thread: 2009-05-13 : Now where WAS I...

On 2009-05-13, Roger wrote:

It's the difference between the arrow pointing out of the cloud and the arrow pointing in to the cloud.

"I'm going to get a +3 on my roll by taking the high ground" is a deposit into the cloud—the arrow is going from the player into the cloud—that also has a mechanical effect.  "Since I'm on the high ground, I get a +3 on my roll" is a withdrawal from the cloud—the arrow is coming out of the cloud.

It took me approximately forever to figure this out.


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