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Re: [pcgen] How do I "advance" a monster?

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  • Andrew Maitland
    Yes, Classes - Choose the appropriate class Abberation, Magical Beast, etc. Add as many as you want. (It will let you know when you reach the top limit for
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      Yes,

      Classes - Choose the appropriate "class"

      Abberation, Magical Beast, etc.

      Add as many as you want. (It will let you know when you reach the top
      limit for the particular creature.)

      ~ Andrew Maitland (LegacyKing)
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      allencohn wrote:
      > Hi again,
      >
      > I just recently started experimenting with using PCGen to create D&D
      > 3.5 monsters. So far I've learned to select an alignment, then select
      > the monster race and finally click Create Monster/Add Kit, upon which
      > the program creates a monster with the base number of hit dice.
      >
      > Once that process is over, is there a way to add more hit dice to the
      > monster following the rules on p. 297 of the MM?
      >
      > Thanks,
      > Allen
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