As I mentioned before I pretty much decided to ban prestige classes. I don't think for the most part they add anything to do the game except complexity and "gaming the system" however after a bit of thought I have decided to allow a limited number that I think will enhance the game.
What i am allowing are prestige classes that either function as a kind of lens to take classes in a new direction (such as Master Chymist) or ones that blend a couple of incompatible classes together (such as Rage Prophet)
Sources will be mainly WOTC and Pathfinder with other candidates as appropriate.
Other prestige classes however will not be used and instead will be replaced with alternate core classes (for example for Fighter/Wizard types) or alternate class features instead. This keeps my list small and manageable while letting PRC's serve a very useful purpose
Oh yeah, and I am allowing Horizon Walker and Bear Warrior , just because
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