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tahthing wrote:Flip the number of coins equal to the number of sides of the dice normally used (if 2 dice are used then flip coins for both), count the number that landed on "heads" that is the roll score.
birdman wrote:tahthing wrote:Flip the number of coins equal to the number of sides of the dice normally used (if 2 dice are used then flip coins for both), count the number that landed on "heads" that is the roll score.
Oh, and that isn't going to skew results at all.
warman45 wrote:you're not just gonna skw the results a LITTLE there gonna be WAY off
my solution is make a die with paper a pencil and something sharp
birdman wrote:tahthing wrote:Flip the number of coins equal to the number of sides of the dice normally used (if 2 dice are used then flip coins for both), count the number that landed on "heads" that is the roll score.
Oh, and that isn't going to skew results at all.
Whiny Loser wrote:What if I don't have 3 different denominations of coins?
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