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24th Mar 2019, 8:00 AM in Invasion of Konoha Arc
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RandomRex6 24th Mar 2019, 8:00 AM edit delete
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Otaku 24th Mar 2019, 8:56 AM edit delete reply


I'm behind in my Marvel films and I'm used to RPG systems where Perception or Skill rolls are only handled by the player if they're not something the player could attempt to metagame. If that means too much work for the GM, they're still handled in an ambiguous manner (and GM's try to throw in a few inconsequential rolls as well) to still keep the players from going "Well, I rolled poorly and the GM told me that one is real, so it must actually a fake!"

As is, Neji is GM-controlled right now; GM's have to "play dumb" all the time when running NPC's, or else every enemy you encounter would know everything about the PCs. XD

*Not sure if that is what it is called in D&D/Pathfinder; the roll for a character to notice something with the appropriate sense.
King Nano 25th Mar 2019, 3:54 AM edit delete reply
Perception, generally. Occasionally more specific skills, like various knowledges, where appropriate.
Guest 26th Mar 2019, 12:51 AM edit delete reply
Sense Motive/insight are also used for this kind of thing. In this case, Neji would be either attempting perception against Naruto's disguise (at an absolutely massive penalty due to the potency of the shadow clone jutsu, at least a +10 to naruto's disguise if not 20) or by opposing Naruto's bluff to pick out the real one from how he's acting. But Neji's perception modifier is absolutely outstanding due to Byakugan, so he might actually have the better odds there... except that Neji should also have good sense motive due to his body reading thing.

This particular maneuver would of been better represented as Naruto actively rolling bluff to confuse such attempts and rolling well, thus the bait clone that Naruto actually used.
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