Usage & Hazard Dice: How to Emulate Bookkeeping with Dice

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  1. I think an undersold aspect of the Hazard Die is its easy flesh out with further d6 tables for each entry of the 6 entries. Then, rolling 1d6 + 1d6 (not too burdensome) the DM has more fully described environment that is also impactful in play. A hall mark of a great prep tool that brings an area "alive" more to the players.

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    1. totally agree!! :) there can be so much info density with just those two rolls

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  2. Great post! Also, the way you attribute sources is just... so pleasant.

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    1. thank you!! it's a new citation style i'm trying out for blog posts :)

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  3. thank you, really glad to hear! :D and people very often like hazard dice, so don't take my word for it! you should try it out and see if it works for you and your friends :)

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  4. hi, thank you so much! you are totally welcome to put this on links to wisdom :)

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