Difference between revisions of "Roll over"

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In a roll over system, rolling higher is better. You attempt to beat a specified value by your roll including helpful modifiers and negative penalties. Roll over systems tend to have [[critical]] rules that come into play when the maximum possible unmodified outcome on the [[dice]] is achieved.
 
In a roll over system, rolling higher is better. You attempt to beat a specified value by your roll including helpful modifiers and negative penalties. Roll over systems tend to have [[critical]] rules that come into play when the maximum possible unmodified outcome on the [[dice]] is achieved.
  
Not to be confused with [[FATAL|bend over.]]
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Not to be confused with [[FATAL|bend over.]] That is what happens if you fail.
 
==Games that uses a Roll over mechanic==
 
==Games that uses a Roll over mechanic==
 
* [[d20]] system games
 
* [[d20]] system games

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In a roll over system, rolling higher is better. You attempt to beat a specified value by your roll including helpful modifiers and negative penalties. Roll over systems tend to have critical rules that come into play when the maximum possible unmodified outcome on the dice is achieved.

Not to be confused with bend over. That is what happens if you fail.

Games that uses a Roll over mechanic[edit]

See Also[edit]

Roll under