In the website treasure generation thread, something was mentioned in passing that I thought I would ask about, in the form of three examples:

Treasure Type D lists “15% chance of any 2” magic items. Does this mean (a) roll 1d100 once, if it is a 15 or less, there are two items, or (b) roll 1d100 twice, and each 15 or less results in an item?

Treasure Type N lists “50% any 4 + 1 potion + 1 scroll,” which is slightly different than the usual way of listing multiple types. If D is (a), above, is N also intended to be a single roll?

Treasure Type R lists “75% 1d3 of each category”. If D is (a), above, is that rolling a single 1d100, and if it’s 75 or less, you get the *whole* batch? Of D is (b), above, does that mean rolling 1d100 1d3 times per category, or rolling 1d100 once per category?

My perception of the website generator (without seeing the source) is that the interpretation is (b) for D and N, and “one 1d100 roll per category” for R.