Re: Request a Homebrew: Thread 2!
Some time ago I happened to find some alternate rule for weapon proficiencies, that I quite liked, but never remembered to save it or link back to it, so I thought I would ask the nice people here for help.
If I remember right, that rule was based on giving classes a characteristic called a 'proficiency rating' (or something similar) based on their BAB/class (maybe an ability modifier too?) and then assigning similar scores to weapons ('complexity/skill/aptitude score'), so a character is proficient with all weapons whose complexity rating is equal to or lower than his proficiency rating.
Does anyone know where to find this rule? If so, I would be quite happy.
Thanks in advance.
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