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 The following table conveys the statistics for rolling the Cleromancer'​s [[cleromancer#​Aiki]] ability. Aiki is calculated in the following manner: The following table conveys the statistics for rolling the Cleromancer'​s [[cleromancer#​Aiki]] ability. Aiki is calculated in the following manner:
  
->The attacker rolls only the dice portion of their offensive formula, dropping all other bonuses. For each successful ​hit, the defender must match the die face in order to successfully defend against the attack. A match can be made by rolling the same face, or by rolling the opposite face (1|6, 2|5, 3|4). If the attacker rolls no successful hits, the defender wins+>The attacker rolls only the dice portion of their offensive formula, dropping all other bonuses. For each successful ​rolled die, the defender must match the die face in order to successfully defend against the attack. A match can be made by rolling the same face, or by rolling the opposite face (1|6, 2|5, 3|4). If the attacker rolls no successful hits, the defender wins
  
 The chart below dictates the defender'​s chance of successfully blocking an attack by using Aiki The chart below dictates the defender'​s chance of successfully blocking an attack by using Aiki
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 **Example** **Example**
  
-The attacker has an offensive formula of 7d6+5. The defending Cleromancer is using Aiki, which has not been improved and therefore has a defensive formula of 6d6. The attacker rolls 7d6 and gets [6,​6,​4,​3,​3,​2,​1]. This is three successful ​"​hits"​ from the [6,6,4] rolled. The cleromancer defensively rolls 6d6 and gets [6,​5,​3,​2,​2,​1]. The cleromancer is successful in neutralizing the attack with the following pairs: (6,6) (6,1) (4,3)+The attacker has an offensive formula of 7d6+5. The defending Cleromancer is using Aiki, which has not been improved and therefore has a defensive formula of 6d6. The attacker rolls 7d6 and gets [6,​6,​4,​3,​3,​2,​1], which is successful ​die that must be matched (6,6,4). The cleromancer defensively rolls 6d6 and gets [6,​5,​3,​2,​2,​1]. The cleromancer is successful in neutralizing the attack with the following pairs: (6-6) (6-1) (4-3)
  
 Statistically in a matchup where the attacker has 7d6 and the cleromancer has 6d6, the odds of the cleromancer defending the attack are 48%, from the table above Statistically in a matchup where the attacker has 7d6 and the cleromancer has 6d6, the odds of the cleromancer defending the attack are 48%, from the table above
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