[PnP] Half-elf Movement Rates

Phineas Cromwell phineascromwell at gmail.com
Sun Dec 28 01:08:35 CET 2008

At a glance, I see that the base Height factor for Males is 46 and 43 for
Females; this is the same for pure-breed Female Elves but one higher than
pure-breed Males. Also, the base (Native Ability) Agility racial (for
Half-Elves) modification is still in a higher bracket than for pure-breed
Humans; and it is almost the same as the pure-breed Elf.

Using these as a basic guide, it appears the Half-Elf, because of Height,
tends to retain a longer average leg-stride. And since Agility is used as a
bonus modification to determine individual MR, I would shoot off a quick,
rough guess that it might be the higher of the two.

If pure-breed Elves had a modification of 12 to a Human's 10, I would
probably prefer just to simply say 11.

On Sat, Dec 27, 2008 at 12:19 AM, Schnockel <dasandersx at comcast.net> wrote:

>  This actually applies to any of the mixed races, but I am especially
> interested in the half-elf mix.
> What MR numbers are used with human-elf hybrids?  Humans get 9+AB and Elves
> get 10+AB.  Which is appropriate for the mixed race?
> Thanks!
> Dave Sanders
> PS  I am working on my own version of an excel spreadsheet for
> characters...it has LOTS of tables and I'm trying to make it as
> formula-driven as possible.  So far I have one Tab for inserting the die
> rolls, one Tab for developing the character (assigning initial increases),
> and then I have a third Tab as a 'print version' character sheet.
> Eventually it will have most of the combat and non combat skills, and
> (someday)magic automated.
> Heck, I even made a chart for gem, jewel and jewelry generation.
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