[PnP] 'Normal' humans
longshotgm at comcast.net
Thu Feb 1 06:43:35 CET 2018
This is what I was thinking before you proposed x2. All npcs in any
game are lower than pcs. Just rule #4 of the rpg rule book. :)
For what I'd call uber npcs I use my pc generator. So make them pc
class. But 95% of my ncps are book 4 quaity and use my npc
generator. This goes back to idea normal humans old age was 40.
We know some would make it twice that much so maybe those npcs would
have x3 or x4 cons.
So I suppose one could add a 'genetic' aspect. Using the same system
as creature variatoin for npcs (more or less).
I do like your data analysis. Good work.
The idea of these Enl npcs def makes them weak. It would mean 90% of
MUS ie npcs are wimps.
I mean they'd only be able to cast what 5-6 spells before tapped out.
Thus again for my MUS I use pc class. For grunts and mostly anything
else book 4.
At 08:34 PM 1/30/2018, you wrote:
>In Book 4, stats are given for 'normal' humans. The numbers listed
>for S, St, D & A for men and women are 'avarage' 2d10 rolls of 11+/-
>the mods for their race. These are then given no multiplier other
>than 1 (as opposed to a minimum 1.5 for characters). Now, I have no
>problem with the low multiplier...except that it doesn't work with
>the Constitution and still come up with a correct HPV if using
>(S+St+C)/4 (RU). The reason why I say that is that for male humans,
>if the Constitution is only multiplied by '1', then the man would
>have a HPV=(14+11+11)/4=36/4=9. Women would be HPV=(11+12+12)/4=35/4=9.
>Now, this makes normal humans pretty weak...but that's not all...
>Consider the EnL of both humans. The book calls for EnL=35 for both
>men and women, but if the multipliers are all '1', then the male
>would have an EnL of only 22, and the woman only 25.
>So...in order to make the numbers make sense, I would propose that
>the multiplier for the Constitution of normal humans be changed to
>'2'. What would this do?
>Male humans would have a HPV of 12 instead of 10, and an EnL of 33.
>Female humans would have a HPV of 12, and an EnL of 37.
>This way it keeps the calcs the same, but doesn't make them much
>different than they are in Book 4.
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