*A Red & Pleasant Land*with my race-and-class house rules.

__The Fool__Hit Dice and Minimum First-Level HP: As chosen race

Saving Throw Table if Human: As original Specialist class

Saving Throw Table if Not Human: As corresponding original LotFP race-as-class

Experience Table if Human: As original Specialist class

Experience Table if Not Human: As corresponding original LotFP race-as-class

__Class Abilities__

**Exasperation:**As per

*A Red & Pleasant Land*p. 30-31

**Level-Up Table:**At first level and every time the Fool levels up, roll d30 twice on the following table and reference the corresponding result on the original d100 table from

*A Red & Pleasant Land*p. 32-33.

- Result
**71**on the original table:**"She noticed the Red Knight always feinted to his left..."** - Result
**72**on the original table:**"Alice liked pies..."** - Result
**73**on the original table:**"She closed her eyes and said the words..."** - Result
**74**on the original table:**"Oh, I do so apologize..."** - Result
**75**on the original table:**"Her sister had mentioned they were dreadful people..."** - Result
**76**on the original table:**"All that hiding..."** - Result
**77**on the original table:**"It seemed nearly everything was dangerous..."** - Result
**78**on the original table:**"It was very shiny..."** - Result
**79**on the original table:**"She was not such a mouse..."** - Result
**80**on the original table:**"Alice then did something quite astonishing..."** - Result
**81**on the original table:**"The blue one certainly did make the Alice taller..."** - Result
**82**on the original table:**"She could be very charming..."** - Result
**83**on the original table:**"It really was curious..."** - Result
**84**on the original table:**"She knew to curtsey..."** - Result
**85**on the original table:**"It was so lovely..."** - Result
**86**on the original table:**"She had not known her mother's cousin very well..."** - Result
**87**on the original table:**"They kept talking..."** - Result
**88**on the original table:**"She knew from school what the word meant..."** - Result
**89**on the original table:**"Alice quite liked drawing..."** - Result
**90**on the original table:**"She thought it might be a saltcellar..."** - Result
**91-93**on the original table:**"She did seem to offend people..."** - Result
**91-93**on the original table:**"She did seem to offend people..."** - Result
**91-93**on the original table:**"She did seem to offend people..."** - Result
**94**on the original table:**"They all listened attentively..."** - Result
**95**on the original table:**"They began to throw stones..."** - Result
**96**on the original table:**"She began to feel somewhat neglected."** - Result
**97-98**on the original table:**"She tried to remember what she knew about stoats."** - Result
**97-98**on the original table:**"She tried to remember what she knew about stoats."** - Result
**99-100**on the original table:**"Alice had seen so many unusual things lately..."** - Result
**99-100**on the original table:**"Alice had seen so many unusual things lately..."**

__Alternative Level-Up Table__

If no one at the table has a d30, or if the DM wishes to exclude certain results, a d20 table could be used instead. Here is one possibility

*****:- Result
**71**on the original table:**"She noticed the Red Knight always feinted to his left..."** - Result
**72**on the original table:**"Alice liked pies..."** - Result
**74**on the original table:**"Oh, I do so apologize..."** - Result
**75**on the original table:**"Her sister had mentioned they were dreadful people..."** - Result
**76**on the original table:**"All that hiding..."** - Result
**77**on the original table:**"It seemed nearly everything was dangerous..."** - Result
**78**on the original table:**"It was very shiny..."** - Result
**80**on the original table:**"Alice then did something quite astonishing..."** - Result
**81**on the original table:**"The blue one certainly did make the Alice taller..."** - Result
**82**on the original table:**"She could be very charming..."** - Result
**83**on the original table:**"It really was curious..."** - Result
**84**on the original table:**"She knew to curtsey..."** - Result
**87**on the original table:**"They kept talking..."** - Result
**89**on the original table:**"Alice quite liked drawing..."** - Result
**90**on the original table:**"She thought it might be a saltcellar..."** - Result
**91-93**on the original table:**"She did seem to offend people..."** - Result
**95**on the original table:**"They began to throw stones..."** - Result
**96**on the original table:**"She began to feel somewhat neglected."** - Result
**97-98**on the original table:**"She tried to remember what she knew about stoats."** - Result
**99-100**on the original table:**"Alice had seen so many unusual things lately..."**

__Optional Race and Alignment Restrictions__

I prefer to allow any combination of race and class, and to ditch alignment altogether. But if someone put a gun to my head and told me I

*had to*use race- and alignment-based class restrictions, I'd probably do this:- Humans can choose any class and any alignment.
- Dwarves are always Lawful, and are thus restricted to being Fighters or Clerics.
- Elves are always Chaotic, and are thus restricted to being Fighters or Magic-Users.
- Halflings are always Neutral, and are thus restricted to being Fighters or Fools.
- Clerics must be Lawful, Magic-Users must be Chaotic, and Fools must be Neutral. Fighters can choose any alignment.

If anyone actually cares, I can explain my reasoning for this alignment setup later. Hint: Check out this post at METAL vs. SKIN.

*****Personally, I would probably use this table instead of the d30 one, because it removes some of the results from the original table that I don't particularly care for.

This is very cool!

ReplyDeleteThanks! I'm thinking about trying to fit some of your Meatlandia classes into this scheme, but I'm not sure how I want to approach the subject yet.

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