jimmygrill wrote:Technically, such situations are possible with specific combinations of special rules and spells. I don't know if I would bother to cover this tbh...
Though rare, it may actually break my model.
Battle Focus is the most peculiar one, especially in combination with Poison. I was about to implement Battle Focus as "just another attack", when I realised my implementation could lead to outcomes with more than 100% chance to occur. The reason was an imperfect combination with poison.
Although the 2 rules don't have a lot of influence on each other on the table, statistically they are joined as a single outcome, forcing the additional hit from battle focus to be calculated with a poison in conjunction to remain statistically correct.
It's proving an interesting challenge
It will get done, battle focus included.
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