Assign each to a color of magic. Whenever you do something using that color of magic you roll the die you assigned to it
The baseline you need for a success is 4 with – anything less than that and you may still succeed but not with the ideal results
So for example I wanna summon a Grizzly Bear but I’m real bad with green mana. I roll a 2 on my D4. Maybe I summon a weak Grizzly Bear that’s basically a 1/1 (not that this RPG uses stats like that probably). Maybe it’s a sort of illusion and vanishes when attacked. Maybe it turns on me. Maybe I just straight up summon some other green animal instead
You have five dice to assign to mundane skills as well. Stuff like longsword, athletics, first aid, guitar, etc. They work like the above except they govern doing stuff that isn’t magical. Probably anything outside of that stuff you roll a D4 on
Having advantage means you roll a die of the next unit up (for advantage on a D12 you add 2 to your roll). Disadvantage means you roll the next die down from what you would normally (and disadvantage on a D4 means subtracting 2 from the roll). So for example advantage on a D4 means rolling a D6. Disadvantage on a D10 means rolling a D8
BUT not every blue mage is the same. Maybe you’re better with artifacts. Maybe you do counter and control magic. Maybe you summon illusions. You have a specialty (maybe, maybe, two of them). The DM should take this into account when determining the difficulty check for a roll and adjust it lower for something that falls under your specialty
“Acting never was about the money for me… Maybe in 10 years, I’ll be able to appreciate the fact that I am financially stable and independent and I don’t have to make bad choices. I can be very picky.”
You’re not a bad person, you’re a very good person who bad things have happened to. Besides, the world isn’t split into good people and Death Eaters. We’ve all got both light and dark inside us. What matters is the part we choose to act on. That’s who we really are.
Because we can literally pick out the cutest things but how about those normal every day stuff that everyone does?
-Harry washes the dishes while Draco dries them off next to him, and they either have the stereo playing in the living room or they just talk quietly
-Harry told Draco all about the wonders of the thing called the internet and social media and how people can connect faster and so many opportunities found online and Draco was fascinated until he learned that it had to do with muggle technology and he dropped it
-Because Drarry can’t use technology for shit
-Harry and Draco go shopping in muggle department stores and Harry gets taken by the latest new technology while Draco struggles to comprehend what a touch screen is
-Draco takes absolutely forever in changing rooms
-Harry doesn’t mind because he’s in the changing room with Draco
-In the mornings, Harry likes orange juice and Draco likes tea but when Draco’s lazy he’ll just swipe Harry’s juice out of his hand
-Draco actually really likes toast and when Harry introduced the toaster, they only had toast every breakfast for about a month
-Draco and Harry having petty quarrels on whose turn it is to cook dinner
-Harry’s in charge of all the groceries but when it comes to toiletries and house items, it’s Draco’s area.
-When they go furniture shopping Harry likes to pick out the most horrid things only to watch Draco turn pale, mentally gag, and steer them away muttering bad things about bad designs.
-Each room in their house/flat has it’s own theme and colour because Draco maintained that habit from his Manor days.
-Harry likes bike rides and Draco prefers walks
-Draco stays up with Harry to watch the sun set and Harry watches, awake on the bed, as Draco stands on the balcony to watch the sun rise.
-Harry repainting a room in the house and getting all messy and Draco watching in amusement and staying far far away from the paint
-Harry getting paint on Draco anyways and Draco exasperatedly goes off to change. Again.
-Draco and Harry going on vacations all around the world and looking stylish and wearing sunglasses and people always stare at them but they don’t care
-Harry forcing Draco to pose near a monument to take a picture
-Draco and Harry asking some other tourist to take a picture of the two of them in front of the Eiffel tower.
-Draco forcing Harry to try new foods and laughing whenever Harry makes a face when he doesn’t like one
-Harry fighting with Draco over how much money they’re spending on certain things and trying to emphasize that just because they’re both rich they can’t just binge buy whatever they want
-Harry teaching Draco humbleness in small things
-Draco teaching Harry the beauty of elegance in small things
“I suppose whenever you go through periods of transition, or in a way, it’s a very definite closing of a certain chapter of your life - I suppose those times are always going to be both very upsetting and also very exciting by the very nature because things are changing and you don’t know what’s going to happen”