Passive Investigation check

3 thoughts on “Passive Investigation check

    • Zoltar says:

      Brave Maurice
      If you have seen Sherlock Holmes he could give you an idea on how passive Investigation is.

      If you enter in a empty room you don’t need to use an action to Investigate but you know how this room works, how many ppl live in, why this room is here in the building.
      If you enter in a crowded Inn you can pass through unknow ppl and know what are their jobs, because you catch details.

      DEDUCTION is the key word

  1. Jason P says:

    Are passive perception and investigation supposed to be considered the lowest we would get for an active perception or investigation roll? For Example, my character has PP and PI of 18. My GM calls for a perception roll, and my roll comes to 14. Could I then say 18 since thats my passive?

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