I really need some mentoring! The scenario and questions:
Barguth, a character largely based on the sample character Beren of Carcaroth, has been tossed ashore and told to clear a boulder blocking a tunnel entrance within a large sea cave.
Remembering that it’s just me and twitch-chat playing, and no one contributed from chat, all of this is a single person story (so far!).
The boulder was Obs 5 (3 + 1d4) but Barguth was clever: He used a board from the rowboat seat as a shovel to dig out a pit and then used his grapple to tip the boulder forward into it. He had a +1 for being Fresh but a -1 for working in dim light (only light is through the cave mouth). And now the questions…
I gave him 5D for his Nature, plus 1D for Dungeoneer Skill, plus 1D for Laborer Skill; is this correct? In hindsight he could have used his Trait Born of Earth and Stone to get an extra 1D, right?
There was one twitch follower during this time so I gave a +1 success for that.
He rolled 7d6 with 3 successes, failing by just one. In light of that, I chose to give a Twist: The stone was only partially moved, big enough to squeeze through but also wide enough to allow a Goblin to come through as well! Is that a Twist? Or should I have done a Condition?
Since he failed the test, I think he can take a failure checkmark on just one of either Nature, Dungeoneer, or Laborer; is that correct?
That’s where I am leaving the adventure, with Barguth back pedaling and a Goblin stepping out from behind the stone.
Anything else I’m missing?