Dice roller ahoy!

[roll 4d3 - 4]

4d3: 3 + 2 + 1 + 2 = 8-4

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(This thread is for feedback on the dice roller, which is being maintained by @RogerBW on github. Bug reports welcome. Bug reports with fixes even more welcome.)

The big disadvantage of this system, which is why I prefer discobot, is that it doesn’t show you who wrote the original post.

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Oh well. It’s easy enough to do arithmetic.

[roll 4dF]

@discobot roll 4d3-4

@discobot roll 4d3 - 4

@discobot roll 4dF

Hi! To find out what I can do, say @discobot display help.

RogerBW suspects that
[roll 4d3-8]
will work.

Or not.
@discobot roll 4d3-8

Tut! At this rate I’ll have to write my own.

Ross rolling vs intrigue 15 d20: 8

I always include my name. Plus you can see who rolled by clicking the little red pencil icon.

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This is much like sitting across the room from two people who are desperately trying to get Alexa to play their favourite Allman Brothers album.





I started with the one currently running here, and https://github.com/Firedrake/discourse-dice-roller is the result. I plan to switch over to it next time there’s an upgrade. Advantages:

  • tags the post with the original author’s name
  • does +/-
  • does dF
  • does d% (because once I’d added support for dF, why not?)

@RogerBW asked for a die roll:
Like this (he said, hoping it would work):

3d6-7: 6 + 4 + 2 = 5
4dF: 1 + 0 + 0 + -1 = 0
2d%: 14 + 12 = 26

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@RossM asked for a die roll:
[roll20d20] this post length limit is annoying.

@RossM asked for a die roll:
[roll 20d20] did i forget a gap?

@RossM asked for a die roll:
[roll 10d20] what is the limit for a post in terms of rolls?

@RossM asked for a die roll:
d20: 12 do d20s help?

@RossM asked for a die roll:
[roll 20d6] I might break it.

@RossM asked for a die roll:
7d6: 4 + 4 + 6 + 4 + 6 + 5 + 6 = 35 7 dice? Does that work?