Imagine your character rolls the following result against a difficulty of 6: (10, 9, 8, 4, 1). According to the rules, the 1 negates one of your successful rolls, which in this case are (10, 9, 8). How do you decide which success is negated by the 1? There will be cases where it doesn't matter, but an example of where it could matter is in a contested roll, where the rival rolled (9, 9, 4). If the 1 negates the lowest success, then your (10, 9) could be considered a win over the rival's (9, 9), but if the 1 negates the highest success, the rival's (9, 9) at least ties your (9, 8).

If you're counting 10s as double successes, when you roll (10, 1), does the 1 negate only one of the successes from the 10, leaving you with a single success, or does it negate the entire 10, leaving you with a simple failure?

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If you're counting 10s as double successes, when you roll (10, 1), does the 1 negate only one of the successes from the 10, leaving you with a single success, or does it negate the entire 10, leaving you with a simple failure?

This question probably applies across the CWoD rules, so if the moderators would like to move it up a level in the forums that's fine.

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