September 17, 2014

Secret of the Seven-Serpent Slash

Kampilan from Mindanao

This is a two-handed Kampilan technique developed by the monster-slaying hero Lantawan, who once had to face an evil seven-headed Naga that would die only if all its heads were severed at once.

The technique can only be practiced with a Kampilan, and as it uses both hands, precludes the use of a shield during the round in which it is performed.

If performed against any creature or character who does not also know the technique, you gain Advantage Dice; moreover, you may distribute any Victory Points gained to all targets in front of you, until you are out of VPs to distribute.

For example, if you rolled up 3 Victory Points, you can assign 1 VP each to three opponents in front of you, or 2 VP to one and 1 VP to another.

Tip for use: Make a maneuver to gain Advantage first, and if you win, use the Advantage on the round after to perform the Seven-Serpent Slash with more dice, thus increasing your chances of gaining more Victory Points.

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1 comment:

  1. Fate Version:

    This is a two-handed Kampilan technique developed by the monster-slaying hero Lantawan, who once had to face an evil seven-headed Naga that would die only if all its heads were severed at once.
    The technique can only be practiced with a Kampilan, and as it uses both hands, precludes the use of a shield during the round in which it is performed.
    Trigger: You place the aspect "Seven Headed Naga Severing Stance" on yourself. You must have have a Kampilan. All targets (max of seven targets) must be within your attack range and in front of you. A target that will recieve more then one attack from you must have the "Targeted" aspect on it.
    Effect: If you hit on your attack action make a bonus attack action for your subsequent target. If that hits, make another bonus attack action on your subsequent target until you have attacked all targets or you miss. You cannot attack the same target twice unless that target has the "Targeted" aspect placed on it.

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