I heard I may need to apply for prestige classes? I have done a bit of 'scouting' through the forum and haven't found anything on prestige classes yet, can anyone help?
I am aiming for a build around Monk/Rogue/Shadowdancer. :)
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Arcane Archers: To be able to be classed an Arcane Archer you are expected to have demonstrated leadership among the elven people, leading raids, oraganising members of the race to do activities, protect the land etc. Note, you don't have to have led an 'Elven Warband' per say
Meeting and being trained by an Arcane Archer is another alternative. When you apply, detail which method you have used to reach the point where you feel you are ready to apply for the class.
Assassin: Assassin's are required to have killed another sentient being before being able to take this PrC. When you apply, make a list of bounties you have collected. Do not apply unless you have collected on at the very least one bounty.
Blackguard: You're expected to have demonstrated yourself as a pinnacle of evil (whether overtly, or covertly). Locating and allying with an existing evil outsider (of power, not an imp or your pal's hell hound familiar) is required. Leadership among evil is also a plus.
Divine Champion: Known as Champion of Torm. You can worship any diety, even an evil one, not merely Torm. You must demonstrate your commitment to your diety and be known as a powerful warrior in that dieties service. You must be of the same alignement as your deity.
Dwarven Defender: As champions of the dwarven race, dwarven defenders are sworn to protect the dwarven way of life. Very rarely, a defender is sworn to fulfill a quest of great importance to the dwarven clans. Even rarer, is a dwarven defender sworn to uphold some other goals. When you apply, be sure to include a description of your goal and what you protect as a champion of the dwarven lifestyle.
Harper Scout: Prove yourself as a Harper (after joining), and earn prestige.
Pale Master: To become a pale master, you must research a ritual and spend three days locked in a tomb with animate undead. The contact may be peaceful or violent, but is mandatory to master the skills of a Pale Master. Send an application, if approved you will have to roleplay finding the ritual and fulfilling its obligations.
Purple Dragon Knight: Your character must distinguish themselves to a point where they would be Knighted.
Red Dragon Disciple: Apply for this PrC as early as you can. Intended build info must be included in an app for this PrC, due to it's obvious potential for powergaming class combos. ICly, pursue draconic lore, and potentially contact with dragons.
Shifter: No special requirements via roleplaying, although studying under the tutalege of a current PC or NPC shifter should be mentioned on your application. Also see this thread. IC pursuit of various means of shapeshifting and using shapeshifting actively in RP (this does not mean hang around the market as a dog peeing on people's legs)
Shadowdancers: Shadow Dancers are rumored to have connections to Shar, but wandering troupes of Shadow Dancers are as likely to be good as evil. To become a Shadowdancer you should find and be trained by a PC or NPC Shadowdancer. They do exist in game, enjoying hanging out in shadows or liking dark places is NOT enough to qualify for this PrC.
Weapon Master: Apply for this PrC as early as you can. It has no special requirements via roleplaying, although studying martial skills under the tutalege of a current PC or NPC weapon master should be mentioned on your application.
Also, not to discourage you, but the shadowdancer PrC is one of the hardest (If not the hardest) to attain.
Thanks a bunch guys! Not sure how I couldn't find it ha ha.