Falling off your mount is a "fall." Parson didn't appear to take any damage until he rolled off of Banana. I suspect it was as was stated earlier that the laws of the universe simply don't account for a heavy on a flying mount, causing them to become grounded without "fall" mechanics.Althernai wrote:Krennson wrote:thus, it wasn't so much a "fall" as it was... "uncontrolled vertical flight"
I'm pretty sure it was a fall:
It was just a bizarre fall with what appears to be less than usual natural Shockamancy (Parson got some scrapes, but no bones broke from the impact).
Skyer wrote:...and the Warlord-in-a-portal trick. How would Tram have been able to know either of those were even possible?
This was explicitly stated in Charlie's notes to Tram.
The KISS weren't a special type of unit. They were just the best of the best (highest level?) trained to be Stanely's personal guards. Think of them as Navy Seals. They're still part of the Navy's "regular" units, they just have much better training.Dr Pepper wrote:Snowtitan wrote:
Hobgobs are a largeish normal unit, although the knight-class K.I.S.S. (not all the Hobgobs are knights!) may be bigger than normal hobgobs (which could make them heavies!). do we have an upgrade tree (normal - heavy - knight) for the hobgobs?
No. It must be possible to be a knight without being a heavy or KISS couldn't have ridden dragons to the Battle of the Pass.
and the other knights couldn't have ridden spidews into the tunnels at GK.