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  1. I kept finding myself writing one-off scripts to feed my indecision and make a random choice. I wrote this workflow to automate my indecision. Download | Source Some of these keywords are duplicates of existing workflows, but I wanted to have all my RNGs in one workflow. Feel free to disable any keywords you don’t want or need. Oh, and you don’t have to worry about downloading a light or dark version of the workflow. The icons adjust automatically based on your theme as soon as you start using the workflow. See alfred-icons for more information about how this works. Usage choose Enter a comma separated list of values and pick one at random. roll Roll a die. Enter the number of sides, and have a random number chosen. rand At its simplest, rand just an alias of roll. For example, rand 20 and roll 20 both do the same thing. However, you can define a lower and upper limit with rand. Example usage: rand 20 rand 10-20 rand 50 70 rand 100..1000 flip Flip a coin: heads or tails. should Like flip, but with a yes or no response instead.
  2. While I was rolling up a character for D&D tonight, I found myself needing to do a few quick rolls to sort out my stats. I built out this workflow with a PHP script that lets you roll dice with the keyword 'roll'. If you want to know how it works, you can view all of the source files over at GitHub. If you just want to download it, you can click here to do so. Usage Workflow
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