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Andrew Maitland closed CODE-952.
> House rule: Calculate skill points at current Int
> Key: CODE-952
> URL: http://jira.pcgen.org/browse/CODE-952
> Project: Code
> Issue Type: New Feature
> Components: Needs Verification Review
> Reporter: David R. Bender
> SF ID: 1967421
> Last Update: Settings changed ( thpr )
> We have a d20 (v3.5) house-rule, where we calculate our total Skill Points by our current Intelligence score.
> Example: You are a human fighter that starts with Int 15. At level 4 your raise your Int to 16.
> Skill points at level #1: 20
> Skill points at level #2: +5 (25 total)
> Skill points at level #3: +5 (30 total)
> Skill points at level #4: +12 (42 total)
> Currently, I have to manually edit the character files with a text editor. It would be spiffy if PCGen supported the ability to "Set Skill Points Based on Current Int Score".
> ltwally ( ltwally ) - 2008-05-19 17:03:29 EDT
> Comments ( 3 )
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> Date: 2008-05-20 13:06:47 EDT
> Sender: ltwally
> Karianna: The only switch I've seen is "INTBEFORE"... which does not
> re-calculate the number of skill point gained at previous levels based on
> your (new) INT score.
> Zaister: At level 4, you would be getting +6 from level 4, and also 6
> points from the previous 3 levels. What we do is calculate your current
> skill point total as if you had always possessed that INT score.
> It's like how you calculate your character's hit-points based on his
> current CON. If you go from CON 15 to CON 16 at level 4, you gain 3hp from
> those first 3 levels. We like to do the same with INT for Skill Points &
> Languages known.
> Note that there is already support for the language side of things
> "INTBONUSLANG". Why not include Skill Points as well?
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