Would that be the “philanthropic history” that was shut down when he used the donations for his own campaign?
Can’t be too fresh, given that rigor mortis.
Oh, they remember, they just hope their base doesn’t.
D20s are usually used for character rolls – a skill check to see if you can do something, a save check to see if you’re affected by something, an attack check to see if you hit something, etc. And usually modified by various stats – for instance, Goldie’s Wisdom check last week when she was searching the door for traps would be the result from rolling a d20 plus a modifier based on her Wisdom score (positive if it’s 12 or higher, negative if it’s 8 or lower, or +0 from 9-11, with increased numbers the further you get away from the ‘average’ of 10).
The rest of the dice are usually used for weapon or spell damage. Magic Missiles do d4+1 damage, for instance, while hitting somebody with a longsword would be 1d8 damage, or 1d12 if you hit ’em with a greataxe.
As for knowing what number you rolled, the facets on the die are (usually) clearly marked (usually numerically rather than pips like standard d6). Sometimes a particular set will have, say, a skull & crossbones instead of “1”, or perhaps a picture instead of the high number, although both of these scenarios are often kept for the d6 and rarely are combined.
Well yes, but then you don’t have a d100 which is cool. My roommate in college had a large d100 he called the “Smaug Die” he brought out in dire situations.
I have a “d3” that’s a d6 marked 1-2-3 twice
But is one of her parents’ mother Granny Smith?
Hey, she’s not forcing anybody to buy anything, she’s not lying about her product, the morals seem perfectly fine to me… for a change, with Amelia.
Feet on the pedals is fine. It’s both hands off the handlebar that could be a problem.
It’s summer, he doesn’t care where he’s going!