The Dice Bag allows you to enter an expression in standard format and calculates a random value. Examples of allowed expressions include:

- 1d10 - Number generated between 1 and 10 (simulates 1 roll of a 10 sided dice).
- 2d10 - Number generated between 2 and 20 (simulates 2 rolls of a 10 sided dice).
- 1d10+1 - Number generated between 2 and 11 (simulates 1 roll of a 10 sided dice plus 1).
- 1d10-1 - Number generated between 0 and 9 (simulates 1 roll of a 10 sided dice minus 1).
- 1d10*5 - Number generated between 5 and 50 (simulates 1 roll of a 10 sided dice multiplied by 5).
- 1d10/2 - Number generated between 1 and 5 (simulates 1 roll of a 10 sided dice divided by 2).
- 1d3+1d4 - Number generated between 2 and 7 (simulates 1 roll of a 3 sided dice plus one roll of a 4 sided dice).
- (1d4)d6 - Number generated between 1 and 24 (simulates 1 roll of a 4 sided dice and then a roll of a number of six sided dice equal to the result of the first roll).

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Notes:
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- Output is always an integer.
- The Dice Bag window can be expanded to show more complex expressions.
- Spaces are ignored.
- Maximum dice size is 100,000,000,000. GMGen & PCGen will hang if this is exceeded.
- Standard Mathematical rules apply so brackets () can be used to control order of calculation.
- The Dice Bag can also be used as a calculator. Most expressions work when entered into the Roll Expr: field.
- Really complicated dice rolls can be computed, for example (1d6)d8 will roll a d6 and then roll that many d8's and add them up.

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Use:
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When first activated the Dice Bag Tab displays one blank Dice
Bag window. You can create a new Dice Bag window by selecting
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New
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from the
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File
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menu.

To create permanent Dice rolling sets click the
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Edit
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button which will bring you into edit mode.
Double click a blank space below the Dice Expression pane to add
Dice Expressions. Use the
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Move Up
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and
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Move
Down
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buttons to change the order of your Expressions.

When you click the
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Stop Editing
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Button your
custom Dice Expressions will appear as buttons on the bottom of the
Dice Bag window.

To save your custom Dice Expressions choose
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Save
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from the
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File
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menu and give
your Dice Bag a name, the name will appear in the top left corner
of the window. You can then close the Dice Bag and open it at any
time in the future by choosing
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Open
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from the
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File
**
menu. You may have more then one Dice Bag
open at a time.