A simple web based die roller I made to learn Ruby, and emulate the defunct Invisible Castle.
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README Initial setup - the test command is for command line use and shouldn't really be in production 5 years ago
config.rb Let's add an ID field so we can more effectively query! 5 years ago
die.rb Initial setup - the test command is for command line use and shouldn't really be in production 5 years ago
dieroller.html Initial setup - the test command is for command line use and shouldn't really be in production 5 years ago
display.rb ok - Now just cleaning up a lot of possible issues, all the little edge case cleaning 5 years ago
roller.rb Let's add an ID field so we can more effectively query! 5 years ago
test.rb Initial setup - the test command is for command line use and shouldn't really be in production 5 years ago

README

Basically, it's a slightly lower tech version of InvisibleCastle.com

You use the dieroller.html to roll some dice, and then, use display.rb to view the resutls. Longterm goal is to emulate most of the functionality of Invisible castle.

Currently uses the format:
NdM for a roll of N dice with M sides.
If you add a ! to the end of the roll line, dice will reroll if they roll the largest number

If you add a > sign followed by a number, it will assume that you want to roll successes, and will only roll dice and count the number that come up higher than the number after the > sign