When faced with a decision about an action to take in a strategy game what do you prefer? A) No displayed info about chance of success until after the fact / learn to assess it over time playing from past results B) General info about chance of success before submitting the action, like "good chance", "hopeless" etc C) Getting a numerical value, like "chance of success = x%" I'm torn between B) and C), tending towards C) atm but that might be because I have a gambling background. I feel more involved / affected by hitting or missing a "70%" chance than a "good" chance but I'm probably biased. I like that the player can make adjustments before sending the action and see the % value change - but that could be done with B) as well if I put in lots of steps. I could also omit the actual % numbers in A) and just show a bar that is filled to x%. B) is better for players who dislike numbers (is that even a demographic given they play a turn based strategy game in the first place?) and could offer more flavor than cold numbers I guess. Curious to hear your thoughts!