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The Code Duello: Rules for Duels, Contests, and Competitions

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The Code Duello

Rules for Duels, Contests, and Competitions

It is sometimes said that honor is the only thing that divides community and chaos. While oftentimes adventurers live outside of the system, other times the system calls upon them. Angering powerful nobles, magi, and other beings has its cost, after all. Will you be an honorable hero, engaging in duels and trials to test your mettle for respect and glory? Or will you game the system, bending or even breaking its rules to meet your aims?

Add a wide variety of lore and rules for one-on-one combat and other trials with this supplement, designed to expand your game's options when competing or settling disputes with others of similar profession, humanoids in general, or stranger beings. Enclosed are rules for everything from wrestling matches, jousting, and samurai-style showdowns to mageduels, concerts, and even the strange rites of warlock patrons. It includes a few duel-related magic items and a feat as well.

Rating and reviewing is much appreciated! And don't forget to check out my other title on DM's Guild, "Cogs in the Great Machine", a menagerie of Modron material!


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Adam B August 22, 2018 9:52 pm UTC
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Hi there!

First of all, I love everything in this.

Seriously.

The rules are simple, easy to understand (mostly but we'll get to that) and I haven't seen anything I didn't immediately start plotting to use whilst cackling.

Now.

The aforementioned mostly is in response to the eidolon rules.

The AC simply says "8 + (Spellcasting mod + defence)" but doesn't specify what defence is.

The same with the offence for damage.

In addition - Conjuration says the eidolon gains an additional weapon, does this mean a second attack?

And the evocation property - is it referring to the channel action and does it mean all the channel damage dice become d12's?

Thank you :)
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Michael C August 23, 2018 2:05 am UTC
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Aha, thanks! The Eidolons were definitely one of the more fiddly bits.

- For Defense and Offense, it is meant to be the level of the spell you've put into their weapons and armor (in step 2, just above the Eidolon statblock). However I can see that I didn't put as much attention on that as I meant to - I'll fix this soon by bolding and capitalizing those words in step 2 so it is much more obvious!

- Conjuration should've specified they can use the second weapon as a bonus action, whoops - I guess it fell off during one of the revisions.

- Yes, that's exactly what it means! I added in the names like "Channel" later on for more clarity, and managed to forget to change it there to match.

I'll fix all that and thanks so much for the feedback! Should be a new version up by tomorrow.
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J. Michael L August 22, 2018 6:59 am UTC
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I am a little confused on the Caber toss rules, if you role under 10 DC the caber does not flip over, I get that, but if you role over it does, but how far does it go, etc, or does that distance not matter and it's just the highest role over the DC of 10 is the winner?
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Michael C August 22, 2018 5:50 pm UTC
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Thanks for the input! The DC 10 "flip rule" was intended to be a reflection of how the caber toss works in real life - tossing something as massive and awkward as a caber requires as much coordination as strength sometimes, and sometimes multiple people fail and they needed some way of still scoring the ones that don't go end over end. For the rules in this supplement, your points are all based on the attack roll directly (plus 5 if you were crazy enough to try for long distance!), but I wanted a mention of when it doesn't "flip" in the rules, for people to visualize it more easily. (In most real world caber toss competitions, the distance doesn't matter at all, only the angle it falls - the straighter the better.)

I'll try to think of a better way to word that so the scoring is more clear!
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