Re: [PCGenListFileHelp] Re: Single spell list for multiple classes?
- the_rodent_of_unusual_size wrote:
> The ADD:SPELLCASTER tag has a note:CASTAS is a really old and out of use tag. It was replaced by
> "o This tag will not grant a bonus spell casting level for a class that uses the CASTAS tag or in some other way rides on another classes spell list."
> I can't find CASTAS in the tag list, nor any examples in the datasets, so I guess this remark is obsolete. Too bad, perhaps, since it sounds as though labelling the gestalt class as CASTAS:Sorcerer might have let the template use ADDLEVEL:Sorcerer|1.
> Since the template is supposed to add a level of Sorcerer, the ADD:SPELLCASTER|Arcane alone will keep it from conferring properly to a non-spellcasting character. I suppose I can get clever with PRExxx tags such thatyes.
> 1. The gestalt class defines a variable (e.g., GestaltSorcerer), and
> 2. ADDLEVEL:Sorcerer|1 if GestaltSorcerer isn't set, or
> 3. ADD:SPELLCASTER|Arcane if GestaltSorcerer is set.
> Sound workable?
ABILITY:Special Ability|AUTOMATIC|Add Gestalt
ABILITY:Special Ability|AUTOMATIC|Add Sorcerer|PREVAREQ:YourVariable,0
in the abilities
if it's the gestalt sorcerer ability
if it's a normal sorcerer..
That should solve your ability to use the template in both gestalt and
> That way any other gestalt classes that include sorcerer just need to have the variable set to allow the template to apply properly.--
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- OK - 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
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