Re: Wild Blue Concerns
- Sure is, because that makes sense to me given the example situation. You could also rule that it's a +1 defense to the victim per step of Scale difference because a wagon is big and unwieldy, and even though you can lift it, you can't necessarily swing it effectively.
Maybe I don't get it. Is there a problem assigning a mechanical benefit from narrative actions?
--- In FateRPG@yahoogroups.com, Brett Ritter <swiftone@...> wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 12, 2012 at 9:36 AM, admralducksauce <admiralducksauce@...
> > wrote:
> > If I was gonna hit a guy with a wagon, I'd consider that one or more
> > levels of Scale difference and adjust the accuracy by +1 per step of size
> > difference (because a wagon is big and covers a big area) and grant a +2 to
> > Weapon damage per step of size difference (because you're punching someone
> > with a friggin' wagon).
> So now it's a mechanical benefit from a narrative benefit, yes?
> Brett Ritter / SwiftOne