Dungeons and Dragons Epic Druid 3.5 PBP RPG

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Epic Druid

Hit Die: d8

Skill Points at Each Additional Level: 4 + Int modifier

Spells: The druid's caster level is equal to his or her class level. The druid's number of spells per day does not increase after 20th level.

Animal Companion: The Druid's animal companion continues to increase in power. Every three levels higher than 20th the animal companion gains 2 bonus hit dice, +1 strength and dexterity, and an additional trick.

Wild Shape: The epic druid can use this ability to take the form of an animal one additional time per day every four levels higher than 18th. The druid's ability to wild shape into an elemental does not improve.

Table: The Epic Druid

Druid Level

Special

21st

-

22nd

Wild shape 7/day

23rd

-

24th

Bonus feat

25th

-

26th

Wild shape 8/day

27th

-

28th

Bonus feat

29th

-

30th

Wild shape 9/day


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