Barrel Room


Here is another installment of exTRAPaganza, our Thursday over-the-top trap series. 

I’ve been doing barrels all week. So why should today be any different? The entire floor of the room contains barrels. The floor is lower than the door, so the tops of the barrels are at normal floor height. Each barrel is sealed and filled with oil. However, several of the tops are weakened to the point where anyone stepping on one will fall through. As the characters walk through the room, several nasty looking, spiked barrels roll out from hidden compartments in the walls towards the characters. When they hit a character of the far wall, they burst into flame. Any opened barrels will also catch fire, and if there’s enough, the whole room will go up.

Interaction

 PFRPG:

D&D 4e:

Walking Across Barrels

 

 

Hard Acrobatics check or break barrel top, leaking oil

same as PFRPG

Avoiding Rolling Barrel

 

 

Hard Reflex Save or take d6 * APL damage plus fire attack. The barrels move 20′ per round.

High Bonus Attack vs. Reflex or take d6 * APL damage plus fire attack. The barrels move 4 squares per round.

Barrel into Wall

 

 

Fire Attack.

Fire Attack

Fire Attack

 

 

3* APL * d6 fire damage. Also, if any barrel in your square or adjacent is leaking, take APL *  d6 fire damage per round in square(s).

3 * APL * d6 fire damage. Also, if any barrel in your square or adjacent is leaking, taking ongoing 5 fire damage per tier while in affected square(s).

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