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Could you explain AD&D levels in terms of narrative context and analogies?
Recently started playing BGEE and BG2EE. I've always been a role player and I would like to know what each level means in narrative context so I could better immerse myself with the game. Because I look at the game in RP perspectives, I am playing without adjusting the first attribute rolls I was given, on a core rule with no-reloads. I am aware many NPCs in the game are inflated in terms of levels, but it will still help my RPing greatly to have a notion of levels in AD&D.
I'm looking for something like this with warrior/wizard/rogue for AD&D, respectively:http://www.reddit.com/r/DnD/comments/240uag/a_level_4_is_a_veteran_my_personal_35_level/
It could be a lot to ask for, but I've not come across much on this topic in my research, and this thread can help those who are looking for the same topic. I would really appreciate as detailed explanations as possible for each level; I want to feel sense of accomplishment with each advancement.