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In an orcs and goblins army it is possible to have a character with a shield that causes a hit on the enemy for each roll of a 1 "to hit" the character. If I had a magic item that also caused him to have a -1 to hit modifier on all dice rolls made against him, and the O+G spell that makes all sixes become ones, would I be causing hits on 1s and 2s, 1s and 6s or 1s, 2s, and 6s!?
I would say 1's and 6's. The 2's wouldn't count as he didn't roll a 1, it was modified to that. But the roll of a 6 would be treated as the roll of a 1 so I would think that would meet the requirement.
I am right 94% of the time, why worry about the other 3%.
I agree. There's something unwholesome about claiming modified dice rolls (the -1) but the 6s become 1s seems to just be a cunning combination. And that's what Goblining is all about.
No more NG spearmen, thanks! Now I need some pump-wagons!
Agreed. By the same token a model that has +1 to hit would still take a hit on a roll of 1. The roll doesn't 'count as' a 2, it just has a modifier on the result.