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02/25/11(Fri)18:47 No.14040684>>14039948 Here's a similar system based on d4. It doesn't take stats into account, so it's better for a more free-form, story-based system. >Roll 2d4 and subtract the lower die from the higher. >Unless you rolled doubles, you'll now have 1, 2, or 3 as your score. 1 is a "poor roll," 2 is a "fair roll," 3 is a "fine roll." If you do roll doubles, you get the value of one die. (Double 1s counts as 1, double 4s counts as 4.) Then you can opt to again, with the new roll being added to your score. >If you roll 3 doubles in a row, your score is forfeit; this is the only to get a 0 as your final score. This is basically fumbling. >A score of 4 to 8 is an "excellence," a minor crit. >A score of 9 or 10 is a "masterstroke." Getting one of these results requires you to get doubles twice, then opt for your third roll, so they're considerably rarer and riskier, but produce more powerful results. >>The highest possible score is 11, achieved by rolling double 4s twice, then rolling 4 and 1. This roll, called a "godstroke," happens only once in 2,048 rolls. These produce stupid-awesome results. |