From: JIRA (for Andrew Maitland ) <jira@pc...> - 2011-07-26 12:38:07
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Andrew Maitland moved CODE-1051 to NEWTAG-265:
Project: New Tag (was: Code)
Key: NEWTAG-265 (was: CODE-1051)
Issue Type: New Token (was: New Feature)
Workflow: PCGen - New Tag (was: jira)
Subtype: None Taken
Component/s: LST Tag
(was: Needs Verification Review)
> Proposal 'EXTRASPELL'
> Key: NEWTAG-265
> URL: http://jira.pcgen.org/browse/NEWTAG-265
> Project: New Tag
> Issue Type: New Token
> Components: LST Tag
> Reporter: David R. Bender
> SF - ID: 2846368
> Last Update: Tracker Item Submitted ( amaitland )
> Hi all,
> It's come up frequently for a few things that I think it's time we created a new tag for this function.
> As with all proposals, this is a draft and can be changed based upon needs and desires of the community.
> A = CLASS or DOMAIN
> B = Class Name or Domain Name
> X = optional [Limited to Descriptor, Domain tied to a certain class, SCHOOL, SUBSCHOOL, TYPE]
> Y = Levels to add the extra spell [LEVEL:MIN=1,MAX=9 or LEVEL:1]
> Z = Number of extra spells to add
> Would add to the Cleric Class with the Domain of Glory an extra spell to each level starting at level 1 till level 9
> Create Spell Slot Containers for select spells, classes or subsets, much like domains do today for clerics. It would need to be able to add to existing domains.
> This tag could take over the Wizard Subclass SpecialtySpellsKnown tag's function, and reduce Domains need to add to the first class it adds too, instead just becoming a Simple Select Domains tied to the class that got the domains. Leaving the Spell Container job to EXTRASPELL.
> An example of that would be
> Which would be 1 spell slot container for ALL domains granted by the cleric class.
> LegacyKing ( amaitland ) - 2009-08-28 12:57:23 EDT
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