Dispassionate Watcher of Chronepsis - Dragon Prestige Class
This Prestige class uses elements that may not be applicable to the Forgotten Realms Campaign
The draconic deity of fate, death, and judgment, Chronepsis silent, unconcerned, and dispassionate. Most dragons respect him, but few revere him or serve him as clerics because of his neutral alignment. Chromatic and metallic dragons are almost always too committed to philosophical extremes to become clerics of Chronepsis, and their passionate adherence to their alignment means they have little interest in the detached attitude of the watchers. Most dispassionate watchers are gem dragons, brown dragons, fang dragons, song dragons, dragon turtles, and wyverns.
True to their name, dispassionate watchers of Chronepsis remain aloof from the events of the world around them, taking the role of observers rather than active participants. They are excellent sources of information and advice, and dragons often appeal to them to judge disputes and complaints. They typically make their lairs in areas that other dragons use as graveyards, embodying their deity's aspect as a god of death and keeping the graves safe from robbers and defilers.
Hit Die: d8
To qualify to become a Dispassionate Watcher of Chronepsis, a character must fulfill all the following criteria:
- Alignment: Any neutral.
- Skills: Knowledge (any two) 20 ranks.
- Spells: Able to cast divine spells.
- Domain: Knowledge (or able to cast at least three Knowledge domain spells as arcane spells).
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