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Ultimate Classes
Heroes of Code

Written by: Marcin Adamczyk
Illustrated by: Matthew Cuenca

Tired of every Paladin looking the same?

Welcome to Heroes of Code, the first of five Ultimate Classes products revising and adding to the d20 fantasy core classes. Each product in this series presents 3 core classes, some new, some retooled from the base classes from the ground up.

What’s the big deal about these rebuilds? Choice.

Each class is presented with a variety of advancement paths to choose from – allowing each character to customize a class to suit his or her needs, drives and history. Now your paladin can be one of four types, and following one of six dedications which affects abilities granted at various levels and spells learned. Each class is presented with advancement charts up to level 30, including full epic advancements.

The first book in the series, Heroes of Code, details two new classes, the Knight and Scourge, and rebuilds the Paladin from the ground up.

What's been said about the Ultimate Classes:

  • "I have yet to be disappointed with any of the EN releases and I'm really excited to see this one."
  • "You guys are the reason why I can't keep my promise of not buying any more game material until Gencon."
  • "I´d recomend to buy this book. They´re (Ultimate Classes) totally awesome!"

This download comes with two versions of the document - one with bookmarks designed for reading on screen, and one with reduced graphical elements designed for easy printing

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September 30th, 2005
You can say I have been following this product from its earliest beginnings. I am a member of the WotC messageboards where these Ultimate Classes were conceived. While I didnt always agree on the development of the classes, I did think they were VERY [...]
September 9th, 2005
Just an amendment to my earlier review: when I bought this product, I was already aware that the grammar was abysmal (It's actually rare in this product to find proper use of definite articles). If bad grammar is your pet peeve, you will be annoyed by [...]
September 8th, 2005
I just bought this pdf, having seen some of these classes originally posted on the WotC boards a long time ago. This pdf introduces 2 new classes and completely rebuilds the paladin class. The first class, the Knight, is an excellent choice for anyone [...]
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