View Full Version : Mulitple Prestige Enhancements?

12-12-2007, 06:55 AM
OK, we all know that you are restricted to on Prestige Enhancement per class. My question is, if a multi-class character qualified for Prestige Enhancements from each of his, let's say 2 classes for this discussion, would he be able to take one from each class?

I was thinking of making an Elven Bard that had Arcane Archer and Spellslinger. I don't want to waste my time leveling to find out its not possible.

12-12-2007, 07:12 AM
Are there any enhancements that are restricted like that other than ones that do the exact same thing?(stat bonuses etc.)

12-12-2007, 08:21 AM
I believe you can take both arcane archer and spellsinger. As far as I know, they are only exclusive for each sub-set. So all the pally/cleric ones are exclusive to that subset, arcane archer and the other rangerly one are another set, the 3 bard ones (warchanter, spellsinger, and one nobody takes) are another set, and the 3 rogue prestige enhancements (way of the *) are the last subset.

Some of them have pretty hefty requirements so good luck multiclassing and getting them.

12-12-2007, 08:41 AM
I was thinking of going pure Bard as an Elf and using the Elven Arcane Archer line of enhancements along with Spellslinger from the Bard line of enhancements. I'd need to blow a few feats on Weapon Focus: Ranged and Point Blank Shot to qualify for Arcane Archer and I can pick up the Elven Arcane Archer line at level 9 (Ranger Arcane Archer starts at level 6).

As for Spellslinger, its mostly enhancements plus a meta-magic feat (Empower, Heighten or Maximize). I think I'd take Maximize.

I'd also have to pick up Weapon Finesse if I ever want to hit anything during Melee. So, thats 4 feats. That leaves 2 more. I suppose I'd take Improved Critical: Ranged and Skill Focus: UMD (can never have enough UMD, right?).

12-12-2007, 11:47 AM
The general consensus is yes, you should be able to. Though, it would be nice if a multiclass combo with Cleric/Paladin & Bard & Rogue stepped up and confirmed it.