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Prestige Path: Inquisitor of the Silver Flame

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This was created by combining the 3.5e Church Inquisitor and the 4e Exorcist of the Silver Flame.

“Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth.”
– Buddha

No force stands in greater opposition to the world's evils than the Church of the Silver Flame. Its holy warriors are embroiled in an eternal war against demons, devils, lycanthropes, and undead. Foremost among the Silver Flame's divine servants are the inquisitors of the Silver Flame. These individuals travel the world, devoting their lives to deeds that exemplify the faith's precepts.

As an inquisitor of the Silver Flame, you enjoy a powerful connection to the Silver Flame and have become a living vessel for the power that underpins the Church. The Voice of the Flame specifically selected you for this service, and it falls to you to uncover corruption and purge it from this world. You have hardened yourself against the grisly deeds you must preform to eliminate evil. You unleash the power of your faith upon your enemies, scorching them with flames that purify the iniquitous and bolster the righteous.

Whenever you use your prayers, a small silver flame appears above your head to identify the holiness of your cause and the stature of your position within the Church.


Prestige Paths are a way to add another layer of flavor onto a character without using class levels. They are somewhere between a class and a background. Class levels are finite in 5e, so this allows for a light version of a class without breaking normal progression.

Check out my Prestige Path Primer for more information and a sample Prestige Path.


UPDATE: I forgot to include the calculation to determin the Save DC for the Prayers. This is included in version 1.1

 
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