TimSmyth

February 2nd, 2021, 00:56

Hi, gang! Not sure how to do this, but I'm creating a Character Sheet for an RPG my friend created called Residuum, and it has a couple of unique rolls and I need some advice:

Whenever you make an attack, you roll up to six d6s and every result of 4 or more is a hit.

I'm sure in the catalog of available rolls I can find something like this, but here's the difficult part.

Your character gets Bonus Attack Die, which you roll to replace any of your other rolls, basically like a drop the lowest system.

If I was a character with 3 Bonus Attack Die attacking three times, I'd be rolling six d6s, dropping the lowest 3 dice, and checking to see how many of the remaining dice were 4 or more.

As it stands for my character with 3 Bonus Attack Die, I'm rolling one attack using /rolld 4d6x(a) with the 3 from the BAD kept in a linked field, but then this just shoots out the results and I check myself to see how many times I beat 4+.

Y'all are the masters so I wanted to check and see if you could help me come up with a more effective way of rolling this.

How would you do this?

THANKS IN ADVANCE!!!

Whenever you make an attack, you roll up to six d6s and every result of 4 or more is a hit.

I'm sure in the catalog of available rolls I can find something like this, but here's the difficult part.

Your character gets Bonus Attack Die, which you roll to replace any of your other rolls, basically like a drop the lowest system.

If I was a character with 3 Bonus Attack Die attacking three times, I'd be rolling six d6s, dropping the lowest 3 dice, and checking to see how many of the remaining dice were 4 or more.

As it stands for my character with 3 Bonus Attack Die, I'm rolling one attack using /rolld 4d6x(a) with the 3 from the BAD kept in a linked field, but then this just shoots out the results and I check myself to see how many times I beat 4+.

Y'all are the masters so I wanted to check and see if you could help me come up with a more effective way of rolling this.

How would you do this?

THANKS IN ADVANCE!!!