This just in...
in our Unnaproachable East campaign, Iseldra, a proud spirit folk ranger, and Khan, a misogynistic Tuigan barbarian, managed to fight within 5 seconds of meeting each other. In their first battle together, while standing side by side against undead, Iseldra managed to roll '1' thrice in a round (her two attacks and her dancing whip), and all her hits landed on the barbarian who, given the amount of friendly fire he had taken, was dead after a slap from his undead foes.
Iseldra was down soon afterwards, as she was left to face the undead alone, so the party had to resurrect them both. Next session, Iseldra and Araghar, a sorcerer, try to hide in shadows to creep past their foes. Iseldra makes it, Araghar remains visible, so Khan throws him a stone to warn him that has not hidden himself well enough. He rolls a natural '1', and the stone hits Iseldra. Iseldra, who until then was one with the night, concludes she is not hidden well enough, rerolls to hide better, fails completely, the enemies see her and she is shot down with flaming arrows.
Khan unwillingly got his revenge, and i am afraid of my dice now.
Chaos is the Law of Nature, and Order just a Dream of Men