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Re: [pcgen] Skill point calculation issue

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  • David R. Bender
    Is the character human? Assuming you are using 3.5 rules, humans get an extra skill point (x4). -- david Papa.DRB My better half and me (jpg)
    Message 1 of 3 , Aug 23, 2012
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      Is the character human? Assuming you are using 3.5 rules, humans get an
      extra skill point (x4).

      -- david
      Papa.DRB

      My better half and me (jpg)
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      On 8/23/2012 3:16 PM, John Conner wrote:
      > Hi guys, I’m hoping one of you can offer me some guidance on why I’m seeing the following issue with skill points.
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      > I was working on a gestalt class today and had set the STARTSKILLPTS:4 with the expectation that the total skill points at lvl 1 for the character would be 4 + Int Bonus X 4.  However when I test this what I’m getting is a 4 + Int Bonus + 1 X 4 at lvl one. For example:
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      > The Character has a STARTSKILLPTS:4 and an Int of 18 for a total starting skill points of 8. At lvl 1 this should be calculated by 4 for a total of 32 skill points at lvl one and then 8 skill points for each following lvl adjusted upward as the Int bonus goes up.  Instead I’m getting a total of 36 skill points at level one and 9 at lvl 2 and onward. So the question becomes where did the extra point come from?
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      > I’m currently working with PCGen v5.16.4.
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      > Thanks for any assistance you can provide.
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    • John Conner
      Ah that s what I forgot to take into account.  It never occured to me to take a look at the race.  Thank you. Is the character human? Assuming you are using
      Message 2 of 3 , Aug 23, 2012
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        Ah that's what I forgot to take into account.  It never occured to me to take a look at the race.  Thank you.

        Is the character human? Assuming you are using 3.5 rules, humans get an
        extra skill point (x4).

        -- david
        Papa.DRB

        My better half and me (jpg)
        <https://picasaweb.google.com/102726903532570043857/Family#slideshow/55330569489\
        10114610>

        Love Me If You Can by Toby Keith (video)
        <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhcfFekSbHQ&ob=av3e>

        Madness takes its toll - please have exact change.
        For those who believe, no proof is necessary, for those who don't
        believe, no proof is possible. (Stuart Chase 1888-1985)
        On 8/23/2012 3:16 PM, John Conner wrote:


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