I was always curious if someone has ever tried playing a game without using dice? Instead always using the statistically most probable result in resolving attacks and evades. There is always the rounding up/down, but I would assume that it would be decided upon so that it is the same throughout the game.
Without going into a debate whether or not the game should be played this way, I'm more interested in what happened in such game. Was it faster? Balanced? How did it change your tactical thinking knowing exactly what would happen? Were you more cautious or reckless? Did it change your list building thinking, and how?
The reason I won't try it myself is that I suck at math
IF you do try this, let me know how it went.
Edited by Krankenstein, 31 August 2014 - 03:22 AM.