Nice that you liked it! You can always change the difficulty of an action: instead of 6, just assign 5-6 or 4-6. Also, you can use the same idea if choose to roll 1d10: as rolling a 6 on 1d6 means 16,67%, and rolling a 10 on 1d10 means 10%, just use 9-10 (20%). Thanks for sharing your thoughts!
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You can roll a different die if you want to. During playtests, this issue emerged as a Priest not skilled in combat trying to protect local folks against undead. Instead of rolling 1d8 (his Skill Die), the player rolled 1d4 to fit the PC role. This and other many rulings should appear in the next version of the game. Thanks for your feedback!
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This means you can use it as long as it is credited ("illustration by Horos" or something like that), and use it to illustrate something that isn't sold (a free game or a non-commercial game) :)
If you have any questions, just let me know! <3
This session in particular was a succession of good player ideas, one after another. Abias had some clever insights! The whole plan didn't lack the randomness of dice rolls: it was pure strategy and creativity! That's what this game is all about! Overcoming challenges with just a few resources! <3