PCGen 5.16.1 I m coding a gestalt sorcerer/monk class; so far so good (thanks to all the excellent help I ve gotten here). Now things get stirred up a bit.Message 1 of 37 , Sep 2, 2009View SourcePCGen 5.16.1
I'm coding a gestalt sorcerer/monk class; so far so good (thanks to all the excellent help I've gotten here). Now things get stirred up a bit.
The Dragonspawn template confers a level of sorcerer on the character. Whether I apply the template before or after taking the first level in the gestalt class, the spells show up under two separate headings:
- Gestalt Sorcerer Monk
Is there any way to code that levels in the gestalt class are actually levels in Sorcerer? So that, among other things, the spells per day will advance correctly (i.e., a first-level gestalt sorcerer/monk with the dragonspawn template should actually cast as a 2nd-level sorcerer), and get only a single spell list (i.e., Sorcerer) ?
OK - Trackered , FREQ 2855040Message 37 of 37 , Sep 9, 2009View SourceOK - Trackered , FREQ 2855040
> On Tue, Sep 8, 2009 at 3:23 AM, karianna03<martijnverburg@...> wrote:
> > Tracker what exactly? The thread you mentioned had 4 bugs raised all that were trackered...
> Ok, maybe I missed it being trackered. My tracker search didn't
> reveal anything.
> FReq for figuring out how to get Class A to ADD:SPELLCASTER Class B
> and Class B receive the Domains that Class B should. Tom brought up a
> possible issue, and I haven't had a chance to look into it.
> My best case senario: BONUS:DOMAINS class-assignement 'magic' goes
> away with a new tag that assigns Domains spellcasting to a specific
> class. Doing this means that Class A can assign Domains to Class B
> when Class B normally doesn't have domains. (Think Red Dragon
> spellcasting: Sorcerer that has access to spells from several
> Tir Gwaith
> PCGen LST Chimp