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thirtythr33 wrote:With the removal of botch/fumbles, are all failures now relegated to the same result or are there still "degrees of failure"?
Since we have degrees of success, there are degrees of failure also, yes. We actually removed fumbles a loooong time ago, but I'm guessing that this image simply reminded Agamemnon that fact.

As for making it a lever, not sure what it would add on top of the degrees of failure. And yes, we did take a few pointers from AW. :)
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higgins wrote:
thirtythr33 wrote:With the removal of botch/fumbles, are all failures now relegated to the same result or are there still "degrees of failure"?
Since we have degrees of success, there are degrees of failure also, yes. We actually removed fumbles a loooong time ago, but I'm guessing that this image simply reminded Agamemnon that fact.

As for making it a lever, not sure what it would add on top of the degrees of failure. And yes, we did take a few pointers from AW. :)
Yeah. I just found the picture and thought it was an apt joke to make.

We have a degree of success/degree of failure system.. as well as an alternate take on that for people who have more particular tastes.
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Interesting reading about the lack of town watch in the middle ages:
https://www.blackgate.com/2015/11/24/an ... =hootsuite
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Sword & Sorcery classics.

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WTF is looking out of her arse??? Is she filling balloons with farts while climbing the cliff?
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I think it's her Chainmail of +2 Charisma.
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EinBein wrote:WTF is looking out of her arse??? Is she filling balloons with farts while climbing the cliff?
You really don't want to make a riddle out of that :lol:
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Clearly an Amulet of Protection Against Hemorrhoids +4...
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You have to wonder what disadvantages he has...
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Even as our work is done on the computer, I find this way too easy to relate to.
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I've often told Higgins we should make our alpha docs public if only so people could read the madness that went on in our comments and notation.
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At least your keyboard is not hairy... ;)
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Korbel wrote:At least your keyboard is not hairy... ;)
I have long haired cats. :(
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Agamemnon wrote:I've often told Higgins we should make our alpha docs public if only so people could read the madness that went on in our comments and notation.
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