Post by GPU Leadership on Aug 25, 2015 14:38:19 GMT
Just incase we need to decide who wins in something like a pure tank-shooting-tank fight, or whether a plane goes down or not, well. I have a solution rolz.org/join This chat page lets you roll in it, so both sides and possibly a third party can see the results, making sure we aren't just rolling till we get a ideal result or simply faking our rolls.
For example, say a Berkut vs. a Raptor.
If we just RP'd it normally, people could just deny being shot down. In come the dice.
Roll 3d6 Result: 8 (1+3+4) Berkut misses
Raptor returns fire
Roll 3d6 Result: 14 (4+6+4) Raptor lands a hit, Berkut down.
We could have agreed-upon stats such as HP and damage as if we were playing a real RP, but that's a bit much. Just roll and extrapolate that to how sucessful you are.
Also, a spearman rolling 16 doesn't beat a Hummer rolling 1
Post by Omar Al-Ghazi on Sept 18, 2015 3:35:28 GMT
Obviously, it wouldn't work like that. It would be more based around more equal odds. Because, obviously, a crusader tank's going to beat a conscript with molotovs and an AK-74.
"We should not be avoiding our fears like it is the plague. Rather, we should be charging into our fears and facing them head-on. My one fear is losing everything to anyone; but that is why we have war, isn't it?" - Omar Al-Ghazi, former Grand Warlord of the Global Liberation Army & Current Leader of Serpent Cell