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High or Low?
Rev. Dak J. Ultimak offers tips for dealing with Luck Checks. Luck is one of the things that sets Dungeon Crawl Classics apart from many Old School games. People new to the game might need some basic guidance. Here it is. Note that the "Group Checks" sidebar is particularly useful.
Alternative Luck Checks
This article offers some good ideas for variations on rolling Luck Checks. It is written by Rev. Dak J. Ultimak.
Luck as a Guiding Force
Rev. Dak J. Ultimak offers templates for awarding Luck based upon the type of campaign the judge desires.
Lucky Strikes of Derring Do
This article, by R.S. Tilton, offers a system for using Luck to allow any character to attempt Mighty Deeds, A Warrior or Dwarf can burn Luck to roll a higher Deed Die. Included are two "Dastardly Deeds of Deceit" and the opportunity for non-Thieves to backstab.
More Options For Burning Luck
What it says on the tin. Author not listed.
Special tables for Recovering the Body, fortune telling, mishaps, and so on. Again, the author is not listed. I suspect that some judges are going to get a fair amount of mileage out of these.
The Dungeon Balladeer
Bard songs by Mark Bishop.
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