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Multiple dice give you a discrete, "blocky" distribution similar to normal when they are added together. This occurs because there are more combinations that sum to results in the average range and fewer combinations as you approach the high and low end of the possible results. For example, with 2 6-sided dice, there is only one combination that produces 2, ...


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Just roll a d1000 in anydice. The probabilities for rolling 3d10 as the 3 tens places will be exactly the same as rolling a d1000. These answers shows the math for d100 vs 2d10, it's exactly the same story here just times ten. The point of using d1000 is that probabilities are easy to calculate: the chance of the number or less is equal to the number in ...



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