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What you're missing is that Level 30 items, particularly Weapons/Implements, Neck, and Armor, are often 5+ or 15+ items. The items you mentioned exist, but they exist (in both cases) as 15+ items- i.e., you could get a +3 version as a level 15 item, a +4 as a level 20, a +5 as a level 25, and a +6 as a level 30 item. The GodplateDDI is just a Masterwork ...


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Use DDI, choose "Items" from the dropdown, in filters, enter "30" to "30" in the level, and click apply. All Level 30 items will then appear, with their associated book.


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Have you tried Adventurer's Vault or Mordenkainen's Magnificent Emporium? There is Agile Armor +6 that gives you an item bonus to AC equal to your Dexterity modifier + 3, unless you're bloodied. ALso, you can find Flame Tongue Weapon +6. +6d8 fire damage on a crit, +6 attack and damage, your untyped damage becomes fire damage, you gain resistance to fire ...


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This is not going to be the best answer, this is only what I do. I think it's quite difficult for regular users, but I post here because it's handy to me. I have all characters sheets of all games (including DH) in a very simple HTML format that looks good on a text editor and on a browser. Those character sheets are stored on a git server I have hosted. I ...


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Apps for W40k doesn't exist due to licensing issues with Gamers Workshop, but I do something really simple: I download the xls from this site http://www.blackmoor.org.uk/40K.html Which is a really good character generator and I print it to PDF and keep it on my phone. I take separate notes which I later add to the xls and print again. I know it's a hassle ...


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YogoZuno mentioned PCGen. I have been using it for a few months for my game. It is great for creating PCs and NPCs, but the GMGen (DM tools) module is a little buggy. I found that the encounter tool (for tracking initiatives, HPs, etc) would work for one combat, then crash when I tried to start the next. I ended up creating my own Excel spreadsheet with ...


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Unless you are very lucky with Scion, then this will have to be written from scratch. I would have to question whether that was worth it. This is something to embark on in my opinion only if you would enjoy the coding challenge, and unless you have a lot of spare time before you need decisions on those house rules, you may not hit a deadline. Most pen and ...


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Considering that your goal here is to simulate the effects of rules changes, it is very unlikely that there is software general enough to do that which doesn't simply amount to a programming language itself. If you would like to look at changes at a somewhat more atomic level, AnyDice is a fantastic tool for simulating just raw dice probabilities. In many ...



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