Dice rolling application using the ZeroConfig D library.
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README.md

Introduction

D-Roll is a dice rolling application. It implements zero-config/d.

Installation

composer create-project --no-dev zero-config/d-roll

Rolling dice

The standalone application allows you to roll dice on-the-fly. It also tells you when you roll a CRIT.

Crit

Because some games require a high number of dice with different number of eyes, keeping track of them can be a pain and therefore, the application can interpret human readable dice notations:

Interpreted

You will notice that one of the inputs is 3d6+10 and the last input is 6. Under the hood this gets added up to 4d6+10.

The notation is also very loose. That is why 2 D12 is interpreted as 2d12.

You will also notice that the interpreter sorts the dice by number of eyes. This adds to the readability of the output.

Tempting fate

Another part of the application will help you tempt fate. It is based on the Fate RPG.

Epic

One can supply a custom translation for fate values, to expand the list of possibilities, by supplying a file with the --config option.

A custom configuration looks like the following:

{
  "<": {
    "label": "Everything is awesome!",
    "color": "cyan"
  },
  "-1": {
    "label": "Just about awesome!",
    "color": "yellow"
  },
  "0": {
    "label": "Awesome!",
    "color": "green"
  },
  ">": {
    "label": "Ridiculously awesome!",
    "color": "cyan"
  }
}

Available colors are black, red, green, yellow, blue, magenta, cyan and white.