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    Prestige classes developed specifically for BR?

    Hi guys,
    I'm a BR fan from back in the day (I used to love participating on the official BR e-mailing list and see a lot of familiar user names here) and I've recently decided to get back into the campaign using the 3.5 conversion. There is mention in the excellent BRCS of a d20 Atlas of Cerilia that was going to contain prestige classes designed specifically for the setting. Were these PrCs ever published anyplace? I apologize if I missed them in the Downloads section.

    Thanks very much for any help

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    Welcome back EyelessOne,

    Yes, work on the Atlas was started but as with most voluntary projects, people move on and have new priorities. As a result, the Atlas was never finished. Instead, we started up the BR wiki ( Some of the work on the Atlas was transferred there but much more has been added (and is still being added).

    As to prestige classes, see and

    Have fun,


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    Thanks very much Sorontar. Some interesting stuff out there, and I even stumbled upon a quote from me in the "Witch" entry. It was not at all what I was looking for, but I particularly enjoyed the "Non-PHB Classes in Birthright" entry. I'm going to give that one some thought.

    For anyone who notices this thread is interested in a good link for PrCs designed for Birthright, I would recommend taking a look at the related files in this thread:

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