So here's a hypothetical for you. Two players are rolling to control something together. Maybe something like a fusion, maybe something like a giant robot. Point is they try to do something and BOTH roll a crit-glitch. Would you make it an epic disaster or make it so they cancel each other out by sheer dumb bad luck?
My vote is epic disaster. Those are a lot more hilarious.
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So, two players role one die to control the same character? Anytime it comes up the exact same number, no matter what number, I'd rule it an epic success. It shows they're in perfect sync.
If it's a fusion and they both crit fail then they should have to roll to avoid seperating as they both panic and begins to slip out of sync.
Cliff Robotnik (Guest)
Odds being what they are... I think ANY roll that's the same should be a benefit.
"Sync" is key here
I would make them fail hilariously but have them stay together perfectly. Like slipping on soap and going headfirst into the bathtub but they keep together.