Squashing is when a character takes a
metaphorical hammer to the dice, reducing the
Height of a set to inflate the Width. If a character
has the option to Squash, they may reduce the
Height by 2 to add 1 to the Width of a set.
Squishing is the opposite: squeezing the dice
thereby reducing the Width but increasing the
Height. If a character has the option to Squish,
they may reduce the Width by 1 to add 2 to the
Height of a set.
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Multiple sets are an
uncommon thing and achieving one
should be something to celebrate.
Accordingly, to give more “oomph” to
their dice rolling, if a character
scores multiple sets, you may
discard a single set to add 1 to the
Width of another set with a greater
You get to set that die to any number before the dice roll.
You get to set that die to any number after the dice roll therefore guaranteeing a set.
You may “pay off” dice pool
penalties using your Expert
Dice. Each Expert Die you have
may cancel a -1d penalty but
losing a nudge in the process.
Expert Die allows you to Nudge
your Expert Die by 1 after your
Therefore we can use a trait called Weapon
Reach for melee attacks. All melee weapons
have a reach rating equal to their Power plus
any modifiers. Compare the Reach of all
combatants. Characters with a lower Reach lose
a die from their attack rolls.
The target of a Close-In action can perform a
Fend-Off action to counter their opponent