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|Example of critical hits rule.; Not the “Natural 20” rule|
|Topic Started: Jun 13 2011, 01:14 AM (70 Views)|
|Invoker||Jun 13 2011, 01:14 AM Post #1|
Example of how critical hits rule works ( Not the “Natural 20” rule ) :
Current ghouls have AC 14.
Character attacks with say a Short Sword (crit threat 19-20)
He has a total bonus of +5.
He rolls the die getting an un-modified roll of 14 (a hit), although with the bonus he has rolled a 19 the
crit check is based on the un-modified roll. Now if he rolled an un-modified 19 (still a hit) this still does
not make it a crit, it’s a Possible Crit.
At this point it can go one of two ways depending on the next roll.
The character must now roll a ‘Normal Attack with Bonuses’
Example: Second Roll # 1.
Said character rolls a 12 (un-modified) plus his bonus of +5 making the total of 17 (a hit) so the Crit was a success!
Example: Second Roll # 2
Said character rolls a 8 (un-modified) plus his bonus of +5 making the total of 13 (a miss) so the Crit was a failure!
Summary: Roll your attack roll, if your un-modified d20 is high enough to hit AND falls within the crit range
of the weapon then roll another d20 with normal modifiers in place. If this is a successful ‘to hit’ then you apply
your crit bonus to your damage (with normal bonuses). If this roll fails then you have hit normally and still get
your regular bonuses added to your damage.
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