36 Replies to “D&D Stats”

  1. str: ? (got to go to the gym)
    dex: 12
    con: 11
    int: 15
    wis: 17
    cha: 18

    The IQ converter is gone mad. Try with example values. 300 IQ + PhD grants 17 like average PhD, 100 IQ + highschool (+/- average citizen) grants 8 while average d&d is 10-11. Mine 146IQ + master gave me 12 or something, so then I decided not to specify the number.

  2. Str: 9
    Int: 15
    Wis: 15
    Dex: 10
    Con: 13
    Chr: 11

    guess it’s true, I would be a cleric or mage! But I found out I have no strenght, style or grace. Therefore I am pathetic 🙁

  3. Str: 9
    Int: 15
    Wis: 15
    Dex: 10
    Con: 13
    Chr: 11

    guess it’s true, I would be a cleric or mage! But I found out I have no strenght, style or grace. Therefore I am pathetic 🙁

  4. Str: 9
    Int: 15
    Wis: 15
    Dex: 10
    Con: 13
    Chr: 11

    guess it’s true, I would be a cleric or mage! But I found out I have no strenght, style or grace. Therefore I am pathetic 🙁

  5. Str: 9
    Int: 15
    Wis: 15
    Dex: 10
    Con: 13
    Chr: 11

    guess it’s true, I would be a cleric or mage! But I found out I have no strenght, style or grace. Therefore I am pathetic 🙁

  6. Strength:7
    Intelligence:13
    Wisdom:14
    Dexterity:13
    Constitution:16
    Charisma:4

    i disagree with the strength and intelligence formulas. The strength only covers strength in the arms, thus not making it as accurate it can be. as for intelligence, anyone who got over a 14 either doesnt know their intelligence quotient or is lying. Schooling is not an accurate way to measure intelligence, either. If such were the case, then geniuses like Galileo would have a score of around 10. Even Stephen Hawking, the smartest man alive, only has an intelligence score of 16 according to this scale

  7. Strength:7
    Intelligence:13
    Wisdom:14
    Dexterity:13
    Constitution:16
    Charisma:4

    i disagree with the strength and intelligence formulas. The strength only covers strength in the arms, thus not making it as accurate it can be. as for intelligence, anyone who got over a 14 either doesnt know their intelligence quotient or is lying. Schooling is not an accurate way to measure intelligence, either. If such were the case, then geniuses like Galileo would have a score of around 10. Even Stephen Hawking, the smartest man alive, only has an intelligence score of 16 according to this scale

  8. Str: 15
    Int: 17
    Wis: 18
    Dex: 16
    Con: 15
    Chr: 13

    I agree with the stated descrepencies. my legs are much stronger than my arms (as all peoples are) and the test goes nowhere near leg strength.

    And also the intelligence test. I agree that schooling goes nowhere near someone’s real IQ. A better idea would be to have a link to an IQ test.

  9. Str: 15
    Int: 17
    Wis: 18
    Dex: 16
    Con: 15
    Chr: 13

    I agree with the stated descrepencies. my legs are much stronger than my arms (as all peoples are) and the test goes nowhere near leg strength.

    And also the intelligence test. I agree that schooling goes nowhere near someone’s real IQ. A better idea would be to have a link to an IQ test.

  10. str: ? (got to go to the gym)
    dex: 12
    con: 11
    int: 15
    wis: 17
    cha: 18

    The IQ converter is gone mad. Try with example values. 300 IQ + PhD grants 17 like average PhD, 100 IQ + highschool (+/- average citizen) grants 8 while average d&d; is 10-11. Mine 146IQ + master gave me 12 or something, so then I decided not to specify the number.

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