A Pathfinder Roleplaying Game update of the mystic base class from Dragonlance Campaign Setting. The great thing about the mystic and the other new base classes from the various Dragonlance sourcebooks is that they work just fine in non-Dragonlance campaigns. The mystic is an excellent alternative to the favoured soul (Complete Divine) or oracle (Advanced Player’s Guide) for those who wish to play a spontaneous divine caster without worshipping a deity.
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A Pathfinder Roleplaying Game update of the nightstalker base class from Races of Ansalon. The great thing about the nightstalker and the other new base classes from the various Dragonlance sourcebooks is that they work just fine in non-Dragonlance campaigns. Despite being originally presented as a prestige class for kender, and the updated base class being included in the kender section of Races of Ansalon, the nightstalker works for any race. It’s somewhat like a beguiler (Player’s Handbook II) that focuses on divination and necromancy instead of enchantment and illusion. Nightstalker spellcasting is weaker than the beguiler, but the class features are more powerful, especially channel negative energy which gives the nightstalker access to divine feats (if your campaign includes them). The spellcasting progression as originally presented was the same as the bard, so I’ve updated the Pathfinder version to have the same progression as the Pathfinder bard. The nightstalker spell list includes one spell, spirit walk, from the Dragonlance Campaign Setting; this spell will have to be either removed or replaced if that book is not allowed in the campaign.
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