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Re: [Deadlands uk] Online Deadlands

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  • bruce
    use a random number generator. if you have 90 chips, with 60 white, 20 red and 10 blue, rolls of 1-60 are white. 61-80 red and 81-90 blue. kep track of numbers
    Message 1 of 3 , Jun 28, 2007
      use a random number generator. if you have 90 chips, with 60 white, 20 red and 10 blue, rolls of 1-60 are white. 61-80 red and 81-90 blue.
      kep track of numbers used and reroll if they come up again.

      i use this system for adventure cards for my online ne game.
      kturock

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Joel Watkins
      To: Deadlandsuk@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Thursday, June 28, 2007 11:34 AM
      Subject: Re: [Deadlands uk] Online Deadlands


      Keep a master bag at your meatspace and do all the draws yourself?

      On 6/27/07, jasen <bearcub2u@...> wrote:
      >
      > i am gearing up for an online Deadlands with a group of friends
      > spanning the States, and i am looking for some advice. i am planning
      > to use Gametable for the battlemat, a Card Drawing program linked on
      > one of the webring sites, and Ventrilo for chatting/narration. the one
      > thing i cant cover is poker chips. any pointers?
      >
      > I had thought of using:
      > 1. a die roll based on probabilities of a given chip showing up in a
      > draw, (ugh, math) or
      > 2. an honor system with each household having a pile of chips. the
      > problem with the honor system is the odds would be skewed, since only
      > 1-2 people would be drawing from that pot.
      >
      > does anyone know of a web-based or program to randomly draw poker
      > chips? RP rewards are easily covered, since i pick which chip to hand
      > out, but the session draws and other instances are not.
      >
      >
      >

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