Lame (5e Condition)

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Author: Ghostwheel (talk)
Date Created: January 1, 2020
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Lame[edit]

While lame characters can still propel themselves forward, they tend to fall after reaching their destination. When a creature under the effect of this condition ends their movement, they must roll a d20; on a roll of 9 or lower, the creature falls prone. This check must be made once per instance of movement; for example, if a creature moves, attacks, and continues to move, they must make two checks, one when ending their first movement, and another when ending their movement for the round.



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AuthorGhostwheel +
Identifier5e Condition +
RatingUndiscussed +
SummaryWhile lame characters can still propel themselves forward, they tend to fall after reaching their destination. +
TitleLame +