This tool is for DMs who are tired of spending an hour generating a monster or NPC only to see their players kill it in a few brief rounds of combat. Using this monster generator, a DM can create a 20th level Stone Giant fighter in a minute or two or 3rd level Drider cleric in just a few seconds. Allowing you, the GM, to either experiment to find the right monster to really challenge your party or simply use the time you save creating monsters to write more adventures.
The monster and NPC generators follows all the rules of D&D 3.5 for creating monsters with classes and NPCs. So the monsters / NPC you create with this tool are just as good as the ones you would create by hand. The results can be printed out directly from the web page or use the plain text option to cut & paste the monster into your adventure.
The tool is easy to use. Simply select the monster and optionally select its classes, levels and its skill focus. The focus controls how the monster's / NPCs skill points are used, ensuring that your monster / NPC has the right skills to terrorise your party. Special attacks and class abilities are allocated automatically but the monster generator / NPC generator lets the GM select the feats. Monsters / NPCs also start with their default weapons and attacks but these can be changed, as can the monster's ability scores and size.
Once you are happy with your changes press the RECALCLATE button to see how the changes effect the monster.
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Hi Paul, tnx for your answer.
No, in general i don’t have a specific PrCl to add before than others, but i guess some PrCl from the class manuals could be good.
Something from Complete Champion, Arcane, Divine, Scoundrel and so on maybe are a good start ^^
Ther’re so many PrCl around that is very hard to find something specific at the beginning
If u need an help in making some table, TXT or whatever other format u need, if i can help you somehow, i’ll be pleased to do it ^^
I’m afraid that I can only add prestige classes from the 3.5 DMs guide. All the other books are not covered in the SRD so I can’t use them (WOC copyright). So the only other classes I can add are Archmage, Dragon Disciple, Duelist, Dwarven Defender, Eldritch knight, etc,,
ok Paul, tnx for clarification on this point ^^
I was interested in a membership I live in the states, so do you take credit cards and how much would that be in cash. thank you.
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