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This booklet contains random number tables. In this case Fudge rolls. There are times as a DM/GM when you want to make a observation check or a skill roll but at the same time you do not necessarily want to alert your players. Maybe you are running a mass battle and you just want to speed things up. Maybe you are not in a position to take out your dice and you need to make a few rolls.

For whatever reason these tables give you the ability to produce random rolls on demand without dice.

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Steffan O May 25, 2017 8:38 pm UTC
Fudge dice are rolled four at a time. Well, at least 99.99% of the time, anyway. I sometimes use 1dF or 2dF but never 3dF.
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Peter R May 25, 2017 9:43 pm UTC
The grouping by 3 is not a reflection on how the numbers need to be used. Numbers are generally easier to remember when grouped in 3s and the rows and columns make the pages less intense on the eye.

It is only by chance that this has been an issue with the Fudge and Fate numbers but no one has mentioned it with the d12 version for example.
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Steffan O May 25, 2017 11:13 pm UTC
Ah. I see you've never played Fudge. A single roll to determine an outcome is to roll four Fudge dice at once. Pretty much always. Each plus = +1. Each minus = -1. Each blank = zero. Add all four dice together (it's easier if you remove a + and - pair, as they cancel out). This produces an end result ranging from -4 to +4, in a bell curve centered on zero. So a "grouping" of four dice is actually ONE roll.

Groupings of three are frankly useless, sorry.

No one's mentioned it about the d12s because it's useful there. You read each die as a separate result. You almost never do that in Fudge - you pretty much always read four dice together as one result.
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Peter R May 26, 2017 6:30 am UTC
No worries,

I will change the layout of this booklet. You should get an email soon to say an updated off is available.
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Peter R May 31, 2017 4:43 pm UTC
This has now been updated to groups of 4. You should have the updated files in your account.
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Peter R May 17, 2017 8:08 am UTC

Thanks for the feedback. I will happily create both of these versions if you think that will be more useful.

I am releasing one a week so I can gather feedback and improve them as I go. Next week I will release the grouped by 4 Fudge. If you contact me at I will send you a complementary copy of the Fudge document.

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Craig R May 16, 2017 10:34 pm UTC
I would have grouped the rolls by 4 dice instead of 3.

Also, I would create a D100 table instead of having to use 2 D10 rolls.

Just my D2 cents worth.
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Peter R May 31, 2017 4:44 pm UTC

This file has now been updated to be in groups of 4 as you suggested.
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