I don't know what it is about them - but I just don't like them. Also, I don't like the Advanced Action quality either - I'm not sure why it

Rather than whining about this, I decided to waste some time on this and came up with the following:

Anything that would give you the Rote or Advanced qualities on an roll instead gives you the Routine quality.

There; it

*exists*, given that it is practically identical to the Rote quality in terms of what it does to the probabilities.Rather than whining about this, I decided to waste some time on this and came up with the following:

**Routine Action:**After long practice, you've become handily proficient with a certain task. When a roll has the Routine quality, each die succeeds on a 6+ rather than an 8+.Anything that would give you the Rote or Advanced qualities on an roll instead gives you the Routine quality.

There; it

*essentially*mucks with the chances of you getting successes in the same way that Rote does, while involving less rolling. Also, it feels a bit more hefty than Rote does, but that's just because Rote hides your chances a bit - it's a 70% increase in your expected successes, while Routine is a 67% increase.
## Comment