Re: Questions and ??BUG?? for Dragon class in the RSRD
- On 18 Aug 2006 at 11:41, Eddy Anthony wrote:
> > 2. The question: in creating the same dragons, PCGen does not allowYou are right. I hadn't noticed it that way but the SRD (or the books
> > me any extra language based on intelligence, even when enabling the
> > house rule that I could choose them after 1st level (in that case,
> > the chooser proposes an empty list to choose from!). Is that
> > purposefully done or is it another bug in the Dragon implementation
> > of the RSRD ?
> The languages you can choose for this feature are set by the LANGBONUS
> tag in the race line. Humans have LANGBONUS:ALL and so can choose any.
> I just checked the Dragons and they do not have this tag, it may be
> that they are not granted bonus languages, some races are that way. If
> the are supposed to receive bonus languages then we have a data bug.
> If not and you want to 'house rule' it just add LANGBONUS:ALL to the
> race line or .MOD it in
for that matter) don't seem to say anything about granting bonus
languages to monsters based on Int. I'll make it a house rule then.
> > 3. Question 2: I have two green dragons, one which is "young adult"It may indeed be so: the young adult can only advance to 19 HD (after
> > and one which is "mature adult". I first tried to do the mature
> > adult by cloning the young adult one and simply adding the missing
> > dragon levels. If my memory serves me good (no PCGen here at work),
> > I need 23 HD of dragons for the mature adult; the young adult only
> > has 17. PCGen, however, refuses to go beyond level 20. Am I doing
> > something wrong or is it impossible to do what I tried ?
> Could be you are hitting the HITDICEADVANCEMENT limit, the rules
> specify an amount of levels you can add to some creatures. There is a
> preference to bypass this.
that it becomes an adult with 20 HD, effectively changing race in
PCGen since all the dragon ages are implemented as different races.
>I simply meant "Save as..." under a different name and pile up some
> When you say 'clone', what do you mean?
more levels on it rather thant starting anew a fresh creature.
Thanks for the answer,