Im planning an introductory game next week so im making a reference sheet to speed up the learning process. However when I got to the part regarding elevations I had to reread the rules a few times to get it right. Im a huge fan of simplicity and i love OPR for making these streamlined systems, therefore in the name of simplicity I want to make a couple of suggestions.
First off I think the rules would be easier to read if the number of tests needed where represented in a table instead of an equation. It makes it more visual and easier to find quickly. It would also make the small differences easier to spot(See my next point).
For Dropping it would look something like this:
Also i noticed that the rules for dropping/leaping, jumping and falling are all different under 3". When dropping tests start at 3"<, when falling tests start at 2"<, when jumping tests start at 1"<. Its easy to miss at first. Is there a reason for this? Wouldnt it be simpler to have the same number of tests regardless of action?