I’ve decided to experiment with the game a little bit more. I like how the player character can have action points, which let them take extra actions. However I’ve noticed that in the Paragon tier there are a couple of different kinds of benefit points which work differently. One such benefit point is the luck token, granted by the various lucky character paragon paths and one’s associated with the goddess of luck from the corebook: Avandra.
From the next couple of sessions, why don’t we try out these luck tokens. Let’s say each time you expend with a daily attack power and hit no targets, total whiff, you gain 1 luck token.
Luck tokens remain until you spend them or until you take an extended rest, at which point you remove all unexpended luck tokens. You have no limit to the number of luck tokens you can spend during an encounter, but you can spend only one token per turn.
Whenever you make an attack roll, saving throw, ability check, or skill check on your turn, you can expend one luck token after seeing the result. Roll a d6. On a result of 1–3, you gain a +1 bonus to the triggering roll. On a 4 or 5, you gain a +2 bonus to the triggering roll. On a 6, you can reroll the triggering roll and use the result you like.
I’m also thinking of letting you sacrifice your Fortune’s Nod boon for five luck tokens. As well as giving everyone two tokens next time we play and three extra for Peko (as a reward for those adventure journal posts).