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Me Too - Answers to Random Wizard's 20 Question

(1). Race (Elf, Dwarf, Halfling) as a class? Yes or no?

     - Yes and No. In Eira, each Race has class options only available to that race.

(2). Do demi-humans have souls?

     - Mortal demi-humans, yes. Immortal demi-humans like Elves and Pixies, no.

(3). Ascending or descending armor class?

     - Ascending.

(4). Demi-human level limits?

     - No, but I think that should be countered by having it become harder for demi-humans to level after a certain point.

(5). Should thief be a class?

     - Yes. To me, thieves/rogues are an essential class to the fantasy roleplaying genre.

(6). Do characters get non-weapon skills?


     - Maybe? I think it worked very well in 3.5, Pathfinder and 4e, but it makes it so much simpler to just play it by ear.

(7). Are magic-users more powerful than fighters (and, if yes, what level do they take the lead)?


     - Yes, and around level 5 in my opinion

(8). Do you use alignment languages?


     - No. Racial languages.

(9). XP for gold, or XP for objectives (thieves disarming traps, etc...)?


     - XP for objectives. 

(10). Which is the best edition; ODD, Holmes, Moldvay, Mentzer, Rules Cyclopedia, 1E ADD, 2E ADD, 3E ADD, 4E ADD, Next ?

     - ODD and its derivatives with 3.5 being a runner up.


Bonus Question: Unified XP level tables or individual XP level tables for each class?


Individual XP tables.

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