The Tongue and the Restless

After discovering the body of a missing member of the Acreon’s crew while floating through Zero-G on the Drift Rock, the party soon finds yet another whose fate was surprisingly worse!

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Bryce Phillip Pape
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Bryce Phillip Pape

I’m not sure if I am the only one, but I love the sounds going on in Androids and Aliens; however, the rather loud breathing in a spacesuit for the entire episode is kinda ridiculous.

Andy
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Andy

My party let the Goblin “Kamquat” help and he was pretty awesome. He ended up becoming a PC in a future session.

Doug Sundseth
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Doug Sundseth

Pg. 256 of the core rules: “Unless you are charging, you can move through a square occupied by an ally or a friendly character.”

I don’t see anything under zero G that modifies this.

My reading is that you can move through allies without issues regardless of gravity or mode of movement.

Matt Cherukara
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I think Mac is using Get ‘Em wrong, it is supposed to target one enemy within 60 feet, and all allies gain the +1 morale bonus on attack rolls against it.

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You are correct! From the manual:
‘As a move action, you can choose one enemy within 60 feet. Until the start of your next turn, you and your allies gain a +1 morale bonus to attack rolls made against that enemy. The bonus persists even if the enemy moves beyond 60 feet or out of line of sight or hearing. ‘