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  • Cyrena McVey
    It is used in the dice systems of various role playing games like Dungeons and Dragons. 2d6 means you roll 2, 6 sided dice. Usually you add them together, add your modifiers (if there are any) and you have a total sum. So for example, you roll a 4 and a 5 and you have a modifier of say +3. So adding together, you have 4+5=9 then add 9+3 for a total of 12. That is the total of what you have rolled for your role playing game with your modifier. Without the modifier, its just simply a 9 that you rolled. 
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