Animated Dice Roller for Tunnels and Trolls

This animated dice roller made specifically for Tunnels and Trolls™ includes the ability to roll “Add and Roll Over” (ARO) rolls for any number of dice, up to 36! Enjoy.

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Instructions: This animated dice roller requires that JavaScript be enabled. Select the number of dice to roll, enter any modifier to apply to the result, and click Roll Dice. The number of dice selected will animate in place and display their individual results. The total of the dice will be displayed, as will the total of the dice plus any modifier you entered. Change any settings you desire, click Roll Dice again; the dice will animate again and the totals display.

If you want the dice to add and roll over when all of them roll the same number, check the ARO box. Thus, for a DARO roll, such as a T&T SR, you would set the number of dice to 2 and check the ARO box. To roll a TARO roll, set the number of dice to 3 and check the ARO box.

Two control panels are provided, so you can set one of them to whatever settings you use the most, and then change the other one when you need other settings.

Tunnels and Trolls™ is a trademark of Flying Buffalo Inc.
The Tunnels and Trolls game was written by Ken St. Andre.

Author: Michael K. Eidson

I'm a software engineer, an author, a digital artist, and a music lover. I've also dabbled with composing contra dances. I've written and published a few speculative fiction short stories, online tools for gaming and fiction, and a number of Tunnels and Trolls supplements and adventures. I'm continually working on my debut fantasy novel, currently untitled. I listen to all sorts of music, primarily with female vocalists, while I'm working on all my projects.

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    1. If you are talking about the T&T 5.5 character generator that had all those monster kindreds available, you’ll be pleased to know that I’ve just resurrected it from the old eposic.org server. Blog post coming right up to announce it.

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