ASSENSING RESULTS HAVE BEEN ADJUSTED TO ACCURATELY REFLECT RESULTS
Okay, first off that last roll was a critical glitch, not just a failure, so we will assume your spent edge downgrades it to a normal glitch and is still a failure, the effect of which is 2 boxes of unresistable stun, we will call it trying so much unfamiliar magical activity in your current state.
Male human-Uninitiated adept with magic power equal to yours, good health, calm, no implants, rather bland and not someone you have ever met.
Female Ork-Mundane with signifigant loss of essence, about a third of a body's total capacity. Currently calm, signs of recent minor muscle strain and superficial damage that has just recently been recovered from (She has been roughed up in the last day, with no serious effects) Again, a stranger to you.
Asian elf- Awakened, calm, unhurt.
Asian human-Mundane, calm, unhurt.
Elf next to you-Awakened mage that you are unfamiliar with, calm, unhurt.
Ginger Elf-Mundane, becoming somewhat agitated as his awareness increases, but otherwise unhurt.
Here's my assensing rolls for all the others. They are in the same way Crossbow described them (so first the two in each others arms, then the next group, and so on, with the one up as last).
assensing 3 + intuition 3 =6 (6d6.hits(5)=4, 6d6.hits(5)=3, 6d6.hits(5)=1, 6d6.hits(5)=1, 6d6.hits(5)=2, 6d6.hits(5)=1, 6d6.hits(5)=0)
I spend one edge to reroll the last one (p74, use of edge to reroll all dice on a test that did not score a hit
assensing 3 + intuition 3 =6 (6d6.hits(5)=2)
That's it for this set of die rolls.
PS: maybe it's easier to keep the rolls in the IC, but in a spoiler tag. That way they stay with the post they are rolled in. I've done so in other games and I think it's easier.