OneEye589 wrote:If the Master dies, the House Elf is freed from his obligations and may roam freely around the battlefield.
Or if the Master gives clothes to the House Elf.
Yea, I was thinking that, but then the player could just give the House Elf the clothes at the beginning of the game. Lame.
randomno12 wrote:another harry potter franchise fig related question: would a mutant dog (three hedded 1) be a horse, with three attacks? and how could i work out minds? cos they might bicker with one another/ fail and pull themselves apart by going in different directions. stats?
Uhm, I would say the same as a horse, with a regular skill, not the half-mind. I'll do the stats for that right now, too. I don't have one, so I'm going to assume that its size is 2.
Bite: Use 2, Close Combat, 1d6+2 damage
Has three bites that can be used each turn, either attacking the same or separate targets.
At the beginning of your turn, roll 1d6:
On a 1 or 2, the 3-Headed Dog runs to the nearest unit and uses 1 bite attack on it, no matter which team it's on like Bonn-o-Tron. The controlling player can then use the remaining move and two bite attacks
On a 3 or 4, the 3-Headed Dog runs 4" in a direction chosen by the opposing player. The controlling player may then use the remaining move and three bite attacks.
On a 5 or 6, the 3-Headed Dog does whatever the heck you want it to.