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I see some glaring errors in your character sheet.
1: Wisdom 0 means that the character is withdrawn into a deep sleep filled with nightmares, helpless. Please update the sheet accordingly.
2: It is stated that said baby has an ability called “Know: Sitting”. There is no such skill in any iteration of DnD, Pathfinder etc… if said skill did exist anywhere it is a known fact that a newborn human child will be unable to sit up unassisted until between months 4 and 7, when the appropriate muscles have developed. A skill rating of 12 is both inaccurate and preposterous. I would rate that “skill” as a 0, if not a negative integer value. Please adjust accordingly.
There are many other inaccuracies and falacies that I see on this form and I will delve into them in more detail in my web blog “Correcting the Internet” at Correct.myspace.com. I will follow up with you in a private email on how to modify the character sheet to better fall in line with what appears to be a home brew RPG rule set (which I would be happy to playtest for you, if needed)
-King of the Nerds
I have received your private e-mail on how to modify the character sheet. I’m very excited about your recommended ‘Dungeons and Babies’ RPG. I think you’re right, it holds a lot of promise for a new role playing market.
In particular, I especially liked your idea for pacifiers of protection, the scroll of Seuss and invisibility bibs.
When you get a chance, take a look at the outline I sent you of a D&B encyclopedia.
I would like to note that Sylvie is an elf and should have an autohypnosis of +10!
Is that Auto-hypnosis a racial ability or is it due to some other means (Spellplague, Curse, Divine Intervention, etc…)? Please elaborate.
KotN, I used dramatically poor grammar. I should have written “…is and elf. She also should have..” The autohypnosis is a strange inborn ability – she is a rare specimen, indeed!
Oh, man. “is AN elf”
Is the ability to cause confusion by rendering all surrounding people into a state of sleep deprivation a skill? If so,the elfin Sylvie should have high scores in that regard…
Not so much a ‘skill’ per se, MomD, but more of an at-will ability. Take for example a hummingbirds ability to hover. It is a fantastic ability for the avian that is difficult for normal birds to perform, if at all. But the hummingbird is able to perform this feat ‘at-will’ as part of its normal existence. Think of it as an ability that the creature in question can perform without any conscious thought on its part.
Wow. That is even better..an At Will Ability.
Thank you for the clarification, King!
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