levelup

Customizable LevelUp

Short Name: 
sparklevel

Provides an in-game menu to customize what, if any, additional benefits your character gains when leveling up. You can access these settings by going to the SparkLevel tab in the Game Options.

Changelog
1.0.0 - 2020-12-30
- Release

1.0.1 - 2020-12-31
- Fixed settings not saving

1.0.2 - 2021-01-02
- Moved settings to config.settings; this means settings are global instead of per character
- All saves and all resist values now actually take effect
- Some clarification in the settings menu on certain values

1.0.3 - 2021-01-02
- Spelling mistakes (doh!)

Early Boost & Some More Points Redux

Short Name: 
EarlyBoostRedux

Significantly more points in the early game. Original by destructivore.

Comfortably Generous Levels

Short Name: 
ComGenLev

Is Slightly generous with talents, types and stat points for each level gained.
Birth stats remain unchanged.

+ 5 to MaxHP per level. (Double at level 2)

4 stat points per level. (5 at level 2)
2 talent points per level ( 3 if a multiple of 5 )
2 generic points per level.
1 category points per instance at levels 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40 and 50.
1 category points per instance a level 75 and every 25 levels after.
1 prodigies at level 10, 20, 30 and 40. Additionally, +1 prodigies every 50 levels.

Sidekick Level Catch-up

Short Name: 
golem_level

Modifies various player sidekicks (Alchemists' golem, Writhing Ones' worm that walks from the Forbidden Cults DLC, Annihilators' mecharachnid from the Embers of Rage DLC) to synchronize their level with the player's level every time they are re-added to map, in case the player gained a level while the sidekick dead.

(Disclaimer: The failure of sidekicks to do this in the base game is believed to be a bug; if said bug is fixed in a future version, this addon will be officially deprecated.)

Significantly Generous Levels

Short Name: 
SigGenLev

Is moderately generous with talents, types and stat points for each level gained.
Additionally, gives a bonus to resist all, saves and MaxHP per level.
Birth stats remain unchanged.

+ 0.1% resist all per level upto level 50. (Double at level 2)

+0.1% resist all every even level at levels 51+

+ 1 to all saves per level upto level 50. (Double at level 2)

+1 to all saves every even level at levels 51+

+ 5 to MaxHP per level. (Double at level 2)

4 stat points per level.
2 talent points per level ( 3 if a multiple of 5 ).
2 generic points per level ( 1 if a multiple of 5 ).
1 category points per instance at levels 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40 and 50

    ( and 1 category point for every 25 levels after).

1 prodigies at levels 5, 10, 20, 30 and 40. Additionally, +1 prodigies every 50 levels.

Resonably Generous Levels

Short Name: 
ResGenLev

Is resonably generous with talents, types and stat points for each level gained.
Additionally, gives a bonus to resist all, saves and MaxHP per level.
Birth stats remain unchanged.

+ 0.1% resist all per level upto level 50. (Double at level 2)

+0.1% resist all every even level at levels 51+

+ 1 to all saves per level upto level 50. (Double at level 2)

+1 to all saves every even level at levels 51+

+ 5 to MaxHP per level. (Double at level 2)

4 stat points per level. (9 at level 2) and (6 at level 3 to 15)
2 talent points per level ( 3 if a multiple of 5 ) and (+1 at level 2 to 15)
2 generic points per level ( 1 if a multiple of 5 ) and (+1 at level 2 to 15)
2 category points per instance at levels 5, 10 and 15.
2 category points per instance at levels 20, 25, 30, 35, 40 and 50.
1 category points per instance a level 75 and every 75 levels after.
2 prodigies at level 10.
1 prodigies at levels 20, 30 and 40. Additionally, +1 prodigies every 50 levels.

TLR's Stat Changes

Short Name: 
stat-changes

My personal twist on and combination of "Moderately Generous Levels" by Chaotic Heretic, and "Constitution Viability Buff" by Raenarill.

This is my first ToME mod, so bear with me, I'm still working on balance and stuff, just give me constructive criticism please!

Leveling changes:
Sets max level to 100, though you still get the bonus points at 50. Birth stats remain unchanged.

+ 0.2% resist all per level, so 10% at level 50, 20% should you reach level 100.

+1 to all saves per level up to level 50.
Level 2 is a "double" level, granting double the normal points (6 stat, 2 class/generic points)
Extra stat point every even level, starting at level 4.
Extra class point ever odd level, starting at level 3.
Gets rid of the extra class point and removal of a generic point at level intervals of 5.
One category point at levels 10, 15, 20, 25, 35, 50, 75, and 100. Removed point at 34.
Two prodigies at level 25, and then one at 50, 75, and 100. Removed prodigy at 42.

Constitution changes:
Max life per point increased from 4 to 6.
Added 0.05 life regen/turn per point.
Added 0.75% Heal Mod per point.
Added 0.2% chance to shrug off criticals per point.
Added 1 Stamina per point.

Early Boost & Some More Points

Short Name: 
earlyBoost

Significantly more points in the early game.
Each level below 10 gives +2 generic/class points so you can have stuff earlier.
Category points are granted at 5, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, etc.
Prodigies are at 25, 35, 45, 50, and every 50 thereafter.

That's it.

Ceramic Heroes

Short Name: 
ceramic-heroes

Characters are more durable, but harder to fix. +20 life per level, but start at 75% healing mod. Meant to reduce the occurrence of getting oneshot in exchange for increased damage pressure in general.

Cheaper Mastery

Short Name: 
cheapmastery

Lowers cost for mastery upgrades to half a category point, making mastery upgrades a much better option than they are now.

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