Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)   Posted by Derrick.Group: 0
Vulco1
 player, 77 posts
Thu 13 Dec 2018
at 22:18
Re:  Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)
Ahh... the character sheet. Great.  Thank you.
17:06, Today: Vulco1 rolled 11 using 3d6.  Quick contest for grapple 12. Lost
16:56, Today: Vulco1 rolled 11 using 3d6.  Immovable Stance (13) vs 3d6. Success.


With his leg grappled and Baogang using leverage, Lane focuses on the lessons of his master. He focuses on remaining Immovable.


I got a success on my Immovable Stance so it's another quick contest of your Judo vs my roll

This message was last edited by the player at 22:18, Thu 13 Dec 2018.

Dblade
 player, 172 posts
Thu 13 Dec 2018
at 22:46
Re:  Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)
is your MoS on that roll a 2?
Dblade
 player, 173 posts
Thu 13 Dec 2018
at 22:52
Re:  Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)
17:48, Today: Dblade rolled 10 using 3d6.  quick contest for takedown: Judo 16+3 (Leg Grapple). MoS 10.

Either way here's my roll.
Vulco1
 player, 78 posts
Fri 14 Dec 2018
at 02:11
Re:  Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)
Yes. A 2.
Dblade
 player, 174 posts
Fri 14 Dec 2018
at 02:17
Re:  Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)
In that case I think I take it.
Vulco1
 player, 79 posts
Fri 14 Dec 2018
at 13:58
Re:  Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)
I think so too.  My turn now? And do you still have my foot?

This message was last edited by the player at 13:59, Fri 14 Dec 2018.

Dblade
 player, 175 posts
Fri 14 Dec 2018
at 14:15
Re:  Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)
You're prone on the ground now. I can keep your foot by holding onto you and kneeling, but I'll be letting go of it to avoid the penalties
Vulco1
 player, 80 posts
Fri 14 Dec 2018
at 15:20
Re:  Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)
Lane moves from his prone position to a kneeling position.

I think it's your turn now.
Thanks for the advice to double check my punch and kick math.  You were right, it was off.
https://drive.google.com/open?...UUXqu-rwGnnA1WOF162b
Dblade
 player, 176 posts
Fri 14 Dec 2018
at 15:52
Re:  Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)
Baogang just takes the chance to evaluate, watching his opponent and catching his breath.
Vulco1
 player, 81 posts
Fri 14 Dec 2018
at 18:41
Re:  Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)
Lane is thankful for the breather, but doesn't relent his assault. He steps up from his kneeling position and throws a punch at Baogang.

13:38, Today: Vulco1 rolled 14 using 3d6.  Punch (15) vs 3d6.
15:39, Today: Vulco1 rolled 6 using 1d6+2.  Punch damage if it lands.

This message was last edited by the player at 20:40, Fri 14 Dec 2018.

Dblade
 player, 177 posts
Fri 14 Dec 2018
at 21:15
Re:  Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)
Baogang has been expecting this and attempts another Cloud Hands parry, this time at a much closer range and stepping back slightly.
16:04, Today: Dblade rolled 10 using 3d6.  Parry 12 +3(Retreat)  15.

Then, as was the true nature of Cloud Hands, he attempted to turn his parry into a sudden, fluid Arm Lock

16:12, Today: Dblade rolled 11 using 3d6.  Arm Lock 19-4 (Deceptive Attack) .
Vulco1
 player, 82 posts
Fri 14 Dec 2018
at 22:04
Re:  Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)
Lane Aggressively Parries the armlock, hitting Baogang's arm.

16:52, Today: Vulco1 rolled 11 using 3d6.  Aggressive Parry(13) vs 3d6.
16:54, Today: Vulco1 rolled 1 using 1d6-3. Aggressive Parry damage.
Dblade
 player, 178 posts
Fri 14 Dec 2018
at 22:21
Re:  Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)
Baogang uses his second attack to go for a throw, putting more effort in at this attempt to take his opponent down hard.

