For those who don't understand how that roll works, in Shadowrun you roll a pool of D6's. When you hit 6 on any die, aka the highest you can roll on it, you roll that die again and add the result from that to 6. Hit 6 again and repeat until that dice comes up NOT 6 or the GM stops you. To reach 30's EACH of Jake's dice rolled on 6 AT LEAST 5 times. As opposed to her usual history with glitches, rolling flat one's, which did skew Bonnie's calculations of the odds simply based upon her usual track record.
Edit: Life got super duper busy so couldn’t get around to doing a page. Will try to get one up soon-ish though.
Hm, I'm beginning to wonder if the way Gems work is going to be changed, given the referral to Yellow Diamond as a 'boss,' making it sound less like a servant-and-queen relationship and more like an employee-employer relationship. But perhaps the 'boss' terminology is just to simplify things? Anyway, this is really entertaining and I am impressed by how you've done Peridot's redemption!
...I just have to wonder how things are going to go with Lapis...
I hope the entire "I Quit" rant is as explosive as it is a precision dismantling of Yellow Diamonds illogical fallacies, from the ever logical mind of Pery Pery Quite Contrary.
No I don't know why I call her that.