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SB1 - The Adventurer: „Not again! The best attribute you have rolled at character creation is a 13 in charisma and your Labyrinth Lord won't let you change the order of your ability scores! And with this 7 in strength the char won't survive long.”

This supplement presents the ultimate answer. The adventurer class is THE class for all your characters with low ability scores. Probably the adventurer is the only class in the Labyrinth Lord game with no minimum attribute scores required. No, there are maximum scores for the most important scores. To compensate for these low scores, the adventurer class has access to some magic spells, some healing powers and even some thieving skills. At level 9 the adventurer can build his or her own inn!

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December 13th, 2012
I'm a big fan of these little, cheapie class expansions for old D&D. The adventurer class is a rather funny addition, being essentially a sort of every-man hero. He isn't overly good at any one thing, but can do a number of different tasks. On top [...]
March 26th, 2012
The Adventurer is a great concept. They're a kind of plucky every man who picks up a few skills here and there to help them survive. More than even a Bard, they are the jack of all trades, but the master of none. However, in spite of a fantastic origin [...]
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