Another blog by a guy who came up in the 80's playing RPG's, Wargames and some miniatures.
I'm confused but then that's just me!
Well done for working it out Dean!
I like how your rousing use of red white and blue turns a perfect storm of geekery into a patriotic endeavour ;-)Actually, it's very clever :) There must be some way to take it from out of 108 to out of 102 though, mustn't there? Eg, 1/1/1, 2/2/2/, 3/3/3, 4/4/4, 5/5/5, 6/6/6 could all be re-rolled, which should leave us with 102 possible outcomes instead of 108. That is if re-rolls wouldn't go against the rules or course.Interesting post, as always, Sean.Cheers,Aaron
Thanks Aaron. Your thought did occur to me as well but I wanted to let those who decided to populate such a table decide if they were going to have re-rolls or not. There are no rules per se, everything was just set up as out of 100 since the mechanic was designed with percentile dice in mind. CS just sparked my imagination when he was discussing the various die rolls being fiddly. Going with the theme of "everyone has d6's lying around" I just wanted to see if I could do it that way.