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The stats for perception checks are the better of Int/Wis depending on how it's used much like the stats for intimidation are Str/Cha depending on how it's used. Like most of Second Edition, this info is spread out over several books. Int based checks are covered in the Complete Thief's handbook [TSR 2111] (pg. 19) and detailed in the observation skill. This ...


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In 2e, each point of a character’s ability score gives a +5% to the chance of success. In 3e, every two points of a character’s ability score gives a +5% to the chance of success. Which is a fundamental difference. If you want scores to count the way they do in 2e but you want roll-over like 3e, you’d want to use score - 10 as the modifier to the roll. ...



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