Still a fat dude, duh. But damn, that smile.
- Nov 26, 2019
Fire resistance in D&D means halve the damage done by fire. Dumb man interpretation cuz laziness means that fire must burn twice as long or temperature by a multiplier no more than two hotter to cause the same damage over time as to non-resistant.What kind of fire is it resitant to, pretty sure a clorinetrifluride fire would do wonders at putting them down the heat from that alone would melt their arm cannon shiuld they sweat well the chemical would explode and well heat + vigorous oxygenated fires are pretty good at containing toxins, rapid heals dont really help agsinst something that can set fire to concrete
So clorinetrifluride fire can ignite sand and taking sand's boiling point to be 2300c (>4100f) and assuming trolls have normal human body of1800f for four hours...
I dunno how to keep constant heat and trolls have regen.