizard/cleric multiclass (with shades of Guardians of the Flame), so we’ve got the basics covered: Hitting, Hiding and Healing.
I’m sad to see the link go.
I doubt it is. Too much story potential, and it keeps Maga from killing Humphrey after he does something silly.
Humpf recovered, Maga didn’t. She required separate healing. Their heath bars are no longer 1:1.
I agree though, that link had so much potential.
They were never precisely 1:1, to be honest. While their life forces are linked, and healing magic *does* carry over, it doesn’t carry over completely — it gets “filtered”, so to speak, with the primary recipient receiving the most benefits.
“I can heal you now!”
“Really, guys, this is amazing, I am a cleric!”
“Guys? Oh, never mind.”
Hm. Maga wants to save Oz.
So… was Aaron listening in on us talking about how we hate her for not having any redeeming qualities?
That aside, the more important thing: I hope Oz’s soul/spirit/etc. survives. But considering what he managed as a king in the ancient magical past, my money’s on him making it.
I think it might be that, annoying as he is, Maga still doesn’t want to feed Oz to the Dragon.
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