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    You know, something just occurred to me and I wonder what you guys think
    about it.

    There`s been some debate about how awnsheghlien and ersheghlien should be
    represented in BR when translated the system into 3e. Some people like
    using templates, while others like the idea of a prestige class. Why not
    both? More accurately, why not make awnsheghlien a template and
    ersheghlien a prestige class? That way the transformation of awnsheghlien
    is automatic and uncontrollable from the POV of the character (which is how
    it is described in the 2e BR materials) while the transformation of
    ersheghlien is voluntary (ditto.)

    It does kind of make the awnsheghlien more powerful, since they needn`t
    spend character levels to gain access to their blood abilities, but I think
    that might actually be sensible, given the nature of Azrai`s corruption and
    all.

    Does that sound sensible or is it the REM deprivation and caffeine talking?

    Gary

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    In a message dated 5/20/02 2:04:33 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
    geeman@SOFTHOME.NET writes:

    << There`s been some debate about how awnsheghlien and ersheghlien should be
    represented in BR when translated the system into 3e. Some people like
    using templates, while others like the idea of a prestige class. Why not
    both? More accurately, why not make awnsheghlien a template and
    ersheghlien a prestige class? That way the transformation of awnsheghlien
    is automatic and uncontrollable from the POV of the character (which is how
    it is described in the 2e BR materials) while the transformation of
    ersheghlien is voluntary (ditto.) >>

    I had not thought about it yet, but that sounds reasonable, IMO.


    Lee.

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    >You know, something just occurred to me and I wonder what you guys
    think
    >about it.

    >There`s been some debate about how awnsheghlien and ersheghlien should
    be
    >represented in BR when translated the system into 3e. Some people like
    >using templates, while others like the idea of a prestige class. Why
    not
    >both? More accurately, why not make awnsheghlien a template and
    >ersheghlien a prestige class? That way the transformation of
    awnsheghlien
    >is automatic and uncontrollable from the POV of the character (which is
    how
    >it is described in the 2e BR materials) while the transformation of
    >ersheghlien is voluntary (ditto.)

    >It does kind of make the awnsheghlien more powerful, since they needn`t
    >spend character levels to gain access to their blood abilities, but I
    think
    >that might actually be sensible, given the nature of Azrai`s corruption
    and
    >all.

    >Does that sound sensible or is it the REM deprivation and caffeine
    talking?

    It`s OK, if you give greater adventages to Ehrshegh and some
    disadventages to Awnshegh. It would be a good idea to give Awnsheghlien
    adventages which depend on character level. That way, both would have to
    actually avance in level to gain those adventages.

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