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Short Version You get Darkvision out to 60 feet, proficiency with all simple and martial weapons, and potentially proficiency with shields (if you have proficiency with any kind of armor). Interestingly, as written, this would include tower shields, but using a tower shield is always a bad idea. Long Version You gain the traits, but not the features, of ...


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I am afraid that the answer may differ based on the underlying mechanics of the prestige class. Spellcaster prestige classes All spellcaster prestige classes that I know have a spellcasting progression which grants +1 level of an existing spellcasting class at some (or all) levels. Only those levels where which grant an increase of spellcasting in the ...


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A bloodline level grants no increase in base attack bonus or base save bonuses, no hit points or skill points, and no class features. It counts as a normal class level (with no class skills) for the purpose of determining maximum skill ranks. Levels of bloodline never result in XP penalties for multiclass characters. Include the character’s ...


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Include the character's bloodline level when calculating any character ability based on his class levels. Prestige classes increase the basic class's caster/initiator/manifester level, but the prestige class does not provide manifesting/initiating/casting ability itself. This is why I think, it should not stack. To give a better example, I will use ...



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