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    Titan in the Playground
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    Jun 2011

    Default Re: [3.5+ToB/PF +DSP/PoW] GitP Regulars as Maneuvers!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sith_Happens View Post
    Permission granted because why not. Let's see if I actually have a "character" on this forum or if I'm as much of a Boringly Normal Guy What Happens to Post a Lot as I think I am.

    ...Okay, I have rather gotten into the spirit of a certain thread in the Media subforum (), but let's see if someone can't put together a version disregarding that anomaly (in addition to the version taking it into account, of course, not instead of).
    Sith, eh? Well, that presents a fairly obvious solution.

    Collapsed Trachea
    Discipline: Sandbox Goliath (Strike); Level: 5
    Initiation Action: 1 Full Round Action
    Range: Close
    Target: One creature
    Duration: 3 rnds
    Save: Fort (see text)

    DESCRIPTION

    You focus your dark intent on your foe, the force of your will strangling the life from him.

    The target can attempt to resist this maneuver's effects with a Fortitude save DC 15+initiation modifier-if he succeeds, he is merely staggered for 1 round as he gasps for breath. If the target fails, he immediately begins to suffocate. On the target's next turn, he falls unconscious and is reduced to 0 hit points. One round later, the target drops to -1 hit points and is dying. One round after that, the target dies. Each round, the target can delay that round's effects from occurring by making a successful Fortitude save, but the spell continues for 3 rounds, and each time a target fails his Fortitude save, he moves one step further along the track to suffocation. This spell only affects living creatures that must breathe. It is impossible to defeat the effects of this maneuver by simply holding one's breath-if the victim fails the initial Saving Throw, the air in his lungs is extracted.

    Force choke, a Sith classic. Text stolen from the suffocation spell.
    Last edited by stack; 2015-05-06 at 11:34 AM.