Saturday, April 2, 2011

Solos: When a Solo Is Not a Solo

I should point out the following now: If you've ever been in an encounter with two solo monsters, it should be noted that the dynamic probably resembles an encounter with two Level +4 Elites more than that of solo monsters.

When a solo monster is not the sole actor on the opposition side, the dynamic goes from "One creature for five" to "One Creature with five times the hit points."

About half of the problems you run into in a traditional setting don't even really apply-and since solo monsters done right are really complicated, running two "done right" at the same time is bound to lead to DM Confusion™.

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