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Sunday, July 28, 2013

Charles Taylor on the Double Kill

Charles Taylor has a post on his blog about how often two combatants wind up killing each other, because a fatal blow does not necessarily mean instant death. I wanted to highlight this post not only because it's something I'd like to see more of in D&D, at least as a possibility, but also because Charles and I so often disagree (because of irreconcilable differences in the way we see/model a couple things) that I wanted to point out that we aren't sworn enemies, or something.


  1. Apart from historical records, there are also mythical precedents.
    Athur and Mordred are the first to leap in my mind.