Sleety swords and daggers glim
Were the death of her and of him
After dastardly foes used such deadly steel
To turn them into so much veal
By piercing every little gap in their gleaming armor suits
’Til the blood ran out the heels of their boots
— Ed Greenwood (@TheEdVerse) February 11, 2021
I found this place with my nose
For here the dead are heaped high, in forlorn piles
Bootless, for someone has collected all of their toes
And on the bank of inky Styx hard by, skull-faced ferryman gently smiles
— Ed Greenwood (@TheEdVerse) February 12, 2021
Rising on dripping stalk, one fell and knowing eye
Gazes over the noisome jet swamp slime
At blissfully unaware, approaching prey
Mere moments away is feeding time
— Ed Greenwood (@TheEdVerse) February 13, 2021
One thought on ““Sleety swords and daggers glim””
Can an Echo Knight use an ally to gain advantage (using flanking rules) when he attacks through his echo, as the text says you can choose to have your attacks originate from your position or the echoes?
I understand you cannot use the echo to grant yourself advantage, and I understand your ally wouldnt get it on his turn, but it seems like your foe should be distracted enough by your ally for you to gain the benefits of flanking.
but only when the Echo knight is attacking through the Echo, not unleash incarnation.