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How to calculate advantage/disadvantage with multiple dice (e.g. 3d6, 2d10, etc.)

The Stand-Up Maths Youtube channel has done an interesting video on this subject. I've summarized the findings below. For rolling advantage with two N-sided dice, the probability distribution is ...
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How to calculate advantage/disadvantage with multiple dice (e.g. 3d6, 2d10, etc.)

Combinatorics Various methods are available depending on how accurate you want to be and the sample space size. For fistfuls of dice, you can brute-force count them: manually, with a spreadsheet, or ...
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How to calculate advantage/disadvantage with multiple dice (e.g. 3d6, 2d10, etc.)

Multiset enumeration For the most part, AnyDice operates by enumerating all possible multisets that could come out of a pool of dice. For \$n\$ dice of \$y\$ sides each, the number of possible ...
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How to simulate d616 on Anydice?

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AnyDice - Complicated Stat Distribution

HighDiceRoller has already posted a very good AnyDice program for modelling this stat rolling method, so let me just amend their excellent answer with some analysis of the results. Comparing the ...
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AnyDice - Complicated Stat Distribution

You can return an empty die d{} from a function to reject results. They will be removed from the probability space, which is equivalent to rerolling such results ...
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What is the chance of rolling at least 10 before a 1 on a d20?

Conditional probability We can somewhat formalize the answers of Karl Knechtel and Daniel R. Collins by using conditional probablity: $$ P \left(A | B \right) = \frac{P \left(A \cap B\right)}{P\left( ...
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