Talk:Undead Paragon (3.5e Racial Paragon Class)
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 Ex, Su, or Sp
The class features need to be labeled as Ex, Su, or Sp. —Sledged 12:49, 27 September 2006 (MDT)
 Rating - 8/10
This class is well balanced. It suffers from two weaknesses: it is only 3 levels long (though this is in line with many Unearthed Arcana and Lib. Mort. classes) and has no entry prerequisites beyond being an intelligent undead (it should have requirements that come from base classes to properly qualify as a prestige class... right now a first level vampire commoner can become a "paragon," which seems silly; but, even so, the class would not then be broken. It would just be better if it required several more levels before entry and then extended for several more levels). --EldritchNumen 18:07, 6 December 2006 (MST)
 Rating - 3/10
On a scale of 1 to 10, where 1 is abysmal, 5 is adequate, and 10 is damned inspired and well implemented, I rate this entry: 3. The entry is too balanced. The class gets harder to turn, but strangely, easier to destroy. Taking more positive energy damage means that the class gets hit harder by the already strong positive energy spells. Not good. Class levels should provide advantages, mitigate disadvantages, or provide a new ability. If this is for a boss creature, this class doesn't add the perks that a boss creature would need. How does the class interact or provide bolstering or rebuking undead? To a great extent, this class is underdeveloped, and that's why I rated it so poorly. --Dmilewski 09:13, 8 December 2006 (MST)
 Taking over this.
I have rather liked this class, but it's not living up into its potential. So I'm taking it over. Hopefully I'll make it better (I've got some ideas....). At the very least I'll make it complete.