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    When a pc targets an npc, the npc's defense shows up correctly in the die roll calculation to determine a hit, but when reversed the pc's defense is not shown to determine if an npc has hit them.

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    I've just done a quick test and it works OK for me.

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    Targeting only works one way. Have you targeted the PC from the NPC? And are you rolling the attack from the NPC linked in the combat tracker (not the generic NPC record from the campaign data)?

    If you're doing the above then please provide a screenshot similar to mine showing the issue.
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    OK, So I can't bring up a generic NPC record from the campaign data, link it to the tracker and then roll from said generic sheet. I did not realize that. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Claybor View Post
    OK, So I can't bring up a generic NPC record from the campaign data, link it to the tracker and then roll from said generic sheet. I did not realize that. Thanks.
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