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UPDATED NOTE (3/23/16):  The charts found within are intended for Player Characters to use.  The critical successes were not designed for NPC usage AGAINST players.  We urge commonsense and DM discretion based on PC level.  One of our very basic tenets of role-playing is that it is the DM's job to keep things fun.

Some Dungeon Masters enjoy allowing their players to describe their natural 20s and they relish in creating clever and, often, painful consequences of their natural 1s.  This document provides useful charts for those that like to let fate decide the outcomes of the good hits and the bad misses.  Within this document you will find convenient charts for player characters whether they are dealing bludgeoning, piercing, or slashing damage.  You will also find charts for their spectacular failures.  Roll percentiles!

There are 5 different charts depending on the type of weapon being used.  Included in this number is also a critical fumbles chart.  Add spice to your game with this supplement.  Enjoy!

 
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May 18th, 2017
I like the ideas behind this. We DM's have the ability to adapt and introduce new rules to our games. I could see myself adpating parts of this to fit my style. I might let the player choose between a special result or the extra damage. I realize [...]
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April 13th, 2016
Good fun! As with all things D&D, the DM will need to make sure any results fit the situation. I like that the BEST Good Hits can have consequences for the PCs but it's nothing a party couldn't work around with just a little cleverness or maybe tak [...]
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March 13th, 2016
This doesn't even follow the flow of 5th edition material. The charts are extremely harsh and most effects are impossible to overcome unless you're a high level character with a cleric on hand. The fumble chart contained herein is just plain silly. Non [...]
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