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 MORALE NUMBER: ​ Each NPC or group of NPC’s is assigned a Morale Class by the DM, and rolls its morale number based on that class. MORALE NUMBER: ​ Each NPC or group of NPC’s is assigned a Morale Class by the DM, and rolls its morale number based on that class.
-Low Morale: ​  ​2d6 ​      ​(peasants,​ animals, kobolds, goblins) +  * Low Morale: ​  ​2d6 ​      ​(peasants,​ animals, kobolds, goblins) 
-Standard Morale: ​ 3d6  (soldiers, elves, orcs, hobgoblins, ogres) +  ​* ​Standard Morale: ​ 3d6  (soldiers, elves, orcs, hobgoblins, ogres) 
-High Morale: ​ 2d6+6  (knights, werewolves, giants) +  ​* ​High Morale: ​ 2d6+6  (knights, werewolves, giants) 
-Fanatic Morale: 3d6+6  (berserkers,​ undead, trolls) +  ​* ​Fanatic Morale: 3d6+6  (berserkers,​ undead, trolls) 
-Henchmen: ​ individual henchmen roll Standard Morale (3d6) and add 1 for each level they rise in their liege’s service. Check during standard combat situation and when abused or neglected.+  ​* ​Henchmen: ​ individual henchmen roll Standard Morale (3d6) and add 1 for each level they rise in their liege’s service. Check during standard combat situation and when abused or neglected.
  
 MORALE CHECK: the DM rolls a Morale Check for each group in the following circumstances:​ MORALE CHECK: the DM rolls a Morale Check for each group in the following circumstances:​
morale.txt · Last modified: 2018/11/27 10:30 by dave