Dicing is one of the current methods of gambling. The way it works is that you will have to find a Dicer. They'll have to be willing to host you, they are not under any circumstances compelled to host you. NOTE: You will need atleast 5b experience to use the ;;dice command.
How do I know if someone is a Dicer?
If someone claims to be a dicer, make sure to look for their donator icon. If the player is a staff member, the dicer icon will not be prioritized over the crown. The icon you'll want to look after is:
How would I proceed if I were scammed during a game of dice?
Simply report this matter to any staff member and they will look into the case accordingly. If you would like the case to be resolved faster, please provide proof as soon as possible, E.g., Screenshots, Videos.
If you do not follow these rules you will risk getting a strike as a host. If you get a total of three strikes your dicer rank will permanently be revoked.
Blackjack is probably the most commonly hosted dice game out there. It goes by the concept of getting the highest number in the end of the 2 parties, without running above 100, can also be referred to as "busting".
How does it work?
When you've agreed on a payback that both parties think is fair. It'll be the better's turn to roll, you will want to add your rolls. (If the dicer has rolled the dice more than once for you.) E.g.;
[Dicer]: The Host rolled 13 on the percentile dice.
You'll have the option to either "Hit" or "Stay" (Can also be referred to as H/S). If you say "Stay", it'll be the hosts turn to roll, if he beats your 13 without running above 100, he'll win. However, if he roll a number under 13 he'll have to roll again and add those numbers up to beat your 13. However, lets assume that you said "Hit". You will now have another roll to get a better number.
[Dicer]: The Host rolled 45 on the percentile dice.
Now your new number is 58 (13+45). You can hit as many times as you'd like as long as you don't go above 100 (This will cause you to automatically lose). Lets hit again.
[Dicer]: The Host rolled 41 on the percentile dice.
Your new number is now 99 (13+45+41). This is when you say "Stay". Now it's the hosts turn to beat your number. It works exactly the same as it did for you. The only difference is that he won't have to option to stay on a number as that will make the host automatically lose. The host either has to bust (Go above 100) or beat your number.
On equal numbers; 78 vs 78, the host will have to BEAT your number, which means he'll have to roll again.
55x2 is the second most common hosted game of EradicationX history. Probably due to the simplicity behind it. If you wish do to E.G 60x2, feel free to do so but the same rules still applies.
How does it work?
This is quite straight forward, after agreeing on paybacks, the host will roll once, if the roll is above 55, the better wins. If it is Anything below 55, the host wins.
If you hit 55, it's a win for the Host.
This basically goes by the same concept as BlackJack but it's still quite different. To play this dice game, two different dicers are required to duel each other. If you want to set any more specific rules, make sure to point them out before you start the duel. You'll also have to agree on the pot before you start the game.
How does it work?
Before anyone roll the dice, you'll make up the rules. You'll decide who leads (who's going to roll first), how many rounds E.g. FT3 (First to 3) or Bo3 (Best of 3). After doing so, the leading host will roll the dice, the other host will roll shortly after. It will look like this.
[Dicer]: Papi rolled 87 on the percentile dice.
[Dicer]: Sadie rolled 86 on the percentile dice.
As you can see, Papi got the highest number of this round, which will give him a point (1-0). This will keep going until you're done.
If you roll the same number, it will either be a re-roll/a point for both, this will depend on what rules you decide to play by before you start the duel. You may have heard someone say "FT3 no RR" before, that basically means "First to 3, no re-roll when rolling the same number". This may cause confusion, and thereby involving a staff member might be necessary.
Therefore, we've decided to make re-roll when hitting the same number the rule that'll apply unless anything else is mentioned before the duel starts.
If you find the dice rolls in chat annoying, you can toggle them ON/OFF by simply using the command ";;Hidedice" ingame.
EradicationX - Staff Team