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==Failure==
 
==Failure==
  
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'''Lack of Success''' -- Lack of success in rolling your character's skill does not necessarily mean that he has failed. It depends on the situation.
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'''Lack of Success''' -- Lack of success to roll under your character's skill does not necessarily mean that he has failed. It depends on the situation.
  
 
:Example: ''If Gru rolled 5 on his second Climb roll, he does not fall to the ground, he just does not climb further without trying again.''
 
:Example: ''If Gru rolled 5 on his second Climb roll, he does not fall to the ground, he just does not climb further without trying again.''
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:Example: ''If instead Gru had rolled 5 using his Jump Skill to cross the deep crevice, it '''is''' a Failure (but not a Fumble.) In this case the GM will usually allow Gru the opportunity to use one of his other skills (such as Climb) to grab the other side before falling down, or use a Luck Roll to see if a limb, vine, or friendly hand helps him up the other side.''
 
:Example: ''If instead Gru had rolled 5 using his Jump Skill to cross the deep crevice, it '''is''' a Failure (but not a Fumble.) In this case the GM will usually allow Gru the opportunity to use one of his other skills (such as Climb) to grab the other side before falling down, or use a Luck Roll to see if a limb, vine, or friendly hand helps him up the other side.''
  
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'''Roll of 1''' -- A natural roll of 1 is never considered a success, no matter how high the character's skill, though, as described above, such a roll not always a failure.
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'''Roll of 1''' -- A natural roll of 1 is never considered a success, no matter how high the character's skill, though, as described above, such a roll not always a failure.  
  
 
==Fumble==
 
==Fumble==

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