When You Don't Have A Skill When you just don't have a Skill to use, but you want to try anyway, you have one option: Simply use the STAT that the Skill you don't have is linked to and add it to 1d10. That's all you get. You are relying purely on your STAT. I cannot see a way to make a raw stat roll? The stats aren't clicky. Using Your LUCK Before you roll, you can dedicate a portion of your remaining LUCK Pool (which holds LUCK Points equal to your LUCK Statistic, and which refills at the beginning of each game session) to a Check, which increases the roll by +1 for each point in your LUCK Pool that you expended. LUCK is a powerful force that can allow the otherwise impossible to become attainable. What is the recommended way to use luck on this sheet? Critical Success When you roll a natural 10 on your d10, you've scored a Critical Success. Roll another 1d10 and add the result to your first roll. If you roll another 10, you do not score another Critical Success. Critical Failure When you roll a natural roll of 1 on your d10, you've scored a Critical Failure. Roll another 1d10 and subtract the result from your STAT + Skill + the first roll. If you roll another 1, you do not score another Critical Failure. It would be nice to handle these automatically. Functionality for role abilities is missing (CRITICAL) For example, as a Solo, you could make Combat Awareness abilities toggles that automatically apply the bonuses.