Right, so this is probably a n00b question where I am doing something silly, but having spent a couple of hours on this now I figured I should ask someone:
So, I have the RoS FoundryVTT stuff (got the "everything" from the Kickstarter but haven't used the Foundry stuff until now). It is all imported etc and has been turned in to actors, journal entries etc.
When I create a new actor, with the intention of making it a player character, is it correct that there are absolutely no calculations happening when I drag an "item", say "Warrior" on to the character sheet? That is perhaps just how Foundry works (or not)? Say I create a "human/ambrian", which in theory gives the character +2 STR and +1 on DEX/CON/CHA and another +1 INT (ambrian), but I have to add them manually? Just checking.
Secondly, if I give my human "Faithful of Prios", I should get proficiency in Religion. This is where it turns really annoying. It doesn't add anything automatically. Perhaps that is as it should be.
However, the RoS character sheet ALSO does not let me check the box for proficiency for ANY of the skills. Is that really as it should be? (There is also a little cog wheel on the skills row that says "Configure Skill" that does absolutely nothing). The only way around this that I've found is to switch the character sheet to the DnD sheet, check the boxes for proficiencies there and then switch back to the RoS character sheet (as that contains corruption etc). Is this truly the way it should be done? It feels "risky" to having to flip character sheets back-and-forth just to tick boxes I would have thought, and the players WILL become proficient in more things as they level up...
I am thinking I am missing something silly/stupid but hey...I am about to give up so figured I should ask.