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Role Playing Tips - By Johnn Four

10 WAYS TO MAKE YOUR OGRES MORE INTIMIDATING

1 Make them cunning

* Help the players make overconfident mistakes by playing up ogres as dumb and slow
* Attacking ogres focus on spell casters first--with ogre-size rocks hurled at them if needed
* Employ pits and traps to defend lairs
- pile rocks on high ground and trigger them to fall - create a fake lair entrance beside the covered, real one
* Create ogre ambushes

2 They Go For The Small Guys First Hey, they've heard about that stupid Goliath guy and learned his lesson: attack the little guys first. Is this fair? Good! It's not supposed to be and it will help scare the little guys quite a bit the next time ogres are around.

3 Fool The Characters In Their Own Language Step One: have the ogres speak in loud, slow, stupid grunting noises before anything happens Step Two: give them really stupid, puzzled expressions on their faces when the characters speak Step Three: sit back and let the ogres listen, understand and react to the plans and commands the characters make out loud in front of "those stupid ogres"

4 Give Them Nasty Minions

* How about some goblin slaves who help build tricky and deadly traps which only goblins know how to build so well * Or some pet dogs who are vicious and can track down even the most well-hidden PC

5 Grant Them A Highly Intelligent Leader

* Make them better organized * Give them better tactics * Build them better defenses * Give them better equipment, arms and armour

6 Give Them A Very Strong Sense Of Smell This goes both ways: make them hard to surprise by giving them powerful noses, and give them a heady stink to tip the characters off and make them nervous.

7 Make Them Faster

* Allow them to easily catch fleeing characters * Give them more attacks in combat * Let them retreat quickly and outpace pursuing characters, and then attack again from behind or with missile weapons

8 Give Them Religion

* Allow them shamans with spells: offensive and defensive * Give them mystical ceremonies which inspire a frenzied state of blood lust

9 Replace Their Club

* Give them a nice double-bladed, two-handed axe * Give them shields * Let them use their magic plunder: potions, dust, weapons... * Give them the secret of greek fire!

10 Give Them Lots To Throw

* Sharp rocks about the size of your head * Nasty ice balls * A thousand stones in hand-packed dirt balls * Did someone already mention greek fire? * What would a huge rock landing in the lake just in front of the characters do?

Have more fun at every game!

Johnn Four

 
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Yes indeed
No, never!
In 1E yes, in 2E no
Only for encumbrance
Of course it is
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