That's NOT how James explained it. Dice influence is merely the act of tossing. Dice control is exerting influence. Ok...but that's NOT how James explained it. Again...that's NOT how James explained dice influence and dice control. Dice influence is merely the act of tossing. Dice control is influence. You seem to infer that I AM making this statement. I am not. These are James' explanations for dice influence and dice control. Take it up with him. Absolutely not. For me, dice influence is the act of influencing results that are not random. It could be a higher SRR than 6. It could be an extra 6 per 36 rolls. Well, neither do I. I am merely stating to you that James has a totally different interpretation of DI and DC than you. Ok. That's right. You need to prove nothing to anyone else. You also cannot expect people to affirm your claim...especially if they don't really believe in DI. They may say nothing, they may say it was random or they may simply say glad you won. You can't pick for them.