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Librum Equitis

Volume 2

Written By: M Jason Parent
Page Count: 53 pages
Cover by: M Jason Parent
Illustrated by: Tony Monorchio

The FULL contents of this product is now included in Librum Equitis Compiled, where it has been compiled with 30 other prestige classes into one product. Do NOT buy this product in conjuction with Librum Equitis Compiled.

The Respected Class are back again, with another collection of prestige classes for your fantasy D20 campaign, all lovingly handcrafted from the best D20 components and playtested to a fine edge. From Yuan-Ti converts and spies, Bardic College spies, and the Blessed Paladin who embodies the warrior aspect of his deity, be it good or evil, to the Mad Tailor who crafts strange constructs from living things and the Tribal Berserker who becomes a lycanthrope while raging. Prestige classes for every occasion, every class, and every villain.

20 Prestige Classes:

  • Bokor
  • Bone Archer
  • Brotherhood of the Golden Blossom
  • Children of the Snake
  • Circle of the Lute
  • Earthbound
  • Elite Cavalry
  • Forge Singer
  • Mad Tailor
  • Mind Thief
  • Order of Cordun
  • Riders of the Duras
  • Sacred Paladin
  • Siege Mage
  • The Society of Heavenly Movements
  • Timer
  • Tribal Berserker
  • Troll Hunter
  • Venomous
  • Weapon Cult Paragon

8 Clerical Domains, a bunch of new spells and some psionic items usable in any (even non-psionic) campaign round out the book. Slipped in here and there are a new poison, new monsters and some new feats too.

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Timothy B. [Featured Reviewer]
June 29th, 2011
Twenty new prestige classes and some new spells. The book is good if you are looking for some more prestige classes, but I found I never used any of them myself. I did like the new spells. [...]
October 17th, 2003
This might be even better than the first one. Honestly. Would I lie to you? blink blink [...]
June 21st, 2002
So you bought Librum Equitis Voume One and you?re sick little mind isnt? satisfied? Well step right up, Mr. Parent has brought forth a horde, well, not quite a horde, but twenty, new PrCs. Like the previous volume, this one also makes use of existing [...]
June 9th, 2002
Jason Parent has done it again with yet another excellent book of prestige classes. Unlike volume 1, however, volume 2 has more than just prestige classes. It contains spells, domains, monsters, feats, and other crunchy bits to gnaw on! I am hoping [...]
June 3rd, 2002
Amazingly good work. I was initially surprised that there are less classes in this volume of Librum Equitis than in the first volume. But then the size of the work struck me. This volume is about twice as big as the previous work, with more deta [...]
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