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I would like to know if there's a prestige class named "Chosen Of Mystra". I've read a lot about it in stories, but can't find anything in the rulebooks.

Is it a fictional PC only or is it described somewhere? If so: where?

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Are you sure this is not the Chosen of Mystra template (Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting) or the Initiate of Mystra feat (Player's Guide to Faerûn)? –  Ernir Jul 14 at 15:40
    
No, I'm not. Colin D already answered. –  IssamTP Jul 14 at 16:26
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It is from the Forgotten Realms campaign setting.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mystra_%28Forgotten_Realms%29
http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Chosen_of_Mystra

It is not a prestige class. It is a template. It is published in the campaign setting book.

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Widely known among the character-optimization community as the Cheater of Mystra template. Don't allow this in your games, please. –  KRyan Jul 14 at 16:45
    
Really, don't. 'Personal Antimagic Forcefield' is not a misnomer here. It's the closest DnD comes to Godmode. –  Jack Lesnie Jul 14 at 17:22
    
I've always heard "Cheater of Mystra" used to refer to a certain Dweomerkeeper build, or more generally to any twinked-out Dweomerkeeper. (community.wizards.com/forum/…) –  Thom Smith Jul 14 at 18:41
    
@ThomSmith Derp, mixed up Initiate of and Chosen of. –  KRyan Jul 15 at 3:55
    
Please, tell me :D, how should I build one of this Cheater of Mystra? –  IssamTP Jul 15 at 6:34
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