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    Unity character sheet skills dice rolls

    The title says it all. I recently moved my Demon Lord game to unity and cannot for the life of me how to add something to the PC sheet to roll dice. Unless I am missing something all the sheet is good for is taking notes atm?
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    If you are using the base CoreRPG ruleset, you can click the edit button to create an attribute section, then any number of attributes lines. Then, you can drag and drop dice onto the attribute line to create a roll, and type a number in the adjacent number field to apply a modifier to the roll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moon Wizard View Post
    If you are using the base CoreRPG ruleset, you can click the edit button to create an attribute section, then any number of attributes lines. Then, you can drag and drop dice onto the attribute line to create a roll, and type a number in the adjacent number field to apply a modifier to the roll.

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    That's where I was messing up, not dragging/dropping the dice, thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moon Wizard View Post
    If you are using the base CoreRPG ruleset, you can click the edit button to create an attribute section, then any number of attributes lines. Then, you can drag and drop dice onto the attribute line to create a roll, and type a number in the adjacent number field to apply a modifier to the roll.
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    Wow. I had no idea you could do this in CoreRPG. That rocks!
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