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Mercykiller

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The Mercykiller prestige class by Christopher Campbell

Wylder

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The Wylder prestige class by Christopher Campbell

Signer

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The Signer prestige class by Christopher Campbell

Planescape through a Vernian lens: SteamPlanes

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Planescape is a setting that lends itself to re-visioning, and modification for any time, place or mood. In that vein we present a primer on Planescape in the Vernian style (as in Jules) - a Victorian steam-punk vision of the planes as presented by Kobold Avenger.

The Sanctifiers

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"Your first three questions are probably 'where am I?', 'who am I?' and 'who are you?' - let's get you dried off and answer them shall we?"

The Joybloods

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"I have been asked many times now why I founded this group - or sect, as people seem to like calling it, for whatever reason. Everytime someoneasks me, I shake my head and wonder what's so hard about understandingit. The one and only reason is, of course, happiness. It's what life isabout, what EXISTENCE is about.

The Ishtaritu (sacred prostitutes)

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Overview:Part guild and part secret society the Ishtaritu have existed for eons on Sigil, Elysium and many other places across the planes.

Now the Ishtaritu is the actual name of the priesthood or sacred prostitutes of the goddess Ishtar. They aren't exclusively a religious sect to Ishtar, as many of their members are non-religious or revere other goddesses such as Freya, Aphrodite and the like. They are mostly matriarchal, but they aren't exclusively female; it's just that most of their members are female. They are also a support and advocacy group for prostitutes.

More Faction Feats: Harmonium

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Chapter IV of the Planescape Campaign Setting presents 9 faction feats for each faction. The number nine being 3 times 3, it's in accord with the Rule of Threes, but there's still room for improvement. What's better than 3 x 3, you ask? Well, for starters, 3 x 3 x 3, or three to the third degree.

Chapter IV of the Planescape Campaign Setting presents 9 faction feats for each faction. The number nine being 3 times 3, it's in accord with the Rule of Threes, but there's still room for improvement. What's better than 3 x 3, you ask?

More Faction Feats: Fated

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Chapter IV of the Planescape Campaign Setting presents 9 faction feats for each faction. The number nine being 3 times 3, it’s in accord with the Rule of Threes, but there’s still room for improvement. What’s better than 3 x 3, you ask? Well, for starters, 3 x 3 x 3, or three to the third degree.

Chapter IV of the Planescape Campaign Setting presents 9 faction feats for each faction. The number nine being 3 times 3, it’s in accord with the Rule of Threes, but there’s still room for improvement. What’s better than 3 x 3, you ask?

More Faction Feats: Dustmen

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Chapter IV of the Planescape Campaign Setting presents 9 faction feats for each faction. The number nine being 3 times 3, it’s in accord with the Rule of Threes, but there’s still room for improvement. What’s better than 3 x 3, you ask? Well, for starters, 3 x 3 x 3, or three to the third degree.

Here are nine new feats for the Dustmen. This is the third set out of sixteen planned (one per faction) – the Doomguard and Cipher feats were posted earlier.

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