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    House Rules Shade ShadowMoon (version by: ShadowMoon)

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    Might I suggest you create one page (User:ShadowMoon/HouseRules) and then link to your various pages with simpler names?

    I don't know about anyone else, but I think User:ShadowMoon/Shade is simpler than the current title.

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    Heh, as You might prolly noticed those two pages (Guilder and Shade) are my very first Wiki edits. So I am still learning.
    I thought about one page, like d20R, but then I wondered that if its one page, then all will be messed up. I would like to have separate entries, and yet to be part of a whole.
    I guess there is still much to learn.

    PS: Those entries are not d20R, because I modified them for D&D 3.5 Birthright. d20R is really a major d20 conversion, with alternative round system, armour absorbation, wounds, sanity, controlled magic manipulation system, it uses a metric system, etc...
    Last edited by ShadowMoon; 05-05-2007 at 03:25 PM.
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    I guess next I'll upload Half-Elf Racial Template, and Silver Inquisitor Prestige Class.

    I really hope someone will find it useful...
    Last edited by ShadowMoon; 05-04-2007 at 10:49 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thelandrin View Post
    Might I suggest you create one page (User:ShadowMoon/HouseRules) and then link to your various pages with simpler names?

    I don't know about anyone else, but I think User:ShadowMoon/Shade is simpler than the current title.
    It goes from here at the moment:

    http://www.birthright.net/brwiki/ind...nd_Prestige%29
    "If the wizards and students who lived here centuries ago had practiced control - in their spellcasting and in their dealings with the politics of the empire - you would be studying in a tall tower made by the best dwarf stone masons, not in an old military barracks."
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    Listen, Perception and Spot checks? Did you mean Search? Also, Hide, Move Silently and Seeming checks? What are Seeming checks?

    I think the age modifiers should be a flat percentage, to account for Dwarves and Goblins etc. taking this template, as well as humans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thelandrin View Post
    Listen, Perception and Spot checks? Did you mean Search? Also, Hide, Move Silently and Seeming checks? What are Seeming checks?

    I think the age modifiers should be a flat percentage, to account for Dwarves and Goblins etc. taking this template, as well as humans.
    Perception and Seeming were two additional attributes from Birthright AD&D 2Ed that were presented in Blood Spawn. Perception is used to detect and counter chaotic figments of the Shadow World. Seeming was used for manipulation and creation of those figments. In d20R I made them skills; Perception (Wis), and Seeming (Cha).

    I really hate age categories and age modifiers presented in Core D&D d20, so again I have created my own rule-set regarding age.


    I'll post age categories in next post...

    Last edited by ShadowMoon; 05-05-2007 at 01:31 PM.
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    Human (Anuirean. Basarji, Brecht, Masetian, Rjuven, and Vos.)
    Baby: 0 – 4 years
    Infant: 4 – 14 years
    Adolescent: 14 – 18 years
    Young Adult: 18 – 30 years
    Mature: 30 – 42 years
    Middle-aged: 42 – 63 years
    Old: 63 – 82 years
    Ancient: + 2d12 years

    Dwarf (Karamhul)
    Baby: 0 – 8 years
    Infant: 8 – 20 years
    Adolescent: 20 – 40 years
    Young Adult: 40 – 88 years
    Mature: 88 – 182 years
    Middle-aged: 182 – 321 years
    Old: 321 – 435 years
    Ancient: + 6d12 years

    Elf (Sidhe)
    Baby: 0 – 5 years
    Infant: 5 – 42 years
    Adolescent: 42 – 100 years
    Young Adult: 100 – 500 years
    Mature: 500 – 1500 years
    Middle-aged: 1500 – 3000 years
    Old: 3000 – 5000 years
    Ancient: + ∞ years

    Halfling
    Baby: 0 – 4 years
    Infant: 4 – 16 years
    Adolescent: 16 – 24 years
    Young Adult: 24 – 40 years
    Mature: 40 – 62 years
    Middle-aged: 62 – 98 years
    Old: 98 – 162 years
    Ancient: + 4d12 years

    Gnoll
    Baby: 0 – 2 years
    Infant: 2 – 8 years
    Adolescent: 8 – 15 years
    Young Adult: 15 – 22 years
    Mature: 22 – 33 years
    Middle-aged: 33 – 46 years
    Old: 46 – 59 years
    Ancient: +2d12 years

    Goblin
    Baby: 0 – 3 years
    Infant: 3 – 10 years
    Adolescent: 10 – 16 years
    Young Adult: 16 – 24 years
    Mature: 24 – 38 years
    Middle-aged: 38 – 51 years
    Old: 51 – 72 years
    Ancient: +1d12 years

    Orog
    Baby: 0 – 4 years
    Infant: 4 – 12 years
    Adolescent: 12 – 18 years
    Young Adult: 18 – 28 years
    Mature: 28 – 40 years
    Middle-aged: 40 – 56 years
    Old: 56 – 71 years
    Ancient: +2d12 years


    Baby
    Size: Two Size categories lower.
    Modifiers: -3 Str; -1 Dex; -2 Con; -1 Int
    Special: Basic Racial Traits; Movement halved.

    Infant
    Size: One Size category lower.
    Modifiers: -2 Str; -1 Con; +1 Cha
    Special: Cultural Background Feat

    Adolescent
    Size: Normal Size for its race, sometimes one category lower.
    Modifiers: -1 Str; +1 Dex; -1 Int; -1 Wis
    Special: Character Feat

    Young Adult
    Size: Normal Size for its race.
    Modifiers: No modifications
    Special: N / A

    Mature
    Size: Normal Size for its race.
    Modifiers: +1 Int; +1 Cha
    Special: Bonus Feat

    Middle-aged
    Size: Normal Size for its race.
    Modifiers: -1 Dex; +1 Int; +1 Wis
    Special: Character Feat

    Old
    Size: Normal Size for its race, sometimes one category lower.
    Modifiers: -1 Str; -1 Dex; -1 Con; +1 Wis; +1 Cha
    Special: Bonus Feat

    Ancient
    Size: Normal Size for its race, sometimes one category lower.
    Modifiers: -1 Str; -1 Dex; -1 Con
    Special: Bonus Feat
    Last edited by ShadowMoon; 05-05-2007 at 10:44 AM.
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    Well, according to the BRCS, the Sidhelien are completely important and are not bothered by something so mundane as ageing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thelandrin View Post
    Well, according to the BRCS, the Sidhelien are completely important and are not bothered by something so mundane as ageing.
    Well as You have seen that Ancient age category for Sidhe shows infinity mark, so they don't actually die of old age. But they are still material creatures living in material world, therefore they age, although very slow.
    I forgot one additional entry on Ancient Sidhe, that is if they leave their Tree of Life for longer period, they begin to die. So, Sidhe immortality is bound to their Tree of Life and Elven realm, and those Ancient Sidhe are called Dryads. Some Sidhe have so powerful bonds with their Tree of Life that they ignore any age penalties, and still retain bonuses.
    Last edited by ShadowMoon; 05-05-2007 at 10:42 AM.
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