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Wombo's Guide to Combos

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Has the Barbarian ever wished they could throw the Rogue at the enemy? This and so much more is possible with 27 Combo Actions ready for your game. 

Each Combo Action has required checks with outcomes for success or failure. All the actions are usable with exisiting game features and ready to play.

Best of all, this product was written by an Ettin. Collectively, their name is Wombo. 

 
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Quintessential G March 29, 2018 1:18 pm UTC
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I think this is a super cool concept, and was extremely excited to pick it up. Unfortunately, the execution is somewhat lacking. I find that the flavortext / descriptions of each action are lacking enough detail to make it clear what many of the combo actions are intended to do / look like. Additionally, the mechanical language is difficult to parse, and doesn't utilize consistent grammar / style in each action. I just don't find it usable in its current state, which is a bummer!
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Garin J March 29, 2018 1:40 pm UTC
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Thank you for sharing your concerns. Admittedly, our flavor texts leans more toward fun than explanatory and our thought process was many abilities include actions the player was familiar with but we don’t want the reader confused.

We will also go over the dry content to see if there are places it can be cleared up, any specific actions you found confusing would help us.
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Quintessential G March 29, 2018 2:56 pm UTC
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Here's a few things:

- You use "Participant A" or "Participant B" at times in your text. It would be clearer to just use "any other creature" or something similar.

- Your participants are not always "participants". For example, consider using "a creature that can cast the command spell" as opposed to "command spell" in Command Undead. (There might be a better way of organizing your participants than using the italics immediately under the title, too.)

- What does range mean - is it "the participants must be this close" or "the target must be this close"? Whichever it means, you should also include the *other* thing as a mechanical requirement. (Also, this means you should clarify when they have to be close enough to begin taking the action. For example, if two character using Fastball Special start 60 feet apart, can Character A hold their action in preparation for Character B to run to them?...See more
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Garin J March 29, 2018 3:21 pm UTC
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Thank you for this detailed response. WOTC standard language is still something I’m working on so your note on Bestial Gift in particular is helpful.

This will be very helpful in improving the product!
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Quintessential G March 29, 2018 3:28 pm UTC
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I'm glad I could be of help!
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Garin J March 24, 2018 10:02 pm UTC
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Based on some early feedback we have corrected a typo and made some changes to language that explains how the Combo Actions work and have reduced the impact of some Combos so they weren't too overpowered. Thank you!
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