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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Mirage_GSM




27th Dec 2013, 7:36 PM
"Cory got 100"

Don't you think you're relying on having your characters roll natural 20s and one hundreds a bit too much?

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Critical Fail Spot Check




2nd Jan 2014, 8:53 PM
"Of Nat 20s and Nat 100s"

Some people just get that lucky. Just like how some people are literally that UNlucky.

A roll of 100 is actually a bane for me. And so it comes up a LOT more often than I'd like. 1% is actually a very high chance in an RPG, statistics be damned.

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Hotduelist




3rd Jan 2014, 10:36 PM
"100"

they seemingly were rolling a lot

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Nathan400




9th Jan 2014, 11:13 PM
"Dues ex Machina"

They don't tell us all the numbers rolled or how many rolls have been made in this comic. take a look at the fact that Luke hit that rock wall 5 times on low rolls, meaning that he likely rolled 20 times by that point alone, if not more.

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sigurdgram




20th May 2014, 9:39 PM

I'm pretty sure on the boat before the bird, they said he had to roll a 99, not a 100...

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J




12th Oct 2014, 5:24 PM
"Yeah but..."

...a 100 is more dramatic.

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TippyToe Zombie




10th Sep 2015, 3:17 PM
"How do you wanna do thist?"

I love that Cory says that, because now there's an RPG Webshow that has that as one of the catchphrases.

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Critical Role fan




25th Oct 2016, 4:24 AM
"Matthew Mercer is a great DM"

That show was what got me into DnD. I'd heard of the game before, but seeing a bunch of my favorite voice actors playing it and genuinely having fun is what got me interested.

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TridenT




6th Apr 2016, 6:27 PM
"Luck with Dice"

When I was GMing, I made it a point one session to record every single D20 roll made, and by whom. By this point we already had pretty good ideas of who had the lucky rolls, who rolled the most 1s, and so on, and it was really weird to see our jokes represented almost perfectly in statistics.

One friend rolled the most 1s, but also the most 20s, and had very few rolls between 7 and 14, strangely.

One friend, the luckiest, had the second highest 20s by just one, but only rolled 1 nat 1 all session.

Our unlucky friend, as expected, pulled the second most 1s, and didn't score a 20 all night.

My other friend only managed rolls between 4 and 14, with the only statistical outlier being a single nat 20.

Try it some time. (Helps if you're playing on Roll20 or a program that catalogues rolls.) You might find yourself surprised by the results.

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TridenT




6th Apr 2016, 6:27 PM
"Luck with Dice"

When I was GMing, I made it a point one session to record every single D20 roll made, and by whom. By this point we already had pretty good ideas of who had the lucky rolls, who rolled the most 1s, and so on, and it was really weird to see our jokes represented almost perfectly in statistics.

One friend rolled the most 1s, but also the most 20s, and had very few rolls between 7 and 14, strangely.

One friend, the luckiest, had the second highest 20s by just one, but only rolled 1 nat 1 all session.

Our unlucky friend, as expected, pulled the second most 1s, and didn't score a 20 all night.

My other friend only managed rolls between 4 and 14, with the only statistical outlier being a single nat 20.

Try it some time. (Helps if you're playing on Roll20 or a program that catalogues rolls.) You might find yourself surprised by the results.

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