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I’ve noticed several people are having difficulties with their first session of a new character. They usually feel more ready or confident than they normally do for a new session and they think they know pretty much the entire combat system and how to get in and out of the fight. What I have noticed also is that most of the characters have never been in combat before. As a result, I have noticed there seems to be a lot of assumptions and misconceptions.
The first thing I want to do is help clear some of that. A great deal of what I’m going to discuss will be familiar to anyone who has participated in combat for more than a few minutes. It’s the same generalizations we’ve used for the last years and in the interest of simplicity I’m not going to cover it all in this document.
The first thing I would like to do is ask you to look at your character sheet. Do you usually enter information about yourself? Is there a box you sometimes checkbox? Maybe there’s a box for things like race? Maybe there is a box for things like gender? Or perhaps there’s an entry for a special action that doesn’t require any action but could cause you to get into a fight. I know you may have a few things on there that you want a GM to explain later but for now, just look at your character’s sheet and see if the information is there that you think others could understand. This will help you make more decisions before you get in a fight.
After reading through a combat encounter in combat, it’s easy to look back at a previous fight and ask, ‘What is going on? How was the fight won? What was the result?’ That is what I’ll explain.
Before looking at something you should really examine it. If it seems like all the information is right on you, the fact of your character is probably correct. If the information doesn’t seem right on you, or if the information only seems right to you when you are not involved, or perhaps you just plain don’t fit your general image as
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