**Nurglitch wrote:**If hitting and wounding were opposites, like you rolled high for one and low for another, I could see this working.

Though again that would prevent units (such as Orks) from ever wounding hard-to-wound models, as they wound hit on a 5+ but need a 3 or less to wound - so none of the hits would ever wound!

I guess you could add the to hit and to wound together and roll a

D12 for it - EG orks needing 5's to hit and 4's to wound need a 9+ on a

D12 to hit and wound. 12's always succeed, 1's aways fail.

It's actually a smooth way to go, actually, not sure how it affects the probability though...

5's then 4's is 1/3 followed by 1/2, so 1/6 chance of success

9+ on a

D12 is 1/3 chance of success

so no, not comparable!

2's then 2's is 5/6 and 5/6, so about 0.7 if I'm maths-ing correctly.

4+ on a

D12 is 3/4, so 0.75

so that side isn't so far off...

perhaps if you had to exceed it...

10+ on

D12 is 1/4, closer to 1/6 (3/12 as opposed to 2/12)

5+ on a

D12 is 1/3, or 0.66... so stil lnot quite the same.