This sounds interesting, but the hit locations table must be relatively
small, since it means that you don't have the full range of percentage rolls
for possible reversals (On a roll-under system presumably your chance of
actually hitting a target on a 90-00 roll is very rare, most of the time you
are shaving at least 10% off the local range).
I'm not sure what exactly you mean by the above. All attack rolls are
reversed. Hit Locations table must be relatively small ? Shaving at least
10% off the local range ?
What is the body location table range that they use in regards to numbers?
Below is the hit location chart. After rolling to attack, reverse the two
numbers (If you rolled below your chance to hit).
Reversed Roll Area hit Relative percentage
01-15 Head 15%
16-35 Right Arm 20%
36-55 Left Arm 20%
56-80 Body 25%
81-90 Right Leg 10%
91-00 Left Leg 10%
This is the same as I use, but I believe I'll jumble it around abit so I
don't look like I'm just copying it from somewhere else.
Anyways, as always.
Knight of the Rose
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