mgtremaine wrote:The Combined NON-Human XP charts you made are out correct? You now divide xp evenly and keep 2/3 running totals, 1 for each class.
The dual/treble-classed XP tables I posted here
are slightly out of date, because the XP for M-Us and Clerics to reach 2nd level will be off by 100 XP. Also, note that Rat-Catchers require cleric XP rather than thief XP. However, it's pretty straight forward to simply divide your current XP total by two and rank yourself on each class with half your total XP.
mgtremaine wrote:Ranger class details?....I might have one by stats.
It's a feature of (3LBB) OD&D that there are no ability score "requirements" for any class. I've decided to stick with that for the Ranger. However, the ranger will get an XP penalty
for low str, wis, or con (but no XP bonus for high scores). Yes, your scores look good for a ranger.
mgtremaine wrote:Cleric/Magic-user starting spells are based on Languages Known Chart still? (Int for M-U, Wis for Cleric)
Eris wrote:All in all, pretty mediocre all around. Any advice on what I should play?
Yes, a challenging result, for sure. Looks like you could make a respectable elf M-U or gruff Dwarf fighter? Or you could invoke the Evil Twin rule, in which case your scores (as a chaotic Man) would be something like 9, 9, 11, 15, 14, 14, 16
mushgnome wrote:If I understand the rules correctly, I could also use the 9 for my starting coin, and then the other scores move up one line, so 16 becomes Strength, etc. ?
mushgnome wrote:How does the "evil twin" option work exactly? Do 1s become 6s, 2s become 5s, etc. and then racial adjustments are applied?
The EVIL TWIN:
1. Remove one score for your purse,
2. Invert each individual die (inverted die=7-real die). For Men, just invert the summed score (inverted score=21-real score).
3. Apply racial adjustments (for men, elves, dwarfs, hobbets).
4. Alignment = chaotic.
5. Men= men, elves = drow, dwarfs = guore, hobbets = goblins.
ehiker133 wrote:So if a Ratcatcher (PR = WIS) has a Wisdom of 12, does he have a Wisdom of 13 for the purposes of determining XP Bonuses for PR? (Wis 12 = +1 bonus to PR for XP determination, Wis = 13 for PR)
ehiker133 wrote:If I had an elf MU/RC with a INT of 12 and a WIS of 12, does he get a 5% PR bonus for MU XP (PRINT=13) and a 5% PR bonus for RC XP (PRWIS=13)?
Yes. His total XP bonus would be +10%.