Foolamancy

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It is suggested that chances to see through a veil are determined by the number of units veiled multiplied by the number of warlords looking. In Book 1 page 107 there are 11 warlords looking for "30 or so" units giving around 300 chances. A direct multiplication would give 330 chances for that particular stack to find 30 veiled units.{{erf|1|107}}
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It is suggested that chances to see through a veil are determined by the number of units veiled multiplied by the number of warlords looking. In Page 107{{ERf|1|107}} there are 11 warlords looking for "30 or so" units giving around 300 chances. A direct multiplication would give 330 chances for that particular stack to find 30 veiled units.{{erf|1|107}}
Another explanation for "330 chances" is that each warlord rolls once against each veiled unit that it might see.  If the roll is a success, that warlord sees that unit.  The chances of winning that roll would therefore still be unknown.
Another explanation for "330 chances" is that each warlord rolls once against each veiled unit that it might see.  If the roll is a success, that warlord sees that unit.  The chances of winning that roll would therefore still be unknown.

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Canon

Class\Axis Erf Fate Numbers
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Proposed Canon

Foolamancy is one of the three disciplines of the Magic class Eyemancy; it is aligned with the axis of Numbers.Erf-b1-p038aSame-site.PNG

Abilities

Known Foolamancers

Jack Snipe: in service to Gobwin Knob and previously Faq.

Speculation

It is suggested that chances to see through a veil are determined by the number of units veiled multiplied by the number of warlords looking. In Page 107Template:ERf there are 11 warlords looking for "30 or so" units giving around 300 chances. A direct multiplication would give 330 chances for that particular stack to find 30 veiled units.Erf-b1-p107Same-site.PNG

Another explanation for "330 chances" is that each warlord rolls once against each veiled unit that it might see. If the roll is a success, that warlord sees that unit. The chances of winning that roll would therefore still be unknown.

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