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Explain why Ubiquity doesn't have an asymmetrical bell curve like most dice pool systems?
A post on Pen and Paper Games forum states that the Ubiquity system does not have an asymmetrical bell curve as other dice pool systems typically do (like the D6 system). Where can I find this ...
May 5 '11 at 17:06
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