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This class is fairly powerful; it’s definitely an attempt to make a theurge actually keep up with the power of the (very powerful) expected entry classes. In particular, Perfect Inscription is quite dubious; it could potentially step on the toes of much-weaker classes, though I believe the increase in spell level will prevent that most of the time. ...


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Unfortunately Not The extraordinary ability rage granted by the prestige class eye of Gruumsh says An eye of Gruumsh can fly into a rage just as a barbarian can, with all the same benefits and drawbacks (see page 25 of the Player’s Handbook). An eye of Gruumsh’s class levels stack with his barbarian levels (if any) for determining the number of times ...


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GENERIC HOMEBREW Arcanavist Requirements: Skills: Knowledge (arcana) 6 ranks, Knowledge (religion) 6 ranks Spells: Able to cast 2nd-level divine spells and 2nd-level arcane spells. Hit die: d4 Skill points: 2 + Int Class Features Weapon and Armor Proficiency: Arcanavists gain no proficiency with any weapon or armor. Spells per Day: When a new ...


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A Planar Shepherd-specific List Is Probably Unavailable... ...but the Web site Oryan's RPG Locker has in its Downloads, in both Excel (which I haven't tried) and PDF formats, a document entitled "Monsters and Gods Sorted by Planes." It's extensive, covering (but not reproducing) Dungeons and Dragons 3.X and Advanced Dungeons and Dragons, 2nd Edition ...


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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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Skill Point Cost: Only current class’s class skills From Skills Summary Each skill point you spend on a cross-class skill gets your character ½ rank in that skill. Cross-class skills are skills not found on your character’s class skill list. From Player’s Handbook pg. 60. Skill points must be spent according to the class that the ...


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You purchase the skills according to the description of the class in which you are advancing. You are indeed gaining proficiency as a Rainbow Servant and not a Wizard. Therefore you should treat Knowledge (Religion) as a cross-class skill in the scope of this level-up. There is though an exception regarding the maximum skill you could reach, but it does ...


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Yes, as per the Official 3.5 FAQ, pages 30-31. The responses are in regards to Assassin alignment changes, but the answer talks about how to apply it to other prestige classes. What happens when an assassin becomes non-evil? A character who no longer meets the requirements of his prestige class not only can’t advance any further in that class, but ...


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No Unless the prestige class is from Complete Warrior or Complete Arcane, which specify that those prestige classes do. The blurbs written in Complete Warrior and Complete Arcane are written as if they were establishing a global rule, but this contradicts the rules for prestige classes in the Dungeon Master's Guide, which mentions no such rule, and in fact ...


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Yes. The rules in the DMG don't mention this, but the ones in Complete Warrior and complete Arcane both do. You can make an argument from RAW that the PrC rules in Complete Warrior and Complete Arcane only apply to those specific books, despite the FAQ answering questions based entirely on those rules. But as for intent, it seems pretty clear. If a ...


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The only thing about potion brewing that master alchemist changes is the highest level of spell you may put in one. All the other limitations on potions are still in effect. For example: Brew Potion Benefit You can create a potion of any [...] spell that you know and that targets one or more creatures. [...] Whoever drinks the potion is ...


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The Arcane Hierophant gets three features at level 1: Companion Familiar: Has no interaction with the Archivist, but it does with Wizard. Replace this with regular advancement for your familiar. Ignore Arcane Spell Failure: Keep this the same or change this to the armor the Archivist is proficient with. Wild Shape is not a feature for the Archivist, but ...


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Mostly taken from this answer, but I’ve stripped out the references to things that won’t help you. By the way, I strongly recommend that all DMs ban all of these tricks, and furthermore ban the build that you’re proposing, should you find some other way to accomplish it. Improved Sigil (Krau) Illumian: race and 1 feat (Races of Destiny) An illumian ...


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An important note about starting level: Arcane Trickster with Wizard starts at level 7. Arcane Trickster with Sorcerer starts at level 8. Also note that you only get Sorcerer abilities up to level 4. After that you will be gaining levels in Arcane Trickster, so you will only get the Bloodline abilities for level 1 & 3. You will only get the bonus ...


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Disclaimer: I only briefly glanced over the Bloodlines just now (and have likely missed some), and I'm not too familiar with the AT. I suggest looking at the Elemental and Aberrant Bloodlines. Both get a ranged touch blast at first level, which is nice, and works with Sneak Attack. While the Resistance of the Elemental Bloodline is not too great, it gets a ...



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