Zorbeltuss wrote:The benchmark thing is crap, defense is a single parameter, and the most difficult one to raise. It's much easier to build offense, and AR is very important too. Narrator is better off judging how challenging the encounter truly was.
Kajani wrote: By the way why mudering the Mountain in this way (aside from the fact that he is a bastard who deserve it)? Why not getting ransom or trying to come to terms with the master of this crazy dog? A Lannister always pay his dept...
Eisen wrote:We figured that we knew enough about the Mountian to assume he wouldn't let such a thing stand, and if he walked away from that mess alive he'd come back at us with the full force of his house.
Tao Jones wrote:I always did think Gregor got the short stick in the original writeups. Athletics 4 (Strength 2B)? I don't know how they thought that was sufficient to describe "strength like nothing human". I mean, he's one of the most literal interpretations of the "Big Bad Evil Guy" out there.
B-Type wrote:The only guys who seemed to have lived up to their reputation with 100% of the characters that spoke of their martial prowess are Robert (who basically won every single fight anyone ever talked about him being in), and Selmy (who's pretty much big Westero's biggest badass for decades now)
Legate wrote:As an example; if he were such a great fighter why blindside the Knight of Flowers?
Legate wrote:I will qualify this by saying that I have read the first book only
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