Ok, can anyone help me understand how a grabbed creature gets out if the GC can sustain the grab and no one can immobalize, stun or force it to spit them out?
And what combat can the person inside do?
Ya, just wasn't positive if there was something we were missing.
Now, combat inside a cube, do you need to roll? It's not like being grabbed by a thrasting giant where you're being flung about, the cube has basically swallowed you. Where can you jab that won't hit?
It's not about whether you physically hit, so much as whether or not you're capable of "succeeding" with the attack. I mean, you swing your sword at an enemy decked out in full plate, it can bounce off. That's AC. AC, Fort, Ref, and Will are just simplifications for how to have attacks either be successful or not. Try not to read too much into it ;x
Jus think of it as gameplay and story segregation.
yer in a big blob of clear Tofu.
you can try to get your sword to get enough momentum to hurt it, but it's very thick media resisting every movement you make. All while your being digested alive...hope you dont get any in your eyes, mouth, etc.
people outside hacking off chunks are thus more effective in this.
Enough forced movement can move the GC off the engulfed target.
Can also slide/push/pull people out of the grab, which is trivial for say a Leader. And if you escape (move action), you're not dazed anymore! You get the rest of your turn.
The Cube has a Reach of 1 so, if you are using Forced Movement to free an ally, they cannot end-up adjacent to the Cube or the Grab is still active. You have to separate the Cube and your ally beyond the Cube's Reach to break the Grab and free them. Note that victims remain Dazed and taking Ongoing Damage until they escape the Grab -- not just being outside of the Cube's squares.
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