Post by Lord_Raven88 on Jan 30, 2005 16:26:23 GMT -5
I've read the rule regarding when you can or can't take a PRC, but I can't find the rules on multi classing?
A friend of mine said that there is a requirement to a minimum of 5 levels in a class before you change to your next class. He also said that this applies to the next class as well.
Ie if you wanted to go a Paladin/Cleric/Champion of Torm That you would need to take 5 levels of Paladin (if this was your starting class) then 5 levels of Cleric, then you can finally take levels in CoT.
Is this the case? If so it seems to contratict the PRC rule of not being able to takea Prc until 10 level, with the above example you would need to 11th.
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Post by DM Justicar - Creator of FRC on Jan 31, 2005 14:36:59 GMT -5
The actual rule is that multi-classing must be taken with a legitimate ends to role-play.
And PrC's start at level 10, no sooner.
But, word of caution... if we start seeing too many "builds" and too few "characters" we will look to revise these rules.
We have tried to be purposfully lax about making class restriction rules, but if this is abused we will be forced to consider revision of the rules.
Having said this... we don't want to see a rash of paladin(15)/bard(1)/monk(1)... or druid(15)/monk(2)... or sorceror(10)/cleric(1)/rogues(1)...
Please assure that your character makes sense from a perspective of role-play and use common sense.
DM's will ask that any inappropriate character, or any inappropriate class combos be remade.
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