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« Reply #15 on: December 19, 2006, 05:13:42 pm »
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Your stats are:
STR:9
INT:13
WIS:16
DEX:11
CON:8
CHR:6

Wow. I'm utterly useless.


Naw. Just say you're an impoverished human noble acting as a suplicant to the Benevolent Gods of Good Fortune. You're a multi-classed Rogue/Aristocrat/Cleric with the Luck and Protection Domains. Load up on healing spells, and enjoy the vast array of skill points at your disposal. Hell, you even have proficiency with all armor and weapons.

Use the optional rules in the DMG allowing you to multi-class at 1st level, giving you rogue skill points, but aristocrat starting money and weapon proficiencies. After you gain a level in both rogue and aristocrat, you become a cleric, and can then multi-class how you see fit.

Note: I'm going by D&D 3.0 rules, so things may have changed a bit (haven't read my 3.5 Player's Handbook in a while).

There ya go, chief. :D

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« Reply #16 on: December 19, 2006, 11:16:38 pm »
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Hey Pundit -- what's your PhD in?


Its actually a masters (Comparative Religion) with some additional years of graduate studies (History and Comparative Religion); and several years of teaching, so I tweaked it a bit.

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« Reply #17 on: December 19, 2006, 11:39:16 pm »
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Fighting: Typical (6)
Agility: Poor (4)
Strength: Typical (6)
Endurance: Poor (4)
Reason: Good (10)
Intuition: Poor (4)
Psyche: Typical (6)

Health: 20
Karama: 20

Resources: Typical (6)
Popularity: -5

Contacts: AF&AM
Skills: Finance
Powers: Disruptive Flatulation rated at Remarkable (30)


God I love FASERIP. One of my favorite all time games and I still have every book.

Damn you! I need to get a game together of this now!

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« Reply #18 on: December 26, 2006, 10:25:11 pm »
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And a sinister cough for scenes in the magic room.

I couldn't do the alignment test. I kept critiquing its philosophical assumptions.

My attention span quickly ran out when the questions irritated me...
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« Reply #19 on: December 31, 2006, 01:01:05 am »
STR: 13
INT: 11  (BS--see below)
WIS: 15
DEX: 14
CON: 13
CHR: 16

ALIGN: Lawful Good  (I'd have said Neutral Good...)

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Note: Over the years, this part of the test has gotten a lot of criticism as being unrealistic. I have started an effort to gather yes/no questions to revise this portion of the test by posting a topic on rec.games.frp.dnd. If you have suggestions, please post to the group or go to Google here  and contribute ideas. I will be taking suggestions until December 24, 2004.


Uhhh, ya think?  I know more idiots with college degrees than I can shake a sharpened rake at, and myself have a 140+ IQ despite dropping out of college twice.  I take it the suggestions didn't go well...
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