D&D's various alignment systems provoke a lot of discussion, partly because they have multiple interpretations and multiple purposes. To quickly review changes across editions:
Original D&D and Basic D&D had only three alignments: Law, Neutrality, and Chaos. (One version of Basic, I forget which, added "Good" and "Evil". Not Lawful Good or Chaotic Good, just "Good".) Essentially it represented which "side" a character was on
Updated 04-29-2012 at 09:14 PM by fmitchell
as said before, all content for samurai and ninja were added to the earlier entries for their pathfinder counterparts.
Challenge: +1d6 RKA (15 active pts) link (-1/2) OAF(-1) no range (-1/2) concentration [1/2 DCV] (-1/4) only vs. challenged foe (-1/2) real cost: 4 pts
Demanding challenge: 3d6 drain DCV (30 active pts) link (-1/2) OAF(-1) no range (-1/2) concentration [1/2 DCV] (-1/4) only vs. challenged foe (-1/2) only for non-samurai
so here's all of the psionics. I tried my best to emulate the concept of power points and boosting powers. I figure a END reserve would best emulate power points. As for boosting, keeping the powers in a VPP allow for having it as "powerful" as you need to be. Obviously, the less powerful, the less END (power points) to be used.
Natural Psionics: VPP 8 pt pool (8 active pts) 40 control (1/2 phase to change) (+1/2) (30 active pts) gestures
So still chugging along. Here is the classes (but not specific maneuvers or souldmelds) from tome of battle and magic of incarnum:
Martial Maneuvers: multipower 30 pt reserve (30 active pts) OAF(-1) full phase (-1/2) lockout [canít reuse until use 3 other maneuvers] (-1/2) link(-1/2) real cost: 9 pts
OAF being the weapon the user trained the maneuver with. Link being linked to a standard weapon attack (the OAF).
Originally Posted by Descronan
I've been working on the latest release of my game system and I'm at the point where I need some serious playtesting and feedback. The prior round of playtesting brought out a lot of great areas for improvement and expansion so I would like to get another group together to dive in deep.
This is the last phase before I finalize the rules and move forward with artwork and expanding the background info. Are you up for the challenge?