At 01:48 PM 4/24/96 -0400, you wrote: >On Mon, 24 Apr 1995, David Blocher wrote: > >> I still have the questions about how a skill system exists: >> >> 1> If there are no levels, do players hits and mana increase with >> time/adventuring? If so how? > >Not on my system. Depending on race, you get rolled somewhere between >75 and 250 or so hp's when you make you char, there is a small fluxuation >due to aging, but other than that, or magic, thats all you get. > > You might also want to consider coding a skill to raise hit points and mana. For instance, you might have a Durability skill that give you either a set or random number of hit points each time you practice it. This skill may do nothing more than raise hit points, or you can add any other cool feature you like to it - perhaps the ability to take less damage from attacks? It depends on your own personal tastes, and how your MUD is set up. The real trick is making everything balance out in the end. On some muds 250 hit points is great. On others mobs do well over 250 per hit. <snip> ----- Jason Bell email@example.com "Nuke the gay baby seals for Jesus"
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