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    M'kay when it says to roll D3 what does it mean? Does it mean to roll a D6 and divide it by two's? Or do you roll 3 D6's (mostlikely not).


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    Roll d6 and halve the result (eg. 1-2 = 1, 3-4 = 2, 5-6 = 3) is the correct thing to do there magic69.
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    Originally posted by Grimbog Elf Ater@Mar 13 2005, 18:57
    Roll d6 and halve the result (eg. 1-2 = 1, 3-4 = 2, 5-6 = 3) is the correct thing to do there magic69.
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