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They're cumulative: they add together, not replace each other. From the Pathfinder SRD section on Multiclassing: Instead of gaining the abilities granted by the next level in your character's current class, he can instead gain the 1st-level abilities of a new class, adding all of those abilities to his existing ones. This is known as “multiclassing.” ...


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First, I don't believe that "why" is something that this community can answer; this was a decision of the designers and their reasons, to the extent that they have any, are a mystery. Notwithstanding, your question is why the XP per level looks like this: Steady growth until 11th level, then a sharp drop and not reaching the 10->11 level again until ...


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PFSRD: ...it has only half of the real creature's levels or HD... Reading this straight, I believe as far as class levels are concerned, halving each classes' levels is the best way to do this, as long as the end result can come out legal. I feel the text clearly points this direction. If the creature has racial HD, those are halved as well. (If ...


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When you use the simulacrum spell with a P.C in mind you can do the following. Try to determine how this character was before he got to his current class and level. Meaning if the P.C is a level 10 fighter you should make him as he should be when he was level 5 with the skills and feats that are appropriate for his level and needs. this is more so the case ...



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