When your character uses a skill, you make a skill check
to see how well he or she does. The higher the result of the skill check
, the better. Based on the circumstances, your result must match or beat a particular number (a DC or the result of an opposed skill check
) for the check to be successful. The harder the task, the higher the number you need to roll.
Circumstances can affect your check. A character who is free to work without distractions can make a careful attempt and avoid simple mistakes. A character who has lots of time can try over and over again, thereby assuring the best outcome. If others help, the character may succeed where otherwise he or she would fail.
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