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does high con. give you regeneration?

Discussion in 'Dungeons & Dragons + Other RPGs' started by AlexGK, Nov 15, 2002.

  1. AlexGK Gems: 7/31
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    [​IMG] I think in Bg2 somebody told me that by con. 21(or 22) the character starts regenerating.Is there somethin like that in 3D?And if it is how high?
     
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    No. As far as I know, even if your Con bonus is +9999999999999999999999 you still wont get regeneration.(but you will have a hell of a lot of hp)
     
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    Did you mean 3rd edition when you said '3D'?
    I dont play 3rd, so I can't say, although I know there is regen in 2nd edition starting at, I believe, 20 con, although I am not positive.
    I do know that it is 18 plus an ogre's con adjustment, whatever that is.
     
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    There is no regen from high con in 3e, Mithrandir is correct.
     
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    [​IMG] Thanks :D
    Now I know I'll never rise my con. from 18......
    Damn is this MUST rise only str\wis\int\cha.Mostly str. cose others over 20 aren't needed I think
     
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    depends on your class, my wizards usually have strength around 8-10 hehe ;)
     
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    HMzz. Lokken what will you rise in wizard?My wizard\thief also has str. 10 and weapon finesee.Dexterity?Cose I don't think str. will be good idea for him too :) :)

    [ November 15, 2002, 15:03: Message edited by: AlexGK ]
     
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    argh! a wizard needs intelligence! punch up those DC's on the spells so you can smack the enemy good with them. He will never need to roll to hit then, well.. with some spells, but not with weapons anymore.
     
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