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PIP

Player Initiative Point
A spot on a die. The number of spots on the uppermost face of a die when rolled is also referred to as PIPs

Used in DBA and HOTT games to denote number of actions available based on a dice throw and number required (e.g. to move takes 1 pip)

Original definition 24 January 2011 3:50 PM by Andrew Beasley.

Last revised 15 December 2014 5:43 AM by MajorB.