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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawker73 View Post
    I just wanted to say this is awesome work. I just discovered the DCC system, and am anxious to find a FG game. I am an older player going back to Original D&D etc, and am really excited by what I am reading. If anyone knows a group with a space. I would love to try this!!!
    Thank you, Hawker73! It sometimes takes awhile to find a game, but keep trying - something will work out eventually.

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    So, I have been looking at adding ability damage fields for the char sheet. I removed this from an earlier version of the unofficial ruleset because most players in my games struggled with the setup, which is a reflection of code limitations. Similar to the HP field, the char sheet can show the base ability score, ability damage, and the resulting ability modifier - but not the current ability score.

    In the screenshot, the 4 points of temporary Str loss has reduced the character's base Str of 13 to 9, resulting in a modifier of +0 instead of +1.

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    Last edited by leozelig; May 18th, 2019 at 11:57.

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    2e reflects ability reductions on the character sheet for the DM but keeps it hidden from the player. Might that coding be useful to look at?
    DMing since 1979. Ultimate License holder.

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