Use this to add chance operations in your Crystal Draughts games. Each roll of the dice gives pseudo-random results for four elements.
The first element chosen represents one group from among three groups of three game boards. The values possible are A, B, or C.
The second element chosen represents one game board from among a group of three game boards. Values are A, B, or C.
The third element chosen returns one molecule from all the molecules on one game board. The possible values are A–F and a–f. There are twelve possible choices.
The last element is the atom on one molecule. Possible results are a, b, c, or d.
Each roll of the dice gives you the specific atom on a nine-game-board configuration. Use only the elements you need to for your game.
To understand the notation for the Crystal Draughts game space, read the game manual here.