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Is it possible to get more successes than you have dice in your pool in Ubiquity?
With reference to this question and this answer, I wonder if ubiquity has a rolling up mechanic, to allow the slight possibility of exceptional successes. So, Is it possible in Ubiquity to get more ...
Apr 17 '11 at 12:49
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