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Forgotten Realms Archetypes Compendium 1
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Forgotten Realms Archetypes Compendium 1


Following after the examples that appeared in the Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide, here you will find 16 class variants inspired by the iconic Prestige Classes that appear in the 3.5e “Player’s Guide to Faerûn”, such as the Incantatrix, the Harper Agent, the Runecaster, the Everskan Tomb Guard and many others.

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Niccia R May 29, 2016 4:28 pm UTC
Very nice product! You get sixteen archetypes for many different classes, for less than 50c each. They seem well balanced and thought out, so nothing to complain really... I especially enjoyed the clerical domains and wizard traditions. Good job, keep it up!
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Michael F January 30, 2016 1:38 am UTC
Are they prestige classes for 5e as presented in unearthed arcana, or are they 3.5 prestige classes turned into Archetypes?
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Andrea B January 30, 2016 9:35 pm UTC
These are 3.5 prestige classes turned into archetypes!
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January 29, 2016 9:41 pm UTC
Would it be possible to post names of the prestige classes included in this? Thanks.
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Andrea B January 30, 2016 9:43 pm UTC
Sure! Here are the original 3.5 PrC, and their conversion as archetypes. Note that given the difference in nature between PrC (open to many core classes) and archetypes (restricted to a specific class) some choices had to be made. For example, of all the Divine Champions, I decided to create the Champion of Mielikki.

Arcane Devotee -> College of the Joybringers (bard)
Divine Champion -> Champion of Mielikki (ranger)
Divine Disciple -> Oath of Adoration (paladin)
Divine Seeker -> Divine Seeker (rogue)
Evereskan Tomb Guard -> Patron: the Evereskan Ancestors (warlock)
Eye of Horus-Re, Morninglord of Lathander -> Sun domain (cleric)
Hammer of Moradin -> Hammer of Moradin (Fighter - CHECK OUT THE FREE SAMPLE!)
Harper Agent -> College of the Harpers (bard)
Hathran -> Circle of the Witches of Rashemen (druid)
Incantatrix -> Arcane Prodigy origin (sorcerer)
Justiciar of Tyr -> Oath of Justice (paladin)
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