The Opportunity Rover’s mission may need ended final week, however it could actually nonetheless stay on in your Dungeons & Dragons marketing campaign.- Advertisement -
Earlier this week, NASA declared that the Opportunity Rover’s mission on Mars had ended. The plucky rover had landed on Mars in early 2004 for a deliberate 90 day mission, but it surely drove across the floor of the crimson planet for over 15 years, taking photographs, finishing invaluable surveys, and capturing the hearts of 1000’s of engineers and area lovers across the globe.
Unfortunately, the plucky little rover was misplaced to an enormous mud storm, and was declared misplaced when engineers could not wake it up within the storm’s aftermath. However, Opportunity’s mission can stay on in Dungeons & Dragons because of a inventive homebrew statblock.
WalrockHomebrew posted a Fifth Edition stat block for the rover on Twitter earlier this weekend, full for an evidence as to how Opportunity wound up in a fantasy world. A quick story explains Opportunity’s “disappearance” as getting sucked right into a planar rift and showing (albeit broken) in a fantasy world as an alternative.
Opportunity solely has a problem ranking of 1/8, but it surely does have a few helpful alternatives. As an observational rover, Opportunity has the power to see invisible creatures and creatures within the Ethereal Plane. It may also see via illusions and is ready to see the true type of creatures.
As a CR 1/Eight creature, Opportunity would not have a lot when it comes to offensive skills. It can ram itself into opponents or scratch at foes utilizing its rock abrasion instrument. However, as a assemble, it does have some first rate defensive capabilities. It’s proof against Psychic and Poison Damage and proof against each cold and warm harm, however it’s weak to lightning harm.
You can try the total statblock beneath:
Though the Opportunity rover has gone on to robotic heaven, it could actually stay on in your #dnd recreation.
Here’s a fairly-accurate statblock for our rover good friend, and a virtually believable cause for it to exist! pic.twitter.com/AMedMuOR2k
— Walrock Homebrew (@WalrockHomebrew) February 16, 2019