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Subject: The attacking population example on p.20. rss

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Viktor Karlsson Mantel
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Hi

I dont understand the example in the rulebook.

The 3 interceptors fire with one die each, they roll 6, 3, and 2.
The 6 is a hit and one cube is destroyed, but then the text say 3+3=6 a second is destroyed. I assume that one of the 3 in the (3+3=6) is from the die that was just thrown. but where does the other "3" come from?
I would understand if the last die (the one that was a "2") were a 3 instead, and that you could combine these two "3" to a six and in that way destroy the second cube.

But that was not what the example said, can someone plz explain to me

Sry for bad Eng, writing in haste!
 
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Jeremy Diachuk
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You never combine dice. In the example, the Interceptors have +3 computers so add that to their roll. Thus a roll of 3 is a total of 6 (a hit) whereas a roll of 2 is a total of 5 (a miss).
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