Invalid alignment: '-r' npc, by Jamis Buck (email@example.com) Options: -r
-S -c -g -l -h (race|class|strategy|alignment|gender) -s -n -a -b -o (a|c|i|b|s|k|l|f|p|S) -w (p|s) -p -W -d For , , , , and , you only need to type part of the full name. To see what possible options exist for those values, use the -h option, followed by race, level, strategy, class, alignment, or gender. (No space, ie: -hrace, or -hgender). If -b is given, background information is generated. The -W option will cause the lines to wrap at the given line length, at the first white space found. The -d option species the path to the NPC data files (for names and background files) -- it defaults to '~/.npc/'. The -o options are for the stat-block output. They mean: a: ability bonuses c: AC breakdown i: initiative breakdown b: attack breakdown s: saving throw breakdown k: skill breakdown l: languages f: skills and feats p: posessions S: spells The -w option is for determining the output format. It means: p: output in PCGen format. s: output in stat-block format. , when doing stat-block output (-ws), is the name of a file, in which case the output is all redirected to that file. When doing PCGen output (-wp), is the name of a directory, in which case each NPC is created in a separate file in the given directory.