We found a magically-constructed building with a bunch of skeletons (the inanimate kind) inside. Carynth and Logan went inside to explore; the mage Zorith stayed outside flying around; Meat and the rest stayed outside to try to lend a hand if the magic doors started closing in or somesuch.
Carynth called out to us from the second floor that there were monsters closing in on us. There were three of them, eight-feet-long critters that resembled cats but with scales. (They turned out not to be as strong as lions. This is probably good for us.)
Meat waited with club at the ready for the first to pounce. Unfortunately, he missed his shot and the critter managed to knock him to the ground. Fortunately, its claws failed to do lasting damage.
On the next turn, Meat reached up and grabbed the critter by the next with both hands so that it couldn't bite.
Merith (the warrior boy in our party) stabbed at the critter, but it dodged and he hit Meat instead. Ouch.
On the next turn, then, Meat activated the charm the druid had given him that increased his strength by 50%--from the strength of a small bear to the strength of a grizzly bear. Meat used his grip and snapped the critter's neck in one blow. (14 points of damage, multiplied by 1.5 against the neck, for 21 points. Whee!)
While Meat was throwing off the body, grabbing his club, and getting to his feat, Merith fended off a pounce by a second critter, but was pounced upon by a third.
Meat stepped up to swing at the critter on Merith. I worried about using his full grizzly strength--if he missed the critter and hit Merith, he could easily kill Merith outright. On the other hand, the more damage he could do to the critter, the less damage the critter would end up doing to Merith. I chose for Meat to swing at full strength.
I rolled a critical hit. The critter didn't get to dodge. The mighty swing knocked it back almost its full length, and rendered it hors de combat.
The third critter ran off, and Meat failed to catch it. Oh well.
Of course, then a sea serpent rammed our ship, which is going to give us big problems getting home. But oh well.
Still, I felt cool about being able to do that powerful neck snap. I'd wanted to do the neck snap since I first came up with the character. Whee!