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Dezea December 8th, 2013 07:11 PM

Editing Bard for Pathfinder, advice needed !
Hey guy, first post on this forum, let's just start by saying Hero Lab is really a great tools, and I've been using it with pleasure for quite a long time already !

That being said, I'm kinda stuck with some editing here, as i'm not the most competent person when it comes to coding things (And speaking english, as i'm pretty sure you'll see soon enough !)

Here's the problem : In my actual campaign, I'm playing a bard who, because of some Story-related improvement, got 8 skill point / Lvl instead of 6.

I wanted to edit it into a new Bard in the editor of Hero Lab, and everything went fine exept for...Versatile Performance.

I can't get any of the normal performance option in the menu displayed in the "Bard" tab of the caracters. It's simply bland.

I checked that the editor aknowledge the Custom Ability, and It does, tho I don't see where I should go to ensure that It list the performances into it.

If someone faced the same problem, or if someone got any tips about it, i'll be really thankfull !

Anyway, thanks for the help, and good evening !


Aaron December 8th, 2013 07:38 PM

So, if I understand, you made a copy of Bard, and changed the Skill Points per level from 6 to 8, but now the Versatile Performance table says there are no performances to select?

If that is right, try this. Select your class helper in the editor (it is on the Class tab, not the Class Level tab). Then go to the "Custom Abilities" section and look for the "Allow Custom Abilities" button. It's about the 5th line. Click on that and check the box for the Bard Class.

Dezea December 8th, 2013 07:59 PM

You sir, are my new hero.

Thanks a lot, got it fixed in a few second !

: )

Aaron December 8th, 2013 08:17 PM

No problem, happy to help.

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