Ayna fired first, her round striking the robot's head, solid but sparking off.
Asha fired almost simultaneously, with similar results. This robot seemed quite sturdy it seems.
Then followed the BOOM of Mr. Creed's shotgun, the special slug almost visible as it hurtled downrange. It hit the robot dead on and electricity zapped out, short arcs playing about the robot.
It stood for a moment, its servos running randomly as the taser shell discharged, and then fell with a loud thump.
A block of some putty-like material with a few wires sticking out was visible on the fallen robots back.
Ayna: Rolled 13, with +9 (dex, prof,fighting style) or 22. 11 points
Asha: Same roll, amazing enough. +6 (dex, Prof) - 19. Hit. 6 points.
To actually enjoy the effects of a head shot, you need to exceed the AC by 10, falling short being a miss. In this case the robot's AC is higher th
Didn't ask for init, so going by order of post
Going to use this for now - thoughts?
Making Called Shots
A called shot is an attack aimed at a particular part of the body, in the hope of gaining some extra effect from the attack. The smaller or better guarded the area, the more difficult the called shot.
Called shots are divided into three basic difficulty groups: easy, tricky, and challenging. Easy called shots represent large areas of the body, and are made at a –2 penalty. They have relatively minor effects unless a critical hit is scored or massive damage is dealt. Tricky called shots represent either smaller areas, like a hand, or areas a creature protects well, like its head. Tricky shots receive a –5 penalty, and inflict more serious consequences. Challenging called shots represent very small areas like eyes, fingers, or creatures’ necks. They receive a –10 penalty, and successful hits cause significant short-term impairment. Beyond these challenging ratings lie almost impossible called shots that receive a –20 penalty. For called shots against non-humanoid creatures, use common sense and the categories above as guidelines. For example, a flying creature’s wings are treated as arms.