Negative Level Adjustment (3.5e Variant Rule)

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Negative Level Adjustments[edit]

Since some creatures, such as goblins and kobolds suck so much, they should have a negative LA, say -1 for goblins or kobolds, to make them more likeable as PCs and more challenging as monsters, due to their extra free class levels.

LA -1

LA -2

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