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What is the definition of a natural roll on dice
So I am starting in the world of pen-and-paper RPGs, and sometimes the material I read mentions a natural roll, like a natural 1 is always a miss, and a natural 20 is always a hit. I understand that ...
Mar 20 '13 at 11:02
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