GM’d my first game last night, and I had a ton of fun! The group I played with are all new to this sort of thing (me included), but everyone really got into it. I was constantly challenged and surprised by what my players threw at me to work with. Thanks Adam Koebel and Sage LaTorra for enabling this wonderful experience!
I did have one question that came up though. One of the players was skewered by an enemy from behind rather deeply and he decided to attack said enemy by twisting (while impaled) and grabbing his sword (which he had earlier embedded into the enemy but then had to leave) and essentially ripping it downward to cut the enemy open.
I figured this action was rather painful since we was impaled at the time so I had him roll Defy Danger +CON to “endure” the pain of twisting around before making his attack. Does this make sense or is there a better way to handle this scenario?