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[Rule] Kineticist and prestige classes
KINETICISTS AND PRESTIGE CLASSES
-Kineticists are apart from traditional spellcasters and as such do not always qualify and advance for those available to more common magic users.
-Levels in kineticist qualfy a character for prestige classes with the following entry requirements.
- A caster level requirement, if no type (excluding psychic) is specified.
- Ability to cast spells of X level, if no type (aside from psychic) is specified.
- Ability to use wild talents of X level, or a specific wild talent. None exist yet, to my knowledge, but here it is.
-Levels in kineticist do not qualify a character for prestige classes with the following requirements:
- A caster level requirement where the type is specified, unless that type is psychic.
- Ability to cast spells of X level where the type is specified, unless that type is psychic.
- Ability to cast spells where the school is specified.
- Ability to cast a specific spell, even if a wild talent exists with a similar effect.
-When advancing in a prestige class that states "+1 level of existing spellcasting class," "+1 level of existing psychic spellcasting class," or "+1 level of existing casting class," a kineticist adds those levels to his kineticist class for the purpose of determining his effective kineticist level when using wild talents, and for the purpose of gaining new wild talents.
Spoiler: Kineticists qualify for, and are advanced by, the following
Note: Just because a class is on this list, doesn't mean its class features function with it, or that it is advisable. This also isn't an all inclusive list.
Envoy of Balance
Hell Knight Enforcer
Master of Storms