More fun with realism! The classic "tip a fruit display as part of your get-away" trick is what I am suggesting here.
I'm thinking some visible displays of fruit in market placeables could be the target of a runestone used by a rogue ... this would activate a trigger that surrounds the fruit display aisle, and when the rogue then passes through the trigger it tests if the display tips, if so, all who cross the trigger after may slip and fall on fruit and rinds. Ta DA! Timer resets. Optional 'angry merchant' to follow.
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BenevolentDevil wrote:I'd only have to ask, why rogue only? lol ... seems like anyone could tip a cart and make a mess
OK. Good point. I'm thinking Rogues should be good at it (chalk it up to childhood experience and practice), but yes, others could accomplish the act reasonably speaking. What if we made a die roll test to see if the cart spills (some may be better supported/wheel-blocked than others, for example)... and gave Rogues a level bonus on the attempt?
I think I'd not want Paladins doing this (it damages the merchant's goods and is anything but lawful).