Hogarth laughs loudly. “Yet again the brave Sir Geoff shows us his true character. What fools you are to follow him!”
(Doing this from phone so bear with me)
Narwar grimaces at the pain from the arrow that hit a gap in the armour on this thigh. Lucky for him it hit shallow. He concentrates his focus on the rider before him and lowers his spear.
d20: 17 vs 15
Damage if applicable:
8d6: 2 + 3 + 5 + 1 + 2 + 2 + 6 + 5 = 26
It is dark and Sir Narwar does not see the small divot in the pitch. As Widowmaker steps down his spear pops up. He is almost able to correct it; but, the jostle aggravates the arrow in his thigh and sends a coursing lightning bolt of pain all the way to his shoulder and causes his spear to move past his opponents head. He braces for the coming impact of the charging spearman…
d20: 13 (19) vs Narwar (Fail)
Mounted Spearsman 4 (Rouncy) damage vs Narwar
4d6: 5 + 3 + 4 + 2 = 14
Damage to Sir Narwar: 14 - 8 (Armour) - 3 (Chivalry) = 3
Narwar, the impact hurts, another shocking sting, this time to your shoulder, but nothing that threatens to throw you from your steed.
Narwar, the mounted spearsman 4 that you fight removes his spear from the cradle and jabs at you, using it as a spear not a lance. He is trading blows.
Meanwhile, Valens, you meet the bandit pretending to be Sir Alwyn in a mutual charge of your own.
The rest of you, Hogarth, you are in Lance charge range for next turn against Mounted Spearsman 2, it looks like you will be fighting close to Sir Valens.
Mounted Spearsman 3 sees his fellow winning against Sir Narwar, and wheels his horse away, towards Valens and Hogarth. He does not charge into combat however, but is heading behind them, between them and the road, and between the combatants and Cynian
Mounted Spearsman 1 is also heading towards this combat, though is further out.,
Hedra, Cynian, you both make speed progress along the road, as does Beldemennce and Morial. Morial, a 5th spearsman joins SP 1,2 & 3, while SP 4 continues to lurk a short distance away in the woodlands.
Morial, you are 2 turns from being able to charge the spearsmen, but your colleagues behind you are further back.
Archer 5 & 6 hold their shots, not wanting to shoot into melee for fear of hitting their fellow, also Archers 4 & 3. Archer 1 shoots at Morial, and 2 shoots at Hedra:
d20: 14 (15) -5 (range) -5 (Cover - shield)
d20: 1 -5 (range) -5 (Cover - shield)
Hedra is struck with an arrow for
3d6: 2 + 3 + 3 = 8
No damage pierces Hedras mail, but as a boy, he has a lot of growing to do and has to make a knockdown roll:
d20: 6 (6)
He stays mounted without a worry!
Sir Narwar knows he has been hit, but the adrenaline is surging in his veins and he will not let these minor inflictions distract him from his attack. Sir Narwar uses his spear to exchange blows with his opposing rider!
d20: 7 vs 15
Mounted Spearsman 4
d20: 1 (19) vs 7
That’s a win Sir Narwar, roll your damage!
Sir Narwar thrusts his spear at his opponent, he chooses his aim and timing well…
5d6: 4 + 1 + 2 + 5 + 1 = 13
He catches your blow easily on his shield and in the moonlight, he grins his rotten teeth at you.
Valens meets ‘Sir Alwyn’ in a lance charge.
d20: 20 vs 15
(Wow, this is going well…)
“Sir Alwyn” Lance Charge
d20: 9 (19) vs Valens Fumble
4d6: 3 + 2 + 5 + 4 = 14