@Stroom said:

How most computer generated RNGs work is that they need a "seed" and they will always generate the same numbers based on the same seed. We have seen bugs where the seed has always been the same so the numbers rolled are the same throughout the game. The fact that this has already happened makes me personally suspicious about the nature of the RNG you have selected.

Is the "RNG of the seed" random enough? How is the seed generated? Maybe there are like 10 or 100 different seeds to choose from?

A random Seed is an initial value for a RNG which will offers the same number sequence every time.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Random_seed

in productive areas the aeed should NEVER be set manually. It is just set at start (e.g. by the actual time) and after this it is never touch - otherwise you could produce same number sequences.

Only for test purposes or using random values for crypt/decrypt you can set it to a Special value.

But if you want to use the rng NEVER set it.

And as I wrote above: NEVER use RNG implemented by a computer algorithm.

Use physical properties which guaranties real random numbers.