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What are the pros, cons, and hitches of having only the players roll dice?
I ran a variant of DnD3.5 a few years a go with this house rule Player Only Rolls. The basic of the idea was that the referee never rolls at all. The players roll to attack vers the creatures AC. They ...
Nov 2 '10 at 12:02
David Allan Finch
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