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AD&D 2nd edition, which is largely compatible with AD&D 1st edition, has an optional way to customise races in Player's Option: Skills & Powers. The system breaks down the traditional list of abilities a race grants and assigns them values in Character Points. A character gets a certain number of CP to purchase racial abilities, choosing from ...


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Designing the Gnobbit, the Gnalfling, or the Halfome. (Note: Neither Svirfbits nor Halfieblein are addressed. That is left as an exercise for the reader). In asking for "balanced" hybrids, this fits within the general level of "balanced" for 1e that exists. Demi-Human breeds with Demi-Human The two 1e races are both in the small size, and are very ...


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Option 1. Find a homebrew cat race, as described in other answers. Option 2. Choose the stats from a standard race (elf?), but describe it as a cat-person and replace obvious race features as they come up (eg. speak feline not elvish) Option 3. Actual cat! See if she finds this fun. Add abilities as she suggests them, if she's happy being a cat-cat, or if ...


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Savage Species has rules for anthropomorphic animals. An Anthropomorphic Cat is a LA+1 race. Oriental Adventures has Hengeyokai, which are "intelligent, shapechanging animals, able to shift freely between human and animal forms, as well as a bipedal, animalistic form." They were originally LA+1, but an article in Dragon #318 updated them to 3.5 rules: ...


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Something with a level adjustment of +10 isn't really supposed to be played. Sure, you could piece by piece, pick apart some abilities to knock off level adjustments, however, that would take a lot of your DM's time and flipping back and forth between the DMG, Savage Species, and Book of Exalted Deeds. But each level adjustment that is reduced is another ...



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