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ROLLING 2 AND 12:CRITICAL MISSES AND CRITICAL HITS

If you roll a two ( ) on an attack roll, you
automatically miss the target, even if your Attack
Total would allow you to hit the target. This is called a
critical miss. Immediately deal the attacking character
1 unavoidable damage; this represents a weapon
backfire or your character straining or wounding itself
during the action. This unavoidable damage is not part
of the attack.
If you roll a 12 ( ) on an attack roll, you
automatically hit the target, regardless of what you
needed to roll to hit. This is called a critical hit. A critical
hit increases damage dealt by 1 to each successfully
hit target.
When using the Support power (see the Powers
and Abilities Card) and a critical miss is rolled for the
attack roll, the attempt is an automatic miss and the
target is dealt 1 unavoidable damage instead. If a
critical hit is rolled for the attack roll, the attempt is an
automatic hit, and you add 1 to the amount of damage
healed by the target.

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