To successfully complete each leg of the race, you must coax your frog using the roll and difficulty indicated on the marker. A successful roll means that you have successfully coaxed your frog to that marker, and can then go on to the next marker.
Command: roll vs stat difficulty ooc
Every roll made, both successful and unsuccessful, MUST be accompanied by an appropriate emote that matches the roll. If you barely passed, then you barely coaxed your frog to that marker, and the RP should suggest that you had significant difficulty coaxing your frog to that marker. If you passed with extraordinary ease, then you had quite the unusually obedient frog (yay you!), and can roleplay as such. Either way, you are welcome to move on to the next marker and task when the time comes.
If you failed the roll, you are welcome to RP that your frog nearly made it, but strayed at the last minute. If you failed miserably, then your frog is likely off doing some random other thing, like chasing a fly on the other side of the room, or trying to drown itself in a barrel of wine. Your frog is -not- listening to you at all. You will have to gather it back up, and place it back where it needs to be. Either way, you will have to attempt that leg of the race again.
Likely, the most important rule of this race, is that EVERYONE WILL ROLL AT THE SAME TIME. Otherwise, it will be impossible for the person officiating the race to tell where every person is. So, please roll, see what your result is, roleplay your result appropriately, and then wait. The person officiating the race will document (it won't take long), give a short summary to the room of where everyone is, and then tell everyone when they can attempt their next leg of the race, whether it be the same leg again, or the next one.
If anyone fails the same leg of the race three times in a row, they will need to start over, because their frog is obviously in complete la-la land. (This, of course, does not count if you are still on the first leg of the race, as there is no farther back to go.)
I thank everyone for their patience, and I hope this is an absolutely amazingly amusing race for all involved. The IC rules will be explained in game at the time of the pRPT.