On 11/9/06, Tir Gwaith <Tir.Gwaith@...
> > One of the items that I am trying to add is Interceptor Body Armor.
> > Here is what I have so far:
> > Interceptor Body Armor w/ Plates
> > TYPE:Armor.Heavy.Suit.Tactical
> > COST:30
> > WT:21
> > ACCHECK:-2
> > MAXDEX:3
> > MOVE:30
> > BONUS:COMBAT|AC|7|TYPE=Armor.STACK
> > SPROP:Lic(+1)
> > Now what makes this difficult is that in order to use this armor you
> > do not need to have any Armor Proficiency. But if you do have Heavy
> > Armor proficiency you get a +1 to your defense.
> > The problem I am having is getting the item listed, but not requiring
> > Armor Proficiency to use it.
> As in, it shows up red, and you don't want it to. First of all, the
> red doesn't actually prevent a person from purchasing and using the
> item. You could code up some BONUSes to remove the penalty and leave
> it alone...
> Better idea is to add it to "All Automatic Proficiencies" hidden feat.
> Of course, looking at MSRD, that isn't coded in, which makes it more
> Basically, all you need for the proficiency is
> AUTO:ARMORPROF|Interceptor Body Armor w/ Plates
> Here's a quick and dirty way that will get it working for your campaign:
> Add the AUTO:ARMORPROF|Interceptor Body Armor w/ Plates to the actual
> equipment object. It should show red until equipped, but won't give
> the penalty. The more proper method is to have that tag in every
> race/class, etc. In the RSRD, we have a hidden feat that is added by
> all TYPE:Base classes. (Flagged for Frank, to consider doing this to
> the MSRD for future releases).
There wasn't a need for a 'All Automatic Proficiencies' yet, as all
that modern characters gain automatically is Simple Weapons
Proficiency. I'll put it in now to allow modifying it.
> The BONUS you want is BONUS:COMBAT|AC|1|TYPE=Defense|PREFEAT:1,Armor
> Proficiency (Heavy)
> I'm not sure about the TYPE for the bonus, since I don't know Modern.
> But that ought get you to the point where you can finish your
> character. :)
> Tir Gwaith
> PCGen LST Chimp
If they should literally call it Defense Bonus, the Type as Tir
suggested would be correct.
If they call it bonus to your defense, that should be
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