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- How do I read 2d10 as a percentage? 9 answers
So rolling a d100, or percentile dice, you (typically) would roll 2d10, take one in the tens place and one in the ones place. Does this mean if I roll a 90 and a 0 (a 10) that I get 100? Does that not increase the chances of me getting a 100, since I could get it two different ways, or am I misunderstanding?
I believe I understand everything else about these dice. For instance, a 00 and a 0 are 100, a 30 and a 4 are 34, a 00 and 1-9 is 1-9, et cetera, but this one has me stumped.
Any feedback and help is appreciated!