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Use the vanilla proficiency to calculate passive skills. Passive perception is there for several reasons, but mainly, to avoid rolling dice. That's why passive skills are always a 10 + modifiers. 10 is the rounded down average of a d20 (10.5 is the total average). Proficiency dice optional rule use the dice average number closer to that proficiency number. ...


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Passive perception is new to 5e. You have to make the choice to leave passive perception as is or have them roll whenever something interacts with their perception. The whole point of passive perception is to help the DM interact with his players when using stealth or hidden actions on field without tipping off the players. It's pretty lame when you tell ...



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