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1 hour ago, Arkady said:

Which ones?

 

The CGS does take a little to quite get used to (and puts PDF creation under "save as" instead of having the expected "export as"), but if you sort of know your way around GURPS it's pretty cool. It also actually calculates the interaction between skill defaults and talents/other bonuses correctly RAW, though I kinda hope that won't be as much of a factor for other characters then Charity/Samantha.

CGS is what I used to generate my character.  It's awkward to get used to but once you do it's a pretty nice tool

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