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    Daemon

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    By RAW, not custom, can you take prestige class on the opposite side of your gestalt from the one you qualified for it with?

    Also, if a class allows you to stack levels in it with other casting classes to determine your CL, not spells per day, does that only work on one side of the gestalt?
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    Default Re: Gestalt Prestige Class question

    You only need one thread, and

    1: Yes, I'm sure you can.

    2: Yes, I think.
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    Default Re: Gestalt Prestige Class question

    Quote Originally Posted by Cogidubnus View Post
    By RAW, not custom, can you take prestige class on the opposite side of your gestalt from the one you qualified for it with?
    By RAW there are no 'sides' to gestalt. At each level, you are effectively taking a single custom class that blends the elements of two standard classes. You only have a single BAB, a single list of skill ranks, a single set of save bonuses, a single set of feats, and so forth.
    Also, if a class allows you to stack levels in it with other casting classes to determine your CL, not spells per day, does that only work on one side of the gestalt?
    It would depend on the particular phrasing. If it's a class ability, then it'd likely stack. Do you have a specific example in mind?

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