When To Roll

UNWRITTEN

An action will always advance the story, have real consequences, and can not be immediately repeated by either you or another character. If you fail to climb the cliff you may fall and break your leg, causing the party to need to set camp, and set your leg back in place. Or you may catch yourself halfway through the fall and find an entrance to a cave tunnel which allows you to find a different, longer way to the top. Or you may make it partway up the cliff, and realize that you could climb the rest of the way, but it would take you twice as long to do so as you initially thought it would. You will not, however make it halfway up the cliff and then need to make a second identical roll to make it the rest of the way. Actions, whether they fail or succeed, are made a single time, and advance the story.