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    Default The Divinity (3.5 Epic PrC, by request)

    The prestige class that I really didn't ever want to make. Oh well.

    Prerequisites
    Character Level: 20th.

    Level Special
    1st Path to Divinity (Health, Speed)
    2nd Path to Divinity (Resistances)
    3rd Path to Divinity (Immortality)
    4th Path to Divinity (Special Abilities)
    5th Partial Divinity
    6th Path to Divinity (Bonuses, No Auto-Fail)
    7th Path to Divinity (Immunities)
    8th Path to Divinity (Salient Divine Ability)
    9th Path to Divinity (More Special Abilities)
    10th True Divinity

    Hit Die: d8
    Skill Ranks at Each Level: 2 + intelligence modifier
    Class Skills: The divinity's class skills (and the key ability for each skill) are Concentration (Con), Craft (Int), Intimidate (Cha), Knowledge (all skills, taken individually) (Int) and Profession (Wis).

    Path to Divinity
    As you gain levels in the divinity class, you slowly take on the benefits of the next divine rank. At first level, you take on the maximised hit points and faster speed of a deity. At second, you take on their spell and fire resistance, at third their immortality and at fourth their ability to make attacks of their alignment, the +2 bonus to synergy for every 20 ranks you have in a relevant skill, and the ability to grant spells and use domain spells as spell-like abilities.

    At sixth level the divinity takes on a rank one deity's divine bonuses and natural armour bonus, at seventh level their immunities, at eighth a single salient divine ability, and at ninth their divine aura, portfolio sense and remote sensing.

    Partial Divinity
    At fifth level, you actually take on divine rank zero.

    True Divinity
    At tenth level, you actually take on divine rank one, plus one per level after tenth.
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    Default Re: The Divinity (3.5 Epic PrC, by request)

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    Path to Divinity requires elaboration.
    Lvl 1. How much speed increase?
    Lvl 3. What does it mean to become immortal? (other than not dying of old age)
    Lvl 4. The +2 bonus to synergy for every 20 ranks is quite meaningless at those levels.
    Lvl 7. What are the immunities that one gains?
    Lvl 8. What is a salient divine ability?
    Lvl 9. What does divine aura do? What's remote sensing? What's on the list of SLAs?

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    Default Re: The Divinity (3.5 Epic PrC, by request)

    Quote Originally Posted by nonsi View Post
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    Path to Divinity requires elaboration.
    Lvl 1. How much speed increase?
    Lvl 3. What does it mean to become immortal? (other than not dying of old age)
    Lvl 4. The +2 bonus to synergy for every 20 ranks is quite meaningless at those levels.
    Lvl 7. What are the immunities that one gains?
    Lvl 8. What is a salient divine ability?
    Lvl 9. What does divine aura do? What's remote sensing? What's on the list of SLAs?
    To as much as a deity's speed.
    Nothing.
    I know but you get a lot of other stuff at that level.
    The ones that a deity of divine rank 1 gains.
    The same thing it always is.
    The same thing it always does, the same thing it always is, and the same SLAs that always are.

    This class relies on the rules for deities so it doesn't bother redefining them any more than a sha'ir bothers telling you what's on the wizard/sorcerer spell list or what a domain is. You know what a domain is. Anyone who's actually read the deity rules before critiquing a class centred on the deity rules knows what a salient divine ability is.

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