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Ranald's Bones is the name given to the item-collecting minigame that happens at the end of any successful mission. It consists of 7 dice that are thrown to determine the rarity and type of the item obtained. The more dice score a "hit", the better the rarity of the loot. The quality of these dice can be improved to score "hits" more easily, as described below (paragraph extracted from the [[Guide to surviving the Vermintide: For Beginners]]):
 
Ranald's Bones is the name given to the item-collecting minigame that happens at the end of any successful mission. It consists of 7 dice that are thrown to determine the rarity and type of the item obtained. The more dice score a "hit", the better the rarity of the loot. The quality of these dice can be improved to score "hits" more easily, as described below (paragraph extracted from the [[Guide to surviving the Vermintide: For Beginners]]):
   
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By bringing tomes and grimoires to the end of the level and reaching Ranald's Bones with them, you'll replace one of your regular die with a different, better die. Each die will always either result in a ''Hit'' or ''Miss''. Better die have a higher chance of getting a ''Hit''. For every ''Hit'' you get, you move up in the line of items. (i.e. if all 7 dice gets ''Hits'', you receive the item right at the top of the line)
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By bringing tomes and grimoires to the end of the level and reaching Ranald's Bones with them, you'll replace one of your regular die with a different, better die. Each die will always either result in a ''Hit'' or ''Miss''. Better die have a higher chance of getting a ''Hit'' and that's what you want, cause for every ''Hit'' you get, you go up in the line of items. So if all 7 dice gets ''Hits'', you'll get the item right at the top of the line.
   
 
*Bone Dice are the default dice you roll, you start out with 7 of these, and they get replaced with the better ones you get in the game. They have a 2 in 6 chance of getting a ''Hit''.
 
*Bone Dice are the default dice you roll, you start out with 7 of these, and they get replaced with the better ones you get in the game. They have a 2 in 6 chance of getting a ''Hit''.

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