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Persistent Death ward can protect you from harm. Persistent spell allows the spell to last all day, and Death ward makes you immune to, among other things, negative energy. Find a very high level paladin or archivist and get an item enchanted with "Favor of the Martyr" (spell compendium) which explicitly protects against Wrack, and all of the status effects ...


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There's plenty of mechanical solutions (which other answerers are better equipped to provide, and I hope they do), but there are always other things the evil cleric can use against you. This quickly turns into an escalating arms race which takes the focus off the rest of the game. I'm going to suggest that you start by looking away from the mechanics and ...


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Harm After a certain level, getting soulfire1 on armor or shield is just... something almost2 everyone should do. It provides immunity to a large range of extremely nasty effects, like [Death], negative levels, and negative energy. It’s somewhat expensive (+4-equivalent, so a +1 soulfire armor or shield is a minimum of 25,150 gp), but the gold is a ...


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Protection from the spells harm and wrack with the least investment The 2nd-level Clr spell shroud of undeath [necro] (SpC 189) says, "You are treated as if you were undead for the purpose of all spells and effects that specifically affect undead creatures." The spell harm says, "If used on an undead creature, harm acts like heal," which is pretty ...


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Let's not forget one of the easiest ways to provide some small protection from an evil cleric: Protection from Evil. Evil clerics do register as 'evil', and an object charged with an evil spell registers as 'evil'. Protection from evil gives you bonuses to your AC against the touch attack AND a bonus to your save against the spell effect itself. Plus the ...



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