Hi, I would like to quote the issue that Mike addressed a couple of months ago. (see below) I am playing around with the CoC character sheet of Roll20, but it seems that no matter what value I click and what setting I choose additional dice keep popping up on the screen. That confuses my players a lot and we decided to not use that sheet until it is fixed. We love the opportunity to see rolling dice while playing online, but if the values differ from what we see in the chat it is simply useless. Example from my roll20 account. If you try roll a listen check with the setting "Roll 3 checks" you see three individual rolls in the chat (as expected) but 12 dice on the screen. The character sheet is beautiful and I would really love playing with it. A lot of good thoughts and coding was put into this. I would really appreciate it, if someone could fix this. Thank you very much! :) QUOTE from Mike's post: "I'm liking the new changes to the character sheet quite a bit, but I'd love to get an answer to this issue. To be clear, this is not a problem that's reared its head with the newest sheet, but it is mildly annoying and continues with the latest version. Character sheet template is definitely set to "Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition by Roll20". Under campaign settings, I have Roll Behavior set to "No Bonus/Penalty Dice". Under "My Settings", all players have the following items toggled on (checked): Enable advanced dice (dice icons, drag and drop, etc.), Enable 3D dice, Automatically roll 3D dice. When rolling and regardless of whether the player achieves success, 4 dice roll on the screen. Two of the dice always add up to the same number in the chat window, and two are seemingly random. Also, two of the dice are the tens place, and two of the dice are the ones place. Ex. Player rolls a Spot Hidden and has a 60% chance of success. The dice that appear on the screen are as follows: 60, 00, 8, 4. The chat window indicates failure; the Player has rolled a 68%. I'm either misinterpreting something, have something toggled incorrectly, or I'm totally missing something. It occurs to me that if the character was made under a different version of the sheet, or if I originally had the Roll Behavior set to something besides "No Bonus/Penalty Dice", it might be holding onto an old setting. I simply don't remember if I've changed Roll Behavior along the way though. I'd say it's likely I did during troubleshooting. Appreciate your thoughts."