On Mon, 5 Sep 1994, Sergio Ricardo Ferreira Macedo wrote: > > > I had a small problem with my imortals and I'd like know some > suggestion on what to do. > > The history is: 2 imortals and a newbie-god wanted to do a quest > and they were easily beaten by the players. So, they started another one > and, again, were ripped off in 3 or 4 rounds. With this, the imortals > decided to make a really hard quest and "boosted" a dracolich. The players > weren't warned of the real level of danger they'd face and accepted. > Result: 3 players killed in 3 rounds. > > Obviously, the players came to me to complain and I thought that the > complain was fair enough. I talked to the gods and they said that they didn't > evaluated well the real ammount of damage the dracolich could make and that > they could not be fast enough to save the players. > > What must I do ? Reimburse the xp lost and forget the problem with > the immortals, reimburse and punish the immortals or what? > Depends. It was a "quest" and if it were me, I wouldn't reim the xp. It was a quest, and the morts should expect the quest to be "difficult" (i.e., the realm of mobs would have been altered in some way). I would however, chide the immorts for making the first two easy quests, and create a disclaimer for "help quest" to avoid that sort of thing in the future.
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