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I want to write a macro that rolls another macro and adds a fixed value.

Example:

/me is spotting with a bonus of 2

@{Charname|spotcheck} + 2

I just can't get it to work...

  • @{char|spotcheck} runs the @{char|spotcheck} macro just fine and returns the calculated value

  • @{char|spotcheck}+2 ignores the +2 and just runs the @{char|spotcheck}

  • If I enter [[@{char|spotcheck}+2]] nothing happens — the entry disappears

Same goes for each with the % instead of @.

Can be closed, I tried to add +2 to a template.

Thanks all

I want to write a macro that rolls another macro and adds a fixed value.

Example:

/me is spotting with a bonus of 2

@{Charname|spotcheck} + 2

I just can't get it to work...

  • @{char|spotcheck} runs the @{char|spotcheck} macro just fine and returns the calculated value

  • @{char|spotcheck}+2 ignores the +2 and just runs the @{char|spotcheck}

  • If I enter [[@{char|spotcheck}+2]] nothing happens — the entry disappears

Same goes for each with the % instead of @.

I want to write a macro that rolls another macro and adds a fixed value.

Example:

/me is spotting with a bonus of 2

@{Charname|spotcheck} + 2

I just can't get it to work...

  • @{char|spotcheck} runs the @{char|spotcheck} macro just fine and returns the calculated value

  • @{char|spotcheck}+2 ignores the +2 and just runs the @{char|spotcheck}

  • If I enter [[@{char|spotcheck}+2]] nothing happens — the entry disappears

Same goes for each with the % instead of @.

Can be closed, I tried to add +2 to a template.

Thanks all

    Post Reopened by Oblivious Sage, LegendaryDude, SevenSidedDie
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I want to write a macro that rolls another macro and adds a fixed value.

Example:

/me is spotting with a bonus of 2

@{Charname|spotcheck} + 2

I just can't get it to work...

edit for clarification:

@{char|spotcheck} runs the @{char|spotcheck} macro just fine and returns the calculated value

@{char|spotcheck}+2 ignores the +2 and just runs the @{char|spotcheck}....

If I enter [[@{char|spotcheck}+2]] nothing happens...the entry disapears..

  • @{char|spotcheck} runs the @{char|spotcheck} macro just fine and returns the calculated value

  • @{char|spotcheck}+2 ignores the +2 and just runs the @{char|spotcheck}

  • If I enter [[@{char|spotcheck}+2]] nothing happens — the entry disappears

sameSame goes for each with the %% instead of @@.

I want to write a macro that rolls another macro and adds a fixed value.

Example:

/me is spotting with a bonus of 2

@{Charname|spotcheck} + 2

I just can't get it to work...

edit for clarification:

@{char|spotcheck} runs the @{char|spotcheck} macro just fine and returns the calculated value

@{char|spotcheck}+2 ignores the +2 and just runs the @{char|spotcheck}....

If I enter [[@{char|spotcheck}+2]] nothing happens...the entry disapears..

same goes for the % instead of @

I want to write a macro that rolls another macro and adds a fixed value.

Example:

/me is spotting with a bonus of 2

@{Charname|spotcheck} + 2

I just can't get it to work...

  • @{char|spotcheck} runs the @{char|spotcheck} macro just fine and returns the calculated value

  • @{char|spotcheck}+2 ignores the +2 and just runs the @{char|spotcheck}

  • If I enter [[@{char|spotcheck}+2]] nothing happens — the entry disappears

Same goes for each with the % instead of @.

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I want to write a macro that rolls another macro and adds a fixed value.

Example:

/me is spotting with a bonus of 2

@{Charname|spotcheck} + 2

I just can't get it to work...

edit for clarification:

@{char|spotcheck} runs the @{char|spotcheck} macro just fine and returns the calculated value

@{char|spotcheck}+2 ignores the +2 and just runs the @{char|spotcheck}....

If I enter [[@{char|spotcheck}+2]] nothing happens...the entry disapears..

same goes for the % instead of @

I want to write a macro that rolls another macro and adds a fixed value.

Example:

/me is spotting with a bonus of 2

@{Charname|spotcheck} + 2

I just can't get it to work...

I want to write a macro that rolls another macro and adds a fixed value.

Example:

/me is spotting with a bonus of 2

@{Charname|spotcheck} + 2

I just can't get it to work...

edit for clarification:

@{char|spotcheck} runs the @{char|spotcheck} macro just fine and returns the calculated value

@{char|spotcheck}+2 ignores the +2 and just runs the @{char|spotcheck}....

If I enter [[@{char|spotcheck}+2]] nothing happens...the entry disapears..

same goes for the % instead of @

    Post Closed as "unclear what you're asking" by user17995, Oblivious Sage, Joel Harmon, daze413, KorvinStarmast
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