Jan 1, 2009 21:17 (PostID: 266886) 0
Seems that you cannot find this list on the SRD or crystal keep, so I ran a search, and found an archived list. Just sticking this here so people can find it. :)
1st level starting golds -
Barbarian 4d4x10 (100 gp)
Bard 4d4x10 (100 gp)
Cleric 5d4x10 (125 gp)
Druid 2d4x10 (50 gp)
Favored Soul 5d4x10 (125 gp)
Fighter 6d4x10 (150 gp)
Hexblade 6d4×10 (150 gp)
Monk 5d4 (12 gp, 5 sp)
Ninja 4d4x10 (100 gp)
Paladin 6d4x10 (150 gp)
Psion 3d4x10 (75 gp)
Psychic Warrior 5d4x10 (125 gp)
Ranger 6d4x10 (150 gp)
Rogue 5d4x10 (125 gp)
Samurai 2d4×10 (50 gp)
Scout 5d4x10 (125 gp)
Shugenja 3d4x10 (75 gp)
Sorcerer 3d4x10 (75 gp)
Soulknife 5d4x10 (125 gp)
Spellthief 4d4x10 (100 gp)
Spirit Shaman 3d4x10 (75 gp)
Swashbuckler 6d4×10 (150 gp)
Totemist 2d4×10 gp (50 gp)
Warlock 4d4x10 hp (100 gp)
Warmage 3d4x10 (75 gp)
Wilder 4d4x10 (100 gp)
Wizard 3d4x10 (75 gp)
Wu Jen 3d4x10 (75 gp)
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Jan 19, 2010 23:56 (PostID: 331758) 0
You know when I did a Google search for Warlock starting gold, this was the first result?
Mar 18, 2010 01:18 (PostID: 344579) 0
Do you know the Archivist and Dread Necromancer?
Mar 18, 2010 02:19 (PostID: 344582) 0
Well, they don't even HAVE entries, so use whatever base class you think matches the best (checking weapon and armor proficiencies is one of the best ways to compare):
For Archivist I personally use Bard, and Dread Necromancer I would say Warmage/Beguiler.
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May 24, 2010 05:40 (PostID: 355510) 0
I suggest you get the free 3.5 char maker program called Redblade, make the character you want in levels, go to "Shop" and see how much gold you get.
Jun 30, 2010 11:50 (PostID: 362201) 0
Redblade seems nice but:
1. Only covers core classes. You can add the others, but you have to type the gold in manually.
2. The version that was going to include all the other classes is vaporware.
3. We're talking 1st level characters.
Thanks for pointing it out, though.
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