|1||Sapling||0||1D8 + 1D4|
|2||Forest Warrior||4000||2D8 + 1D4|
|3||Eyes of the Forest||5000||2D8 + 2D4|
|4||Sword of the Forest||8000||3D8 + 2D4|
|5||Sage of the Forest||10000||3D8 + 3D4|
|6||Wearer of the Garland||16000||4D8 + 3D4|
|7||Leaf Bringer||20000||4D8 + 4D4|
|8||Spring Breeze||40000||4D8 + 5D4|
|9||Summer Flower||70000||4D8 + 5D4 + 1|
|10||Enchanted Grove||100000||4D8 + 5D4 + 2|
|11||Voice of the Forest||150000||4D8 + 5D4 + 3|
|Level||To Hit Roll||Saving Throws||Spells by Level|
|2||3||4||5||6||7||8||9||Death Ray or Poison||All Wands||Stone||Dragon Breath||Staves Spells||1||2||3||4|
Logic of the tables: Elves are multi-class fighters and magic-users
limited to level four fighter and level eight magic-users. They must evenly
divide the experience between the two classes even after reaching maximum
level as a fighter. This chart merely doubles all costs and arranges the
levels. Until the character has nine hit dice he gains one appropriate for
each class as he gains a level. This means an elf starts with two hit dice.
After maxing out hit dice the character gains extra-hit points as a magic-user
as these levels are all magic-user level.
Titles: I tried to make the titles martial until after the maximum
fighter level. After that I went more airy/fairy mystical names to fit my
conception of elves.
Effects: The idea is to move elves in a less even manner than
traditional BX unified elves. An elf will advance a bit slower and with a
bias. In traditional BX an elf with 8000xp will act as third level in both
classes. Here, he is a third level fighter but only second level magic-user.
He will never fight beyond a four level fighter where in BX he can fight as
tenth level. He does eventually cast as an eighth level magic-user although
slightly less powerful (only one 4th level spell