--- In pcgen@y..., mocha@m... wrote:
> attack/damage adjustments, you would still need to equip them. So
> see how your AC fairs using various armors, you'd have to equip
> But just to see what your attack/damage adjustments are you
> need to equip all the different weapons. Does that answer your
Not really. If I equip a longbow on my character, then I do not see
all of the attack/damage adjustments for any other two handed weapons
I have. Specialization never seems to count unless a weapon is
equipped. Example is a fighter with a longbow and greatsword,
specialized in greatsword. (I have players with fighters and
barbarians that use a lot of two-handed weapons.) :-] With the
longbow equipped the +2 is missing from the greatsword damage.
Also, if I unequip an Item the "in hand" setting stays and you need
to change that or you get all kinds of nasty errors. If the item is
unequipped, shouldn't it not be "in hand"?