If you think you can separate it out and make it work, then make the freq and then go for it. Might
be the last chance before it hits the Chimp Access only stage.
On 6/24/2011 7:51 AM, distant_scholar wrote:
> I'm coding up a Pathfinder class that stacks with barbarian levels for determining which rage powers the character qualifies for, but doesn't add rage powers on the same schedule (it grants fewer of them). Right now, the Pathfinder code uses the same variable for both.
> I think I can do this (jep does modular arithmetic right? And you can add a negative bonus to an ability pool, right?) without the FREQ. But it would be "cleaner" if the two were separate.
> If no one else cares, that's fine; I should be able to work around it. After all, it would mean adding yet another variable to the 37 already used for barbarian rage. But I thought I'd bring it up, in case other people think it is a good idea.
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