Dungeons and Dragons Epic Assassin 3.5 PBP RPG

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Epic Assassin

Hit Die: d6.

Skill Points at Each Additional Level: 4 + Int modifier.

Sneak Attack: The epic assassin's sneak attack damage increases by +1d6 every two levels after 9th.

Death Attack: The assassin counts only half his or her class levels beyond 10th when determining the DC to resist this attack.

Spells: The assassin's caster level is equal to his or her class level. The assassin's number of spells per day does not increase after 10th level.

Uncanny Dodge: The assassin's uncanny dodge bonus on saves against traps doesn't increase after 10th level.

Saving Throw Bonus against Poison: The assassin's bonus on saves against poison increases by +1 every two levels after 10th.

Bonus Feats: The epic assassin gains a bonus feat (selected from the list of epic assassin feats) every four levels after 10th.

Epic Assassin Bonus Feat List: Dexterous Fortitude, Dexterous Will, Improved Combat Casting, Improved Death Attack, Improved Sneak Attack, Improved Spell Capacity, Legendary Tracker, Lingering Damage, Sneak Attack of Opportunity, Spell Knowledge, Spontaneous Spell, Superior Initiative, Tenacious Magic, Uncanny Accuracy.

Table: The Epic Assassin

Level

Special

11th

Sneak attack +6d6

12th

+6 save against poison

13th

Sneak attack +7d6

14th

+7 save against poison, bonus feat

15th

Sneak attack +8d6

16th

+8 save against poison

17th

Sneak attack +9d6

18th

+9 save against poison, bonus feat

19th

Sneak attack +10d6

20th

+10 save against poison


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I met Thordun at the Town's Tavern. It was dusk and he was dressed in a suit of armor, drinking some ale. He was constantly sneaking glances at me, hoping I didn't notice. Of course, I noticed and approached him, feeling that he was the one that was watching over me since I entered the Town. Confronting him, he admitted that he was sent by my father to watch over me. He was a veteran in the army, and was a friend of my father. They served in the army together and stayed in touch after the war, when my father become the mayor of that town I came from. It was quite awkward realizing that there was someone secretly watching me, but I was thankful that there was someone that I could rely on in the Town. I would only ask for Thordun's help when I have no way out, and not ask him for help with something I can do myself. I think that Thordun wants me to grow as a leader and a fighter to one day become the Ruler of Kings. So, our priorities do not clash, which is very beneficial towards me.

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