Austin Z. a écrit :
How exactly would those d10s differ from a d100?
In the same way that 3d6 is different than rand(16)+3. It’s not
necessarily as dramatic a difference, but IME, the incidences of the
very lows (01-19) and very highs (81-00) are not as common as those in
Not in that case ! Very simple : you have 100 possible values, ranging
from 1 to 100 … each value correspond to a single dice configuration
(it you rool 2 and 5 you get 25 and you have no other way to get 25).
Thus the probability of each value is 1/100 … and all values are
And of course you can generalize the result ^^
You want a d1000 ? take 3 d10
You want a d36 ? take 2 d6 and calculate : 6*(d6-1) + d6
You want a d144 ? take 2 d12 : 12*(d12-1) + d12