Each of the graphs below was created by simulating 100,000 dice rolls for each die in each graph (400,000 to 900,000 rolls per graph and 6,000,000 total rolls). The work was inspired by A Treatise on Different Dice-rolling Mechanics in RPGs. The graphs were created using TimidRobot/rpgdice · GitHub.
The 2nd line of the title is an attempt to describe the dice simulated. They are shown in the top left corner of the graph.
While Despair and Triumph do not cancel each other out, Despair is graphed to the left of zero to maintain its sinister meaning.
Probabilties below 0.5% were discarded.
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