Yes: use Templates. Make two templates, one for Fighter Favored
class, one for Wizard favored class. You can make it invisible so it
doesn't even show up anywhere, or go so far as to have an SA:Wizard
Favored Class (for example). The tag for adjusting Favored Class
would be FAVOREDCLASS: (only available in Template.lst). You would
also want a !PRETEMPLATE tag pointing to the opposite template, so no
character could concivably get both somehow (unless you want them
able to get both...)
In the Race line, you would want TEMPLATE:CHOOSE:<xx>|<yy> where the
<xx> and <yy> are the names of the Templates you created. In the
forgotten realms files they list the Favored class in the race file
as a period '.' I don't really know why, but I haven't really dealt
with that in depth. I believe it is because the Favored class
granted by templates are in addition to any other favored classes.
So you would want that in your files.
The only thing that does differently is that it requires a choice at
the race selection, not the aquiring of Fighter or Wizard level. A
way around that is to ajust the Figher or Wizard classes with the
Template addition, and make sure your templates had PRERACE:xxx tags
as well as the !PRETEMPLATE tag in the Templates.
Hope that was clearer than Mud. Follow the FR race and template
files for examples. If I need to be clearer, I'll post an example
set for you.
- I guess I'm a guild registered. If I do wrong, Master Mynex
--- In PCGenListFileHelp@y..., "chiefsheep2001" <rob@w...> wrote:
> Can a suitably qualified (and guild registered) lst simion tell me
> how to code the following:
> Favoured class: Fighter or Wizard. A multiclass dwarf's fighter or
> wizard class does not count when determining whether he suffers an
> penalty for multiclassing. Dwarves are known for their heritage as
> warlike folk as well as for their mastery of powerful runic magic.
> The choice of fighter or wizard as a character's preferred class
> be selected as soon as the character acquires a level in either the
> fighter or wizard class and does not change thereafter.
> Many thanks
> (also posted on main pcgen group - before I remembered/realised
> this list was here!)