Working on the monster chapter of Chanbara right now, and the treasure table. At the moment, I've taken the "human" monsters out to save space, but since my new page count goal is 96 pages, I think I might throw them back in. That way, there will be "official" (I really detest the plea to "official"ness in RPGs) stats for yakuza, yojinbo and oniwabanshu bodyguards, ashigaru, daimyo, peasant/artisan/merchant/eta, wandering duelist ronin, and the like.
I need to work up hirelings/specialists/mercenaries pay charts like in the Expert Set now that I think about it.
For the treasure table, I went a bit less abstract than D&D's alphabetical system. Sorta similar to 3E/4E (please don't shudder yet), I've divided treasure categories by hit dice. However, I've subdivided each hit die band into four: incidental, low, average, high. And monsters don't have a listed treasure subdivision in their stat block. When placing monsters, GMs will need to decide monster by monster if they should have treasure or not, and how much.
Class abilities are unchanged, but total Maneuvers/Tricks/Spells has been reduced to 15/16 at 10th level. Revised Flying Swordsmen will follow suit.
AD&D Players Handbook part 41: 4th-Level Magic-User Spells
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