Are there tests that characters in a #dnd game could run where through the scientific method and no meta-gaming determine that the outcomes of their actions are determined by discreet random number generation.
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Sometimes random chance aligns so perfectly with the actions of the players that it almost makes me feel like I need to show my players my secret tables so they can appreciate how lucky they are.
In the last session, the PCs convinced an important NPC to betray her allies.
Then, while making my usual roll to see what major world events occur between sessions, the dice told me that the god which that same important NPC secretly serves has decided her allies have outlived their usefulness and wants them destroyed.
That result had a roughly 4% chance of occurring.
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