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Simply select the desired Race and initial Class from the drop down boxes
in the "Initial Stats" tab. Then adjust the initial stats using the spin
controls on the right side.
Move to the "Level Progression" tab to select classes you intend to level,
and in what order: click the "Add Level" button to select the next class to
level. Make choices for skill upgrades, feats, etc. in the dialog box and
click OK. You can use the "Edit Level" button to modify the level currently
selected in the level list. The main window can be resized to view more of the
information, if needed. Columns in the table can be reordered or resized by
draging the column headers or separators with the mouse. Double-clicking the
header separator will resize the column to fit its contents.
Finally, move to the "Report" tab to generate a text summary of your
character, which can be used to help create your character in-game. This text
can be copied and then pasted elsewhere (select the text using the mouse and
press Ctrl-C to copy it).
You can move back to previous tabs and modify your choices as needed. Some
of the choices made in the "Level Progression" tab may be lost if earlier
choices are changed, as these choices may contradict each other. The "Report"
tab will be updated each time it is viewed.
A message from Sanyi, the program's creator:
I was feeling kind of bored after my beta key for DDO ran out, so I decided to write this program to give me something to do while waiting for pre-launch to start . My character generator is freeware, so feel free to redistribute it to anyone. All I ask is that you only distribute the entire ZIP archive, exactly as you downloaded it.
Make sure you read the ReadMe.txt file included in the archive for installation instructions and other important information.
This software is a work-in-progress. Some of the features haven't been implemented yet, and some of the data is probably incorrect. I plan on updating the program often, so if you find any problems, or have any suggestions.
Version 2.0 of the Microsoft .NET framework is required. You can download it here if you're running the 32-bit version of Windows XP (or any other Windows version dating back to 98), or here if you're using the 64-bit.