As a relative Exalted noob, I only recently discovered Qwixalted. It seems pretty awesome, but one thing is bugging me. Even the least competent Exalted (Trait at 1) with enormous complications against them always has 50% chance of succeeding, and even a moderate competence leads to a huge probability of success. So I wanted to ask people who actually tried playing Qwixalted - does this high rate of success actually emerge as a problem when you play? How many complications do you use and does it lead to the GM having to find additional problems to make any task at least a bit challenging? Does anybody use the optional houserule from the wiki which makes the complications add required successes instead of reducing dice numbers?