"Males are stronger than Females, mostly. Men are the hunters, Females stay in the nest and protect the spawn, it is the way it has always been. Now tell me there is something wrong with nature!" growls the Cimmerain barbarian.
Cimmerian Women will fight by there Men, true and so would Females from other Cultures if things got bad. But is it correct to say that Males and Females are created in the same way and are physical the same.
Females who become athletically/physically active are known to stop creating eggs, so no chance of creation of new-life that will hinder there bodies, it a natural event, so there would be no lose of life if none is generated, but mammals and majority of other creatures have the Male as larger and stronger, why is this, I not planning to argue against the forces of Nature and if others want to, that there choice, I just want to accept the truth and am adding this "New Rule," to this Forum and others can use it or not as they want!
Female's Physical Structure (Females Characters Only)
Effect: This is a free effect that is added to every Female Character when generated at 1st level: There is two options (50/50 if Game Master wanting a random generation):
First Option: -2 Strength and +2 Dexterity.
Second Option: -2 Strength and + 2 Charisma.
* Pick one and added to your Female Character.
* Some might say, creating a Female Character,
"Why not just put lowest Ability into Strength."
"Why cannot Females be equal in Strength to Males, it just a game?"
"There is strong Females out there!"
I would say:
"Why not put highest Ability in to Strength and lowest one into Intelligence to create a Cimmerian Character. The effect is the same, it a hindrance and a benefit."
"The forces of Nature, I still not want to argue against them...!"
There is strong Females out there and honestly I have seen only a few that are stronger than me and they are extreme body-builders, I am strong, above average and I not work at it to much (do my weights once a day at most), so I believe this is a correct rule for game balance."