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Subject: Testing against a stat rss

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John Mack
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I cannot find where the rule explaining how to test against a stat is written. There is an example in the roleplay section. I understand that the player rolls as many dice as the stat being tested, and counts the successes. There is a threshold to obtain according to the difficulty.

Where is that explained in the rulebook?
 
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alex bermudez
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I'm pretty sure it's explained on a case-by-case basis, such as in the dungeon events descriptions, but it doesn't make sense to not have it described in its own section. Good catch, I'll make a note to update this.
 
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John Mack
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There is an event where you need to make a beef test otherwise you are "teleported" to a new dungeon but it does not say what is a test
 
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D'oh, you're absolutely right. The information there is inadequate. Again, thanks; this is definitely something that deserves its own explanation.
 
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