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[Secondary Class] Ur-Priest
A character who chooses ur-priest as her secondary class gains the following secondary class features.
--Forsake Divinity: At 1st level, she forsakes all divinity. She may not have a living deity as her patron. If her first level is in a divine spellcasting class, the power she draws is not from faith but stolen from the gods, following the same methods as a ur-priest, even if she is a spontaneous spellcaster. She may not prepare or cast divine spells from any other class.
--Divine Spell Resistance: At 3rd level, she gains a spell resistance equal to her character level + her Wisdom modifier, but only against divine spells and the spell-like abilities of outsiders.
--Channel Siphoned Energy: At 9th level, she gains the ability to channel siphoned energy as an ur-priest of her character level -6 a number of times per day equal to her Charisma modifier + 1.
--Improved Channel: At 11th level, her ability to channel siphoned energy improves to that of an ur-priest of her character level -4.
--Siphon Spell Power: At 15th level, she gains the ability to siphon spell power as an ur-priest.
--Greater Channel: At 19th level, her channel siphoned energy ability improves to that of an ur-priest of her character level -2.
--Special: Given the ur-priest is an alternative class of the cleric, a character who selects ur-priest as their secondary class may not take levels in cleric. The reverse holds true, meaning someone who has cleric as their secondary class may not take levels in ur-priest. A character may convert the cleric secondary class to the ur-priest secondary class by the same means as one can convert their cleric levels into ur-priest levels.
Based on my update of the Ur-Priest to pathfinder. Secondary classes are classes one can take under Variant Multiclassing as described in Pathfinder Unchained.
Note: A character who takes this and is a divine spellcaster, qualifies for promethean gambit.