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3rd Jun 2015, 8:00 AM in Zabuza Arc
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RandomRex6 3rd Jun 2015, 8:00 AM edit delete
It takes a bold roleplayer to try to convince the GM a Natural 1 would still achieve their goal. Or a stupid one.

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sumthinsumthin 3rd Jun 2015, 10:02 AM edit delete reply
"You get exactly one mulligan."

Suuuuuuuure. Just keep saying that when Naruto becomes Jesus.
Paradox 3rd Jun 2015, 1:26 PM edit delete reply
I've never understood the whole "bleeding to get rid of poison" thing

For a person at rest, it takes about one minute for blood to make a complete circulation around the body

So Naruto would have to sit there and bleed for an entire minute before the poison got back to his hand and bled out, but by that point a good portion of it has already been absorbed into his body
Kobrag 4th Jun 2015, 2:38 AM edit delete reply
You just don;t bleed yourself hard enough! >:O
Malroth 4th Jun 2015, 11:56 AM edit delete reply
Malroth
the point is not to wait for the blood to make a full circuit just to force the presser differential to squirt out blood from the area where the concentration is still higher, if you're fast enough you can get rid of most of the poison before it has time to spread, if you're fast enough.
Paradox 4th Jun 2015, 12:53 PM edit delete reply
Being fast enough means bleeding yourself within seconds, literal seconds

Most of the time when this happens too much time has passed for it to make a difference, but we're expected to believe it

I get that movies/tv/comics/etc. are not real life, but when it comes to anything medical I don't like misinformation.

I've seen people almost kill themselves because they saw something in several movies and thought that's how medicine worked
Devlerbat 5th Jun 2015, 5:54 AM edit delete reply
Hey it worked in the Medieval Ages.

Wait...it didn't? But...they were doing that for centuries. What the fraq, how are we certain that we aren't doing things wrong in modern times? Are spacemen from the future going to tell use that chemotherapy never actually worked?
FanOfMostEverything 5th Jun 2015, 7:16 AM edit delete reply
Because they never actually bothered to test anything in the Middle Ages. They took a lot on faith, especially when it came to medical knowledge. Meanwhile, we can actually see cancer cells die from chemotherapy.
KEERA 4th Jun 2015, 6:41 AM edit delete reply
OR he could of just taken the feat that gets you a free saving throw every healing surge spent :D
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