Re: Ur-Priest problems
- Interesting. Can someone point me to the reference where it says base fortitude? Complete
Divine only specifies Fort +3 in the class description.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Tir Gwaith" <thoron-tir-gwaith@l...> wrote:
> > I'm trying to level-up into UR-Priest, but PCGen is red-ing it out:
> > Fortitude=3, Willpower=3". My Fort is +3, my Will is +8. I took Great
> Fortitude to get my
> > Fort to +3. Anyone know what the problem is here?
> Yes. Great Fortitude bumps your Fortitude save, not your Base fortitude.
> Base fortitude is only adjusted by Classes.
> Tir Gwaith
> LST Chimp
- On Tue, Mar 01, 2005 at 08:25:23PM -0700, Kevin Brown wrote:
> The problem is that max ranks is set based on ALL of your classes Class skillsThis is not a problem, The skills are currently allocated level by
> combined with your total level. So it is Level specific, not class specific.
> This means that if you took a level of ranger at 4 or a level of ranger at 7,
> your max ranks for the Ranger skills would be different.
level. As you allocate skills, each level knows what class it's for.
The program also knows what classes you've taken at all the levels below
this, so you should be able to set a maximum value for each skill at
each level. All you need to do then is cap it at the maximum for this
skill at this level, given the classes the character already has.
All you really need to check is, what what character level is this, do
any of the classes I already have have this skill on their class list?
is so then max level for the skill at this level is This level + 3. If
it's not on any of my classes skill list, then it's (this level + 3)/2.
It think (I may be wrong) that it's impossible to generate illegal
characters with that check in place.
Virgo: (Aug. 23 - Sept. 22)
It's nice that you're reading to the elderly, but people are
wondering exactly what it is you're reading to make so many of
them die during the experience.