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## What is a dice pool system?

In some role-playing game (RPG) systems, the dice pool is **the number of dice that a player is allowed to roll when attempting to perform a certain action.**

## What does 2d20 mean?

2d20 is a **very cinematic action orientated system** developed by lead designer Jay Little as part of the Mutant Chronicles 3rd Edition design team. The game is built around a core mechanic of rolling under an Attribute plus Skill total on two twenty sided dice.

## How many types of dice are there?

Common variations

Faces/ Sides | Shape |
---|---|

6 |
Cube |

8 | Octahedron |

10 | Pentagonal trapezohedron |

12 | Dodecahedron |

## How many dice do you need to play dice?

The first player rolls all **6 dice**. The player can decide to keep as many scoring dice as he/she chooses, but must keep at least one. (See scoring section). Place the scoring dice off to the side and roll the remaining dice.

## What does 3 1d6 mean?

3d6 would mean “**roll three six-sided dice**.” Commonly, these dice are added together, but some systems could direct the player use them in some other way, such as choosing the best die rolled. … So, 1d20−10 would indicate a roll of a single 20-sided die with 10 being subtracted from the result.

## What is the notation used for rolling a 5?

**C** = a 5 is rolled on the second die. D = the sum of the dice is 7. E = ( 7 , 4 )

## What does 7 2d6 mean?

Damage work the same: 7 (2d6) from attack rolling 2 times a 1 would be **minimum damage of 2 Maximum damage would** be to roll 2 times 6 which is 12. 2 + 12 = 14/2 = 7 average damage.