The problem here has nothing to do with the stress die. Rolling a 2 on 1A1 is perfectly fine. The unexpected part comes after that, in the next dice code: 1d10+1, which in this case came out to 2. Now we're coming to a particularity of the Rolz dice parser: you made two rolls, each with a result of "2", and the end result is shown as both of them concatenated to "22".
I could have chosen another behavior for this, say, to add the numbers instead of appending them, which would have resulted in a "4".
However, I think the result most players would expect is "2 2", so showing both results with a space in between, because that's what you entered originally: two independent dice codes with a space in between.
The million dollar question is: how much will it irritate 'old' users if I make this change? |