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Re: [vox] [OT] AD+D, 3rd edition question
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Re: [vox] [OT] AD+D, 3rd edition question



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Where did you find that?

On Tuesday, February 05 2002 07:09 am, ME wrote:
> Check Page 640 of the 3rd edition DMG for Table 32-kb optional rules and
> you should find:
>
> Has used Linux                              +1  Int
> Has Used *BSD                               +1  Int
> Has configured and compiled a Linux kernel  +1  Int
> Has hacked on/patched a Kernel              +2  Int
> Uses only Windows                           -2  Int
> Uses only MacOS                             -2  Int
> Thinks OpenSource is a Virus/plague/cancer  -25 Int, -25 Wis
> Types with Dvorak                           +2  Dex
> Types with Qwerty                           +1  Dex
> Types with hunt-and-peck                    +0  Dex
> Documents source code                       +2  Wis
> "If vending machines dont serve it, I dont  -2  Con
>   eat it..."
> Spends 4+ hours /day on computer            -1  Chr
> Spends 6+ hours /day on computer            -2  Chr
> Spends 8+ hours /day on computer            -3  Chr
> Does not leave the house except to eat      -8  Chr
> Moves computer often                        +1  Str
> Only types and moves mouse                  -3  Str
> For each language (coded)                   +1 Int, +1 Wis
> Build your own System                       +3 Dex, -1d4 Dex (injuryhazard)
> .
> .
> .
>
> On Tue, 5 Feb 2002, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> > is someone here familiar with 3rd edition AD+D rules?
> >
> > on page 58, table 4-1, the book talks about intelligence modifiers for
> > the number of skill points per level.
> >
> > but i can't find where the intelligence modifiers are.
> >
> > they're not in the section on intelligence (page 9).   afaics, they're
> > not in the skill section (pgs 57-76).
> >
> > so where are these intelligence modifiers?
>
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