17:20, Today: Dblade rolled 10 using 3d6.  Judo throw 16+2(Committed Attack) -6 (deceptive attack) 12 total.
Vulco1
 player, 83 posts
Mon 17 Dec 2018
at 15:02
Re:  Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)
I'm having some of the worst rolls.
09:56, Today: Vulco1 rolled 16 using 3d6.  Aggressive Parry (13) vs 3d6.
09:58, Today: Vulco1 rolled 18 using 3d6.  Immovable Stance QC (13) vs 3d6.

Lane tries to parry the second throw attempt but can't get to it in time.

You have to do a QC on my immovable stance that you will probably win.
Dblade
 player, 180 posts
Mon 17 Dec 2018
at 15:09
Re:  Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)
Um, didn't you just fail your immovable stance roll? You rolled an 18, isn't that a crit fail?
Vulco1
 player, 84 posts
Mon 17 Dec 2018
at 15:40
Re:  Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)
The Immovable Stance entry says that against a Judo Throw, it goes straight to a Quick Contest Characters pg.201, if the active defense doesn't work. It looks like against Judo Throws in particular, Immovable Stance isn't a "skill succeeds/skill fail" thing.

I don't think quick contests have an critical fail conditions, because of the Margin of Success thing and it doesn't mention critical fails.
Derrick
 GM, 235 posts
Mon 17 Dec 2018
at 15:50
Re:  Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)
Yes, judo has to be rolled against. This is a formality though, because a judo of 15 can't get a margin of failure of 5. The relevant post by an official gurps person:

http://forums.sjgames.com/show...7190&postcount=6
Dblade
 player, 181 posts
Mon 17 Dec 2018
at 16:11
Re:  Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)
11:10, Today: Dblade rolled 6 using 3d6.  Judo Throw QC (16) vs 3d6.

Good to know. So in this case even if I were also to roll an 18, I would win because my MoF is smaller?

Edit: Don't forget to roll against HT for stun after Lane hits the ground.

This message was last edited by the player at 16:28, Mon 17 Dec 2018.

Vulco1
 player, 85 posts
Mon 17 Dec 2018
at 16:59
Re:  Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)
That's right. Good catch on the stun roll.
11:58, Today: Vulco1 rolled 10 using 3d6.  Stun: HT (12) vs 3d6.
Success.

Still your turn or my turn now?
Dblade
 player, 182 posts
Mon 17 Dec 2018
at 17:03
Re:  Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)
Your turn.
Vulco1
 player, 86 posts
Mon 17 Dec 2018
at 18:52
Re:  Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)
Lane rolls up from a prone position into a kneeling position.
Dblade
 player, 183 posts
Mon 17 Dec 2018
at 18:59
Re:  Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)
Baogang takes an All Out Defense
Vulco1
 player, 87 posts
Tue 18 Dec 2018
at 19:11
Re:  Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)
14:06, Today: Vulco1 rolled 9 using 3d6.  Defense Attack kick (13) vs 3d6.
14:10, Today: Vulco1 rolled 2 using 1d6+1.  Kick if it lands.

Lane steps up and launches a probing kick at Baogang
Dblade
 player, 187 posts
Wed 19 Dec 2018
at 22:28
Re:  Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)
Baogang once again moved to parry the kick and move his opponent off balance.

17:00, Today: Dblade rolled 9 using 3d6. Judo 12+2(All Out Defense)+3(Retreat) -3(Riposte) TN 14.

Then he moved to try and catch the leg and take Lane down in one move, though the speed of his effort meant the takedown attempt wasn't as smooth as normal.
17:15, Today: Dblade rolled 11 using 3d6. Attack 1: Leg Grapple- Judo 16-1 (Rapid Strike) 15 Total -1 FP.


17:18, Today: Dblade rolled 13 using 3d6. QC for Takedown if Leg Grapple succeeds 16 -1(Rapid Strike)+3 (Leg Grapple) 18. MoS 5
Vulco1
 player, 91 posts
Thu 20 Dec 2018
at 16:30
Re:  Lane (Kyokushin Karate) vs Baogang (Tia Chi Chuan)
11:28, Today: Vulco1 rolled 9 using 3d6.  Retreating Parry (16, +3 for Retreat + Parry(13)) vs 3d6.

Lane takes a step back and Parries the grapple.