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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:​
-Once a group has lost 50% of its number it must roll each and every turn until the battle is over or it fails the check. +  * Once a group has lost 50% of its number it must roll each and every turn until the battle is over or it fails the check. 
-If the enemy appears invulnerable to the group’s attacks, it must make a morale check. +  ​* ​If the enemy appears invulnerable to the group’s attacks, it must make a morale check. 
-If the group’s leader is killed or captured.+  ​* ​If the group’s leader is killed or captured. 
 The check is made by rolling 1d20 and if the result is equal to or less than the group’s morale number, the check is passed. ​ If the roll exceeds the morale number, the check is failed. The check is made by rolling 1d20 and if the result is equal to or less than the group’s morale number, the check is passed. ​ If the roll exceeds the morale number, the check is failed.
  
morale.txt · Last modified: 2018/11/27 10:30 by dave