Hope you can use this:bveld wrote: ↑Wed Sep 20, 2017 8:14 pmYes, these are the tests I have usually used hidden rolls for in D&D (+ Stealth). For example, it adds an additional level of tension when the player doesn't know whether the innkeeper they are talking to is telling the truth or they just cannot tell...
Anyway, thanks for your input.
It is not necessary to make any hidden rolls, because there are no free rolls.
So when a player asks to test his Insight to tell if the inn keeper is lying, then, as per the rules, he will get the disired result on a success (he will learn if the inn keeper is honest or hiding something. Great success is needed for more information)
On a failure the Tolerence will drop one level, if it is during an encounter, or something unfortunate will happen, like someone noticing the playes interest and confronting him with it...
You'll have to do it this way, how else invoke traits or spend Hope.
All tests that result in an Eye increases Eye Awareness, so no tests are for free!
Anyway, it works very well this way