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AnyDice: How to model opposed rolls from YZE?

Trish's answer is perfectly correct, but I can't resist pointing out that, for large dice pools, this is much faster: SUCCESS: d6 = 6 output 3dSUCCESS - 2dSUCCESS ...
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AnyDice: How to model opposed rolls from YZE?

Count! output [count 6 in 3d6]-[count 6 in 2d6] The left part is the aggressor, the right side the defender. Each side of the differentiation counts the 6s in the ...
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Count successes in pools of stepped dice

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Count successes in pools of stepped dice

Interactive calculator It's not AnyDice, but I have a Year Zero Engine calculator here, powered by my Icepool Python package. This is based on the Year Zero Engine Standard Reference Document v1.0; in ...
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Count successes in pools of stepped dice

Partial Answer: single die analysis## d6 and d8 are easy. You just reroll them when they have no success so it is the chance of having at least one success in two roll with such a die d6 => ~30.5% ...
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How to include pushed roll chances in anydice?

This program should do what you want: ...
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