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Rolling four blanks on 4dF yields the most-common outcome, zero, but it's one of the three most-uncommon rolls. It's exactly as unlikely as rolling a -4 or rolling a +4.

Have any of you made house-rules for something special to happen, or some special significance, of a four-blanks roll?

Answers from the Fudge point of view or from the Fate point of view are all welcome.

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