Protos.tab Fields

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  1. Shiningted

    Shiningted I want my goat back Global Moderator

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    Col 6 is a percentage size of the model. So > 100 means you want a model larger than normal size (eg Thrommel), < 100 means smaller (eg Kent, or the tailor). Sometimes models differ drastically, eg kobolds are 40% lizardmen, dragons are c200% ice lizards, that sort of thing.
     
  2. SharkD

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    I suppose if the value is left blank then it means 100% by default.

    More questions:
    1. Also, which column corresponds to the characters' level?
    2. Column 26 is used just once. Do you think this is merely a mistake?
    3. Are the start-of-game PCs also listed in protos?

    -Mike
     
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  3. wizgeorge

    wizgeorge Prophet of Wizardy

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    !00% and size_medium is the default for humans. The % of model effects their appearance in-game. A person at 150% would appear very large and at 50%, very small, like a halfling. Class and level are seperate on their own. There's 5 slots for class/level so you can multi-class. PC's aren't implemented. The authour was going to update it but he moved over to the Witcher scene. I haven't seen a post of his in a long time. He said anyone should feel free to update, correct as they please.
     
  4. SharkD

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    What levels are monsters though? They tend not to have levels in any any class.

    -Mike
     
  5. wizgeorge

    wizgeorge Prophet of Wizardy

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    Monster hitdice are set for each type of monster and their CR ratings. It's all in protos.
     
  6. Shiningted

    Shiningted I want my goat back Global Moderator

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    I haven't been able to replicate these problems you're having with the Holy Ranseur, SharkD: it seems to have a long reach from what I can see.
     

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    You are correct. I didn't notice it until I'd used it for a while.

    -Mike
     
  8. SharkD

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    I think column 130 is the creature's reach (i.e. for natural attacks like bite or claw).

    Column 35 (creature size) doesn't seem to match RAW for some reason.

    -Mike

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    Column 161 is Natural AC.

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    Column 158 is Reflex Save (including DEX modifier).
    Column 159 is Fortitude Save (including CON modifier).
    Column 160 is Will Save (including WIS modeifier).
     
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  9. Gaear

    Gaear Bastard Maestro Administrator

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    Is there some good reason to use ProtoEd over WorldBuilder for this stuff? ProtoEd was great for its day, but ...
     

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  10. SharkD

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    I was just using a spreadsheet. :) Thanks for letting me know of the program, I'm installing it now.

    -Mike
     
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