UA talk:Bell Curve Rolls

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In the 3d6 variant, what is counted as Nat. 20: only 18 or 16-18? Also, enlarging CH range looks counterproductive, as CH % is the same. -- 10:28, 25 October 2008 (MDT)

Natural successes happen on 18 only (while natural failures happen on a 3 only)- this is stated under automatic successes and failures --DemonSlayer 09:56, 14 March 2009 (MDT)


I don't think they proof read this well enough. "the agony of the natural 1" Well.. You won't get "the agony of the natural 1", you can't roll a 1. Minimum you can roll is 3. --Sabre070 00:05, 19 February 2009 (MST)

But can you imagine rolling three ones? The odds of a natural 1 are 1 in 20, the odds of three ones on a 3d6 is 1 in 216. It would be beyond epic fail. -- Jota 05:51, 19 February 2009 (MST)
It says "players used to the agony of ...", which means it refers to the usual d20 system, not the bell curve. --DemonSlayer 09:52, 14 March 2009 (MDT)


"There's no table entry for a threat range of 16-20 because no combination of weapons, feats, and magic can attain it in the standard d20 rules"

Improved Critical plus Swashbuckler? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talkcontribs) 2011-02-28 17:32. Please sign your posts!

Swashbuckler isn't part of the standard d20 rules (i.e. in the PHB, DMG, MM or SRD). —Sledged (talk) 09:58, 1 March 2011 (MST)
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