Talk:Charon (3.5e Race)
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You said that they are generally more intelligent than other races, so shouldn't they get an intelligence bonus. It would only make sense. --Grim914 03:50, 7 April 2010 (UTC)
 Level Adjustment... nehhhh
The extra feat and skill points make me think of this race and humans the same way, except for the fluff bonuses and the stat boosts. Honestly, this is a human with a quasi-level of some obscure class that grants nothing except +2 Str, +2 Con, and +2 Dex, (the Intelligence and Wisdom changes balance out). So to judge the balance of this race, it seems like the best comparison would be to ask if any race could take +2 Str, +2 Con, and +2 Dex by sacrificing a class level. Is that OK? I think this is on the edge; it's strong for an LA +1, but I think it's fine. It'd be better to have a version of this without the large amount of stat boosts, and I don't think I read anything in the description about these guys being extra strong, extra tough, or extra dextrous. --For Valor 23:53, 16 May 2010 (UTC)
- They are the base line for what is 'strong' in the world. So they are not listed as exceptionally strong, however something without these +2 bonuses could be described as weak. However you do make good points, upon review of my races for this world I have begun to realize that they are on the edge... or over. Thanks for mentioning this, I'll most likely change them a bit soon.
- Oh, and they are supposed to represent humans in my campaign setting, so it's a good sign that you think of them the same way. :)--Vrail 01:16, 17 May 2010 (UTC)