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You wouldn't happen to know the math behind it would you?

Here's a quick comparison below - @LD5, going from 2D6 to 3D6 Coldblooded, the % chance to make the LD roll increases from 27.8% to 52.3%. Skinks are basically have a 50/50 shot to not panic which is a lot worse than LD6 in the previous edition of the book wihch was a 68.1% not to panic.

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In columns A,B,C you have to write down all the permutations of 3D6 which streatches to 216 rows of data. eg 1,2,3,4,5,6 copied and pasted below each other 36 times, then 111111,222222,333333 etc in column B, then 1(36 times), 2(36 times) etc repeating in column C.

A B C D E F G H

Red D6 Green D6 Blue D6 Total (ignoring highest)

1 1 1 =SUM(A2:C2)-MAX(A2:C2) Leadership Count Probability

2 1 1 =SUM(A3:C3)-MAX(A3:C3) 2 =COUNTIF($D$2:$D$217,F3) =SUM($G$3:G3)/216

3 1 1 =SUM(A4:C4)-MAX(A4:C4) 3 =COUNTIF($D$2:$D$217,F4) =SUM($G$3:G4)/216

4 1 1 =SUM(A5:C5)-MAX(A5:C5) 4 =COUNTIF($D$2:$D$217,F5) =SUM($G$3:G5)/216

5 1 1 =SUM(A6:C6)-MAX(A6:C6) 5 =COUNTIF($D$2:$D$217,F6) =SUM($G$3:G6)/216

6 1 1 =SUM(A7:C7)-MAX(A7:C7) 6 =COUNTIF($D$2:$D$217,F7) =SUM($G$3:G7)/216

1 2 1 =SUM(A8:C8)-MAX(A8:C8) 7 =COUNTIF($D$2:$D$217,F8) =SUM($G$3:G8)/216

2 2 1 =SUM(A9:C9)-MAX(A9:C9) 8 =COUNTIF($D$2:$D$217,F9) =SUM($G$3:G9)/216

3 2 1 =SUM(A10:C10)-MAX(A10:C10) 9 =COUNTIF($D$2:$D$217,F10) =SUM($G$3:G10)/216

4 2 1 =SUM(A11:C11)-MAX(A11:C11) 10 =COUNTIF($D$2:$D$217,F11) =SUM($G$3:G11)/216

5 2 1 =SUM(A12:C12)-MAX(A12:C12) 11 =COUNTIF($D$2:$D$217,F12) =SUM($G$3:G12)/216

6 2 1 =SUM(A13:C13)-MAX(A13:C13) 12 =COUNTIF($D$2:$D$217,F13) =SUM($G$3:G13)/216

1 3 1 =SUM(A14:C14)-MAX(A14:C14)

The results in column H give the same as in your table from the troll dice roller website.

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One of the last points was "Implement math games into your classes", these days I've been searching for an online math tutor for my niece to help her in her math and science classes, this point made me realize that maybe she needs a different approach to math help like games (given that she's already taking math classes at school), I signed her up for this math tutor online app because it was a dog (pug) as the logo and in general has a "fun/kid" vibe BUT it's lacking in an engagement "fun" game approach. Is there any math games app you would recommend for grade 7-9?

Thanks!

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