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Firing into a swirling melee where combatants are moving around and struggling for advantage is extremely dangerous if the attacker has allies in the fight. The attack test is rolled as usual, but if the final die total is odd, a random participant in the melee is affected. (Include the original target when determining who’s hit.) Compare the attack total to the selected target’s dodge to see if it’s hit and apply damage normally.