One thing I really like about 3.0/3.5 was the ease of multi-classing. To do so you pretty much need a single level progression for all classes. There are one or two different options for multi-classing in C&C, none of them have the ease of 3.0/3.5 multi-classing. Once again the beauty of C&C is that its math is based on the d20 system and is easily ported over. I thought I would use pathfinders progression for an example. Pathfinder offers three different progression speeds. slow, medium, and fast. So you can set the pace of your game.
Level Slow Medium Fast
1st — — —
2nd 3,000 2,000 1,300
3rd 7,500 5,000 3,300
4th 14,000 9,000 6,000
5th 23,000 15,000 10,000
6th 35,000 23,000 15,000
7th 53,000 35,000 23,000
8th 77,000 51,000 34,000
9th 115,000 75,000 50,000
10th 160,000 105,000 71,000
The other option for this is to use the System laid out in True20. Which is there is no system in True20. In that system the GM just decides when you level. He looks at your accomplishments and tells you when you have reached the next level. As a group, or individually. Many gamers have a knee jerk reaction to not like this option. But I really think its great. Since the GM decided when you earn Experience any way it just knows down the pretense that leveling is some how up to the system and not the GM.
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