y = -0.0016*(x-6)^4+0.0623*(x-6)^3-0.6272*(x-6)^2+3.302*(x-6)-6.697
That is the extrapolation of the Pathfinder Point buy system which typically only accommodates scores between 7 and 18. This generator allows you to go as low as 3 and high as 20 with any given stat. In addition to being able to create a character within the bounds of a Low, Standard, High, or Epic Fantasy you may also generate a random stat array via three different methods:
4d6 Drop the Lowest
(Averages out to a 18.5 Point Buy)
5d4+1d6 Drop the Two Lowest
(Averages out to a 25.7 Point Buy)
3d6 Twice, Keep the Better Set
(Averages out to a 17.2 Point Buy)
And don't think this system only works for Pathfinder, My playgroup uses this system for our 5th Edition D&D Sessions and we love it. A nice mix of min/max for the players that enjoy that, and a whole lot of ability to flavor characters how you want. Some of the best stories come from the Rogue that has the Charisma of a Robot Shield Guardian or the Bear Totem Barbarian who has the intelligence of an actual Owlbear.
Let the adventure begin...
Swapped the WIS and INT Fields to correspond to typical Character sheets
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Clean, Simple, Easy to use
It doesn't really take much to crunch some numbers for a character sheet, but I like having the options this app gives. Being able to nuke certain stats to pump others is pretty cool. In my 5e group we allow one uncommon magic item when starting the game, so all you do is drop your int. or str. to 3 then pick up the gauntlets of ogre power, or the headband of intellect, to bring your character back to great stats. I made a half elf character with the array (Epic Fantasy) 10/19/17/16/3/14, so after racial mods and the headband of intellect I ended up with 10/20/18/16/19/16. Pretty sweet if you ask me.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.