Thread: Bonus Hit Die
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dungeonguru
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Old August 3rd, 2018, 04:12 AM
What I had above if you copied it and pasted it into a .user file would have shown up on the Adjustments tab, under Other. It was written as an adjustment.

If you want a feat, you have to use a different set of variables on the setup, you would use usrCandid1 instead of pCandExpr and userChosen instead of pChosen. Adjustments use different variables than feats.

Timing side I put it Post-level 10000, It could probably go anywhere before Final though. This is what it looks like as a self-contained feat:

<thing id="fXXXAddHDF" name="Added HD Feat" description="This feat adds a HD to the in-play tab." compset="Feat" uniqueness="useronce">
<fieldval field="usrCandid1" value="DiceSize.? &amp; Helper.HitDieShow"/>
<tag group="Helper" tag="ShowSpec"/>
<tag group="ChooseSrc1" tag="Hero"/>
<tag group="User" tag="NoAutoName"/>
<eval phase="PostLevel" priority="10000"><![CDATA[ ~ If we're not enabled, get out now
doneif (field[usrChosen1].ischosen = 0)

~ Add to the chosen hit die
field[usrChosen1].chosen.field[trkMax].value += 1]]></eval>
</thing>


Edit:
If you're not copying/pasting this into the .user file and trying to build it piece by piece, it is important to know that
DiceSize.? &amp; Helper.HitDieShow
won't work, you have to type the following into the editor:
DiceSize.? & Helper.HitDieShow

This happens because the editor has to save what you type as xml and certain characters like the & are saved as an XML sequence.

Last edited by dungeonguru; August 3rd, 2018 at 04:19 AM. Reason: Clarify
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