(This is a continuation of Blog #3) with blog 4 added on.
Solkan is correct in his observation on the forums. “Checks have greater potential for a significant swing in results than Rolls” (paraphrased).
My early alpha play testers figured out a way to get a 15D6 attack check, requiring 6+ actions, and I think that's the best they've managed (and pure theory really. If you managed all those modifiers in game then you've probably already won). When you’ve read the rules see if you can figure out how they did it. The winning answer will get all the internets.
A good rule to remember is: The dice represent the potential of the action, and the result of the test is the actual result of the action.
Submitted by Dave McLeod on Thu, 01/30/2014 - 5:13pm