Re: [PCGenListFileHelp] Proficiency excluding one type of armor?
- Got it. As long as they are effectively the same, I really don't care whether they see it in their list of feats or not. I just didn't want to find out that there was something mechanically different between them.
From: Barak <barak@...>
Sent: Thu, April 1, 2010 8:55:35 AM
Subject: RE: [PCGenListFileHelp] Proficiency excluding one type of armor?
> -----Original Message-----Heh, still around, just a huge workload in RL.
> Thanks, Barak, glad to know you are still around -- hadn't seen your
> name in a bit.
> Related to my other question this morning, what's the accepted properThat depends on how the rules read (and how you interpret them)...
> way to grant the full proficiency? AUTO:FEAT|foo or
> AUTO:ARMORPROF| foo?
Does the class get the "Feat" Shield Proficiency or are they just "proficient with all shields"?
It has been a hotly debated topic at times on the various lists here. :p
So, if you want "Shield Proficiency" to show up in the feat list, use AUTO:FEAT. If you just want them to have the proficiencies, then use AUTO:SHIELDPROF, etc.
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