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Is there any way for a character to identify another character's class?

Sort of, at least for later classes At some point within 3.5e, Wizards of the Coast started including a section for each new class called “Xyz in the World,” which would have a subsection called “Xyz ...
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Is there any way for a character to identify another character's class?

The spell Know Opponent ( Spell Compendium, p. 129, Bard 3/Cleric 3) lets you learn a number of strengths and/or weaknesses of a chosen target. Although the spell does not reveal class or level of an ...
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Preparing a murder mystery for player consumption

The authorities, really? Do you know what pre-Renaissance (or basically anything before the mid-Victorian era) law enforcement was like? If the Sheriff can't find eyewitnesses, no one shows up ...
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Preparing a murder mystery for player consumption

A good way to make sure the PCs have skin in the game is to have them suspected or accused by the authorities. It shouldn't be hard as the crime happened in their mansion. Even better, what if one of ...
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