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Classes updated 4 posts Tags: News
Posted by Ansel on Sunday August 30 2009, @08:00AM
I have updated the character class list for the character list. You should be able to plug in your FC characters now!

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Iconic shifting Posted on Friday September 4 2009, @05:01PM
Hey,

I can't change the Iconic classes--Erik the Wanderer has levels in Channeler, and those should now be Mage. But I can't delete the Channeler class levels.

Re: Iconic shifting Posted on Saturday September 5 2009, @12:32PM
Ahh, that may require fiddling under the hood, I'll look into it when I can.
Re: Iconic shifting Posted on Saturday September 5 2009, @01:23PM
To be specific, then, the problem is that a non-FC class isn't recognized anymore by the system (Channeler, Thief, and Martial Artist in this case). So I can't edit the iconic because it hits an error trying to process the now-unknown class.

I wonder, though, what the rules (as in Copyright rules) are on using the Martial Artist. It went sorta free in a Signs and Portents article. Can we host that text somehow, modified for Wyrmstone purposes? It certainly *would* need to be modified, as it's a specific Spycraft class, and the class mechanics changed slightly for FC.

There's a big load of kung-fu in the wyrmstone worlds (like in the lands of the Jade Crown or Celestial Empire, or even Issara), and while a martial artist can be built pretty effectively using the Fist specialty coupled with the Soldier or Priest class, it would be nifty to have an available dedicated martial artist class.

Re: Iconic shifting Posted on Wednesday September 9 2009, @09:15PM
I just cleared all classes--easiest solution.
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