Wagner_Darksteel wrote:Checking Table 10-5 of page 182, they defeted less than three units (gaining 1 Glory) and fought in disavantage 2:1 (+2 Glory), so they should be rewarded 3 points of Glory.
HOWEVER, checking table 11-2, page 192 of the Core Rulebook, their challenge was a minor challenge, so they should earn, maximum 1 point of Glory. Which one is correct?
wanderingcrow wrote:It seems like the Survivors of Warfare table (Table 10-6, p.183) could use a little adjustment.
BeardedDork wrote:Is there some sort of source for that or is it opinion?
SIFRP:GoT, p.163 wrote:Two-Weapon Attack Greater
Whenever you wield a weapon in your main hand and an Off-hand weapon in your other hand, you can combine them to make a more powerful attack. Simply add the weapon’s Off-hand modifier to your primary weapon’s damage. You deal this damage on a successful Fighting test. If your Off-hand weapon has the Defensive quality, you lose that quality until the start of your next turn.
babayaga wrote:The text seems to suggest that damage is taken only if unhorsed, and is only equal to the attack base damage (rather than being multiplied by the degree of success -- the higher the degree, the higher the change of being unhorsed, after all). In fact, if "normal" damage rules were applied, most finalists would end up really, really beat up. But it's not 100% clear.
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