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Multiclass wizard

Discussion in 'Neverwinter Nights (Classic)' started by khaavern, Aug 6, 2006.

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    four levels in monk might be intresting together with 16 wizard levels (or sorcerer).

    Perhaps a blackguard (f you like evil PC's) if you are aming at heavy roleplaying (which i guess you are when you want a cool class combo) it would be really funny to have a black knight/mad wizard combo.

    Another cool variant would be arcane archer, perhaps not super intresting but sure more uncommon than figther.

    I got a love for elves but this combo von't work for a elf (in my opinion) it might however suit a dwarf or gnome (or human but it's to sterotype).

    [ August 17, 2006, 19:57: Message edited by: Stardust ]
     
  2. nior Gems: 24/31
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    2 quick questions.

    1. What's Epic Level? Is this online or expansion/mod?
    2. Would Prestige Class work with OC and SoU?

    Thanks.
     
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    Epic levels are special things that happen when you get past level 20, e.g. you can get feats like Epic Weapon Specialisation if you meet certain criteria.

    Prestige classes are things that come with the expansion sets that allow you to add in new multiclass options like Shadowdancer.
     
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    Thanks HB. Let me get a little deeper.

    I own the Diamond Edition. It has OC, SoU, HotU, King Maker and a couple of other mod/expansions. But I don't do any on-line gaming. Will I be able to achieve Epic levels via importing my characters and (re)playing all campaigns/mods/expansions? And would my character with Prestige Class work properly in OC or SoU?

    Thanks again.
     
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    Harbourboy Take thy form from off my door! Veteran Pillars of Eternity SP Immortalizer (for helping immortalize Sorcerer's Place in the game!)

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    You can get to epic levels by doing SoU then HotU normally, which is the intention of those two modules. You can't really get to level 20 in the OC.

    Prestige classes work in the OC or in SoU / HotU so long as you get the necessary prerequisites.
     
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