[Realease] 3D20 Basic D20 Dice system for Dungeons & Dragons

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    Edit: Turns out I can't spell so. Yeah. "Realease"
    The game dungeons and dragons uses a dice system known as d20.
    It includes:
    A 20 sided die(d20)
    A 12 sided die(d12)
    A 10 sided die(d10)
    An 8 sided die(d8)
    A 6 sided die(d6) (normal die)
    A 4 sided die (d4)

    This is just a random number generator with ranges matching these dice.
    I play dungeons and dragons and I was too cheap to buy a set.

    This was my c++ learning project and my first time making homebrew so it's not that fancy.
    There is a cia as well but for some reason, it does not show up on the home menu though you can still run it from FBI.

    Github: https://github.com/goodiesohhi/3D20
     
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    Cool stuff!
     
  3. OfficialBrony

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    Finally! Now when I play with my friends I can just use my 3ds!

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    Yeah I'm working on replacing the current random algorithm with seeded ones as well as making a dice image with the result of the roll instead of just numbers.
     
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    I mean, it shouldn't be too hard.
    I mean, I know nothing about coding. I can't even figure out "Hello World".


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    It's not. XD. Also I'm new to this as well. The dificult part in my opinion is setting up. The code part itself is easier. Well. Until you get to what others are doing. Emulators and whatnot.
     
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    Hmm...
    Maybe, just maybe you can teach this young grasshopper...
    I would love to learn, lol.

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    First place to start would be to learn C++ and stuff like that. It's not to hard if you put your mind to it. Then familiarize yourself with the cli (command line interface) and git and stuff like that.