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Eternal Prestige

Living Mummy

By Ben Mowbray

Are you fond of mummies? Think they're cool? Think that it sucks that there's no way for your character to become one in your d20 fantasy game?

Normally mummies are nothing more than another monster entry in your d20 Fantasy campaign.

But no more!

Enter the Living Mummy, a prestige class for clerics who crave immortality!

The living mummy is a devotee of the dark arts who seeks immortality through rituals of mummification he performs on himself whilst still living! Slowly he turns his flesh and blood into a dried emaciated corpus of the eternal damned!


  • A d20 fantasy prestige class geared towards divine spellcasters who use their powers to attain a form of immortality.

  • Introduces for the first time ever a way for a PC cleric or divine magic user to become a mummy without loosing all knowledge, feats and skills. Allows a 10-level progression that not only grants the powers and drawbacks of the mummy, but also allows class progression in attacks, saves, skills and feats.

  • Optional ritual for avoiding Intelligence loss.

  • Sample living mummy encounter.

  • Optional epic level progression from levels 11-15, allowing you to take your living mummy to new power levels as a mummy lord without your character having to wait through the centuries.

  • Uses the new formatting for creatures and prestige classes.

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File Last Updated:
June 07, 2007
This title was added to our catalog on June 07, 2007.