[PnP] pnp Digest, Vol 142, Issue 3

David Sanders dasandersx at comcast.net
Wed Oct 11 15:25:12 CEST 2017

The rounding two different ways is for a reason.  In the round up method, Richard's 
Way, it's usually to provide the player with some benefit in the beginning.  With spells, often it's so that there is no 'dead zone' with the spell such that for one or two EL's it virtually doesn't do anything.  Why would a Mage even bother casting a spell that does nothing?

The round downs are intended to be restrictive.  They are usually there to encourage a player to strive higher in order to gain an important improvement.

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