Hello everyone. Sorry if this is old and chewed, but I couldn't find anything about this on google or here.
Me and some friends are going to start playing shadowrun 4e in a few weeks. Problem is, we come from a dungeons and dragons background. All this massive eruption of d6's is going to be a lot of bother for us.
To combat that, I thought about using d100 !! Just one roll, to simulate dice pools of d6's, while preserving the original chance ranges as much as possible.
For each dice pool size, I thought about making a chart that includes the chances for
- critical glitch
- glitchy success (plus number of hits)
- success (plus number of hits)
Sadly, I forgot all about math and statistics, although I tried to do it myself until I noticed brains oozing out of my noze and onto the paper.
I wonder if there is any sane, safe and consentual way to do this, and how ?
As a side note, I'm also really bored